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A Quick Guide to Aerobic Exercising

If you are not doing some aerobic training as part of your fitness routine, then you are not benefiting from exercise as much as you could. Aerobic literally means 'with oxygen', and aerobic exercise is any activity that can be maintained continuously, and is rhythmic in nature. It is a type of exercise that causes the heart and lungs to work harder than at rest.


Benefits of Aerobic Exercising

We all hear the term "aerobic" almost every day. But not everyone is familiar with its true meaning.


Keeping Yourself Fit After 40

Have you ever noticed how people who do no exercise at all still have a look of fullness in their arms, legs and chests for example, when they are less than 30 years old? Have you also noticed that this look of fullness starts to slowly become a look of droopiness and sagginess when they are over 30? Our body is at its peak at between 25 and 30 years of age. After this point, our body starts to slowly go into a decline and we tend to put on weight a little faster than before.


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