Category: Health & Fitness

By all means, regular exercise improves both our Health & Fitness Wellness. In general, regular exercise improves both our health & fitness.

For example, walking, lifting weights, doing chores – it’s all good. Regardless of what you do, regular exercise and physical activity is the path to health & fitness well-being.

Having said that, consider having a look at some of our revised health & fitness guides below this excerpt. But, before that, it is important to realize, there is the main difference between health and physical fitness.


What is the Meaning of Health & Fitness?


On one hand, Health is defined as a state of complete mental, physical and social well-being. And therefore, not merely the absence of illness or infirmity. On the other hand, Fitness is the ability to meet the demands of the environment.

As an example, the regular fitness exercise burns fat, builds muscle, lowers cholesterol, eases stress and anxiety, lets us sleep restfully.

For instance, low/medium impact aerobics excludes extremely strenuous movements and jumping by substituting less vigorous steps. And also, using accompanying arm movements to elevate the heart rate to target levels.

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What are the Benefits of Sports?


In general, Sport is about more than scoring goals and winning trophies. Therefore, participating in sport improves the body mentally as well as physically. In addition, it can be a great way to make friends. But, the main benefits of Sports include:

Mental Benefits Include:

Physical Benefits Include:

  • Losing weight,
  • Improved posture,
  • Improved body shape.

Social Benefits Include:

  • Meeting people
  • Making friends

Being a member of a sports club and regularly participating in sport will help develop various personality qualities. Especially, from general teamwork and teambuilding activities such as;

  • Personal Co-operation: – working with others.
  • Team Competition: – testing yourself against others.
  • Physical Challenges: – testing yourself against the environment or your best performances.
  • Aesthetic Appreciation: – recognizing the quality of movement in performance, etc.

Resourceful References;

In these guides below, we match resources to your exercise needs — at every fitness level. Therefore, follow the leads on the Research Blogs provided below.

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