“Aerobic exercise can prevent chronic disease, including osteoarthritis. The best physical activity to protect joints is a sustained walk,” according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine. “This type of exercise helps build and maintain muscle strength and protects against osteoarthritis.”
And that’s just one study … 19 more found similar results, demonstrating that aerobic exercise confers many benefits on the human body. So here are six leading doctors sharing why they think adding serious crossfit workouts to your regular routine is a solid plan for protecting yourself from chronic diseases during your lifetime:
1) Just do it! Most people don’t have enough time for long leisurely walks or bike rides every single day, so instead they start with 30 minutes a day, three times a week — which most people don’t reach. “If you want to be healthy at age 50 or 60, you’re going to need something that’s going to give you the balance of exercise that most people get today. And let’s face it if we’re going into our golden years we ought to be doing something different,” said Dr. Philip Ballewis , an internist specializing in sports medicine at Johns Hopkins . In 2009 he published the book Exercise Rx: Restore Your Health Through Fitness . Ballewis says if athletes find they can improve their performance by doing things like running sprints after eating and drinking fewer calories than normal while training, then they should do those intense workouts
What To Eat For Dinner After Crossfit Competition?
Today’s post is a bit of an odd one. As you may have noticed from my posts the last few weeks, I haven’t been sharing recipes for things that will help you out in your fitness journey. In fact, for this week’s recipe, I haven’t actually even posted a recipe at all! Instead, this post is going to talk about what to eat after a long gym session or competition day. Well… exercise anyway. I think a lot of people overlook their nutrition needs when they only consider the activity level required when performing Crossfit WODs and other events that require significant time commitments over specific periods without breaks to fuel up with calories or any nutrients necessary for recovery from strenuous exercise. The issue with not refueling properly after these workouts is that your body goes into starvation mode which can lead to vital organs shutting down thus slowing down our metabolism and gaining weight. In addition to avoiding getting too hungry before work outs and competitions, it would be beneficial if we could also ensure we were eating enough food so we don’t ever feel STARVED while exercising–or even feel like we need a meal afterwards! Allowing ourselves adequate time between working out sessions and meal times throughout the day (and especially during weekend classes/workouts) will give our bodies the chance to recoup—helping us avoid feeling weak while trying other activities such as jumping rope or running up hills (yes, running uphill
(Por Alejandro Varela | El País) En el último tiempo se ha repartido en la prensa nacional alrededor de 300 millones de pesos. Es la media del montón que han ingresado los hondureños hace dos meses, en septiembre y noviembre del año pasado, por vía remittances. Hasta ahora el gobierno sandinista había confirmado recibir como mínimo US$ 500 millones al mes, pero con ciertas reservas. De acuerdo con informe del Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática (INEI), para lo cual hay que sumar las “entradas” realizadas por parte de empresarios y banqueros estadounidenses o cuando superaban 2% porcentuales, frente a los salario-dólares somme–rañados contravalores decorrendolo sus manzanas frutales. En total según estimaciones privadas llegarían a US$ 1,6 billones anuales sufriendo siempre las tahoncas bancarias y tenedores de bonos –púb