Chronic diseases like high blood pressure (HTN), type II diabetes (DM), obesity and heart disease (CAD) are becoming increasingly common in modern society. These diseases share many common underlying factors, many of which are from different stresses on your body. Avoiding (and even reversing) these chronic diseases is actually not that complicated. It involves identifying and reducing the stressors on your system efficiently and effectively.
Far too many people, including fitness “experts” and healthcare workers are under the impression that popular exercises that emphasize slow, repetitive routines, like jogging and elliptical machines are the best way to achieve weight loss and cardiovascular health.
Have you been doing the same exercise routine for years without seeing any promising results? Have you been told that a typical workout should consist of three sets of 12 reps with the weights and at least 30 minutes of cardio? When it comes to exercising for health benefits, there happen to be an endless array of fitness myths in circulation. It’s time you knew the truth about exercise myths and facts.