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Cardiovascular to increase stamina

Could you suggest few ideas to gain stamina and make a powerful body?
(August 7, 2008)

Make yourself plans that are realistic and long-term goals when building a fit body. Stamina is built over a period of time and as your body acclimatizes to the body changes that you are attempting in terms of diet and exercise, you will be able to view the results gradually. Fitness programs that involve intensive cardiovascular activity such as aerobic is can help you to increase your energy and to improve your stamina in the long run. Maintain a careful diet to blend in your workout schedules. While working out remember to prevent dehydration and drink more fluids during the day.

By preventing dehydration and consuming fluids during the workout and after the workout can greatly help you to improve your bodily stamina. It is important that you manage your daily stress as the energy involved in stress gets depleted during a workout. In order to increase your stamina during a workout, try to listen to your favorite music as it can keep you motivated throughout the exercise session. The more motivated you are during exercise, the likely you are to stick with your fitness routine thus promoting stamina.

Try to invest at least 30 minutes a day in cardiovascular activities such as brisk walking; swimming, bicycling, as such activities boosts the circulation of blood to the heart and the lungs. The large muscles in your body such as the arms, the legs and hips tend to move repeatedly while performing cardiovascular activities. More importantly, as you breathe faster and more deeply the amount of oxygen in the lungs is enhanced thus making your heart beat faster and increasing the flow of blood to the muscles and back to the lungs. By doing so the blood vessels in the body whiting to deliver more oxygen to the muscles, while getting rid of waste products such as carbon dioxide and lactic acid, in a more efficient manner. Cardiovascular activity also helps in the release of endorphins which is a natural boost for the well-being of the entire body. As your body acclimatizes to regular cardiovascular activity, you'll notice that you become more efficient and your stamina gets built over a period of time, thus making your feel stronger and fitter. There are many benefits related to cardiovascular activities and these include the prevention of heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, heart disorders, certain types of cancer, osteoporosis, and more importantly keep off excess weight at bay. Although you may feel tired in the short term, cardiovascular activity helps you to increase your stamina and reduce daily fatigue while also improving mental health.

Submitted by M S on August 7, 2008 at 08:05


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