Exercise Info

Balanced Exercise Program

Life is motion and you can feel your every muscle when you are exercising the body. Of course, you have to know which exercises are useful and correct to achieve your goals. A proper and consistent health and fitness program has a positive effect on both physical and mental health.

Strength Training

Strength training improves joint function and bone density; strengthens muscles, tendons and ligaments; intensifies fat metabolism; and increases the ability to enhance physical activity performance

Cardio Training

Cardiovascular exercise provides mental clarity, elevated mood or contentment, and immune system support; improved function of the heart, lungs and circulatory system; burns an amazing number of calories; and boosts overall health, fitness and performance


Improved flexibility increases joint range of motion, which can improve physical activity performance and decrease risk of injury

Common Exercise Myths

You should give 100 percent effort during every workout
Low-intensity exercise burns more fat
Women shouldn’t lift weights because it’ll make them bulky
No pain, no gain
Stretching before exercise will prevent injury
Strength training will only build muscle, not help me lose weight
Exercise will help me lose weight quickly
It’s dangerous to exercise when you get older
You can’t build muscle without taking supplements
Working out at the gym is better than working out at home (or vice versa)
Crunches are the key to flat abs
The more you sweat, the more you burn
Running is bad for your knees
You can focus on losing fat from certain body parts
Doing lots of cardio is the best way to lose weight
Strength training means using machines and heavy weights
Yoga isn’t a “real” workout
You should work out every day
Aerobic training is more important than strength training
People who exercise need less sleep
Machines are a safer way to exercise because you’re doing it right every time

Health & Fitness Trends

Percent of adult Americans who do not meet minimum exercise guidelines
Percent of adult Americans who are overweight or obese
Percent of adults worldwide who do not meet minimum exercise guidelines
Percent of adults worldwide who are overweight or obese
Number of people worldwide who die every year from lack of physical activity

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