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Exercise & Fitness
Some exercise beats none; more is better
- By: Howard E. LeWine, MD,
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I have read that lot of positive things happen in our body while we exercise.First, the body uses glucose which is needed for muscle contraction and movement.More blood is pumped into the muscles that work to prepare additional quantities of oxygen. The number of heart bites increases, and our body receives s a greater amount of oxygen circulating in the body thanks to the blood.Also exercise positively affects our lungs,skin and stomach.
Do we need to include muscle strength routine?
Are these tips work for those people too who are naturally (Born) fat ? 😀
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