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Posted by on Jul 16, 2022 in Exercising, Fitness, High Intensity, Injury prevention, Nutrition, Performance | 2 comments

OXIDATIVE STRESS( NO PROGRESS, SICK, INJURED, NOT MOTIVATED)

OXIDATIVE STRESS( NO PROGRESS, SICK, INJURED, NOT MOTIVATED)

Before we get into the details of this subject, let’s take a look at Oxidative stress is a state in which the body makes too many reactive oxygen species (ROS) and doesn’t have enough anti-oxidant defenses to get rid of them. Many things can lead to oxidative stress. These include being exposed to pollution in the environment, smoking, drinking alcohol, mental stress, and doing a lot of physical activity.Oxidative stress can cause many diseases, like heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, atherosclerosis, and chronic inflammation and major cause of aging. Oxidative stress is a type of oxidative damage to cells that happens when too many reactive oxygen species (ROS) are made or when the antioxidant defense system doesn’t work. Oxidative stress has been linked to many diseases and is thought to be a major cause of aging. WHAT DOES OXIDATIVE STRESS MEANS  Can be thought of as a difference between the systemic reactive oxygen species (ROS) are atoms, molecules, molecular fragments, and ions that are chemically reactive and contain...

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Posted by on Dec 12, 2021 in Exercising | 0 comments

Benefits of Aerobics

Benefits of Aerobics

If you consider the media, sports, fitness, and health sectors for more than two decades, the buzzword is cardio, a.k.a. aerobics. Before we discuss the topic of cardio, let’s explore the root of cardio, which is the heart. The muscle that enables your circulatory system and pumps blood throughout the body is your heart. All of your body’s parts receive oxygen and nutrients from it, and it transports waste materials and excess carbon dioxide outside of your body. Your cardiovascular system is made up of your heart, blood, and blood vessels (or your heart and circulatory system). The heart is made up of four chambers: the atria, ventricles, atria, and pericardium. Your heart needs electrical signals to tell the heart muscle when to contract and relax in order to continue pumping regularly. The average person’s heart beats 60 to 100 times per minute. The four chambers of your heart must regularly and sequentially pump blood throughout your body to maintain a sufficient blood supply. Heart disease can develop when...

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