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Best Exercises For A Healthy Heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death all over the world. So keeping your heart strong and is one of the best things you can do for your health. 


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The best way to strengthen your heart is to exercise. A regular exercise regime, especially aerobic exercises, cuts your risk of heart disease by half.

Exercise regularly

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The American Heart Association recommends 30-60 minutes of aerobic exercise three to four times per week to promote cardiovascular fitness. 

The role of exercise

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This routine will help you keep your heart healthy for years to come. Here are some exercises you can follow for a great heart.


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Simple but super effective! Walking is a great way to strengthen your heart. Brisk walks get your heart rate up and are easier on the joints.


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Swimming is the ultimate cardio workout. It makes the heart more efficient in pumping leading to better blood flow throughout the body. 


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It helps build muscle mass and muscles help the heart. Some of the most effective weight training happens when you use your own body weight.

Weight training

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Studies have shown cycling helps reduce the risk of heart disease. Regular cycling stimulates and improves heart, lungs and circulation.


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Yoga is great for the heart. Not only does it de-stress you but also helps strengthen and tone the muscles of the heart. It also lowers blood pressure.


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Your heart rate increases when you dance which helps to pump more oxygenated blood to the muscles you are using. 


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Never forget to always spend 10 minutes doing a warm up and 5 minutes of cooling down before and after exercising respectively!

Warm up & cool down

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While exercising the golden rule is to listen to your body - do not overdo it! If you feel any pain or discomfort, stop. 

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