It’s pretty hard to maintain in shape, isn’t it? You go to the gym regularly and make great efforts just to maintain your ideal weight.
Now is the time to forget about performance and marathons, as to maintain a svelte and sporting figure you need only, easy and fun activities that help you stay healthy.
Here are some of them.
This is the activity that is performed most easily you don’t need any training and help you prevent diabetes, obesity and osteoporosis. Choose places with fresh air and comfortable shoes and when you come back at home, take a warm shower and massage your feet.
Doctors recommend at least a half hour walk, 3 times a week, if it is not possible every day.
Combination of walking and climbing, hiking consists in walking over long distances, often several miles. This activity improves posture, breath, circulation, strengthens your buttocks muscles, and those of the legs.
So, put your boots provided with anti-shock soles, a backpack, which should contain aid kit, water bottle and bread and go to see the world.
Biking is great for the heart and respiratory system. In addition, reshape your buttock muscles, feet and makes your joints more flexible. More than that, the effort will help you lose weight.
Swimming is a sport ultra-complete, perfect for overweight people or with fragile joints. It works all our muscles without trauma or shock. Swimming promotes a better oxygenation of the tissues and cause significant energy losses (due to the water temperature). Practice swimming, at least 3 times a week, for a half an hour.
This sport combines efficiently, swimming with the gymnastic benefits. What are its strong points?
It set in motion all joints without too much effort, improves the veno-lymphatic circulation and also improves your breath.
The sequence of stretches characteristic of this sport increases joint flexibility, improves the power of concentration, increases the breathing capacity and strengthens musculature in your back. One session of 15 minutes each day can do wonders.
Thai Chi is a martial art that resembles dancing, and that strengthens first, the members, thereby improving the balance, reflexes and veno-lymphatic circulation.