Which Type of Exercise Do You Need

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Studies indicate that walking stimulates creativity, enhances memory, improves mood, and requires no training or equipment other than comfortable shoes.

Running for as little as five minutes per day significantly improves cardiac and overall health. 



Cycling is easy on joints because the bike carries your weight, which is beneficial if you have a sore back, knees, or hips. 

Swimming can also reduce blood pressure, calm the mind, and strengthen the shoulders, torso, and back.



Pilates and yoga reduce back pain, improve balance, develop arm and shoulder strength, calm stressed minds, and increase lower-body flexibility.


Studies indicate that they are also effective at increasing endurance, blood sugar control, and post-exercise fat burning.

Weight Training

Additionally, lifting regulates blood sugar, reduces waist fat, and increases post-workout calorie expenditure.

Lunges accomplish this by fostering functional movement and strengthening the legs and glutes.



Pushups are one of the most fundamental and effective bodyweight exercises due to the number of muscles that are recruited during their execution.

Whole-body move that provides excellent bang for your buck for cardiovascular endurance and muscle strength.


Side planks

A strong core is the foundation of a healthy body, so don't neglect core-specific exercises like the side plank.

In addition to making your back look incredible in that dress, dumbbell rows are another compound exercise that strengthens multiple upper-body muscles.

Dumbbell rows

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