More is not always better….
Participating in 30 to 45 minute training sessions or fitness classes per day is by far a better method that you should follow if you are looking to improve your overall health and physique. In order to support this claim, we will provide the following arguments:
Training for 2 hours on a daily basis, not only will trigger an inflammatory process in the body, but will also impact the recovery process in a negative way.
On the other hand, doing 30 to 45 minutes of training daily has been proven to improve the body’s ability to recover, namely it will recover faster and better.
As a result of this, your body will be much healthier, and you will be able to perform much better in your following training sessions.
Increased metabolic rate
Doing 30 to 45 minutes of intense training sessions will challenge not only the muscular system, but the cardiovascular and respiratory system as well.
Challenging all 3 systems will trigger a process called the EPOC effect, which will burn calories even after the training session is over. Some studies even suggest that this effect can last up to 36 hours.
The EPOC effect is basically a process that restores the levels of oxygen in the body, levels that were depleted during the training session. In order for this process to occur energy is needed, and the only way this effect can get energy is by using the energy that calories are providing.
Improved insulin sensitivity
Many new studies suggest that training for shorter periods of time with intensity, will have a great effect on insulin sensitivity. Namely, it will improve the sugar uptake by muscles cells, which lead to lower blood sugar levels.
Improves cardiovascular and respiratory capacity
As stated in the metabolic rate section, training for 30 to 45 minutes with high intensity (based on individual fitness level) will improve the cardiovascular and respiratory capacity. A strong heart and strong lungs will bring other benefits tied to them. These additional benefits can be written on 2-3 pages, but in order to keep this article short and informative I will leave them for another article.
In conclusion, the sooner you add a solid fitness program into your daily life, the better it will be for your heart, lungs and overall health.
You become healthier by eating the right foods, getting enough sleep, managing stress levels, but you also need a well programmed exercise plan!
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