Title: Daily Exercise.
Topic: Exercise Habit.
Thesis statement: Daily exercise causes life to improve. (Persuade) Type of essay: Cause and Effect.
Technique: Dramatic Entrance.
Cardiovascular and pulmonary function.
Helps reduce the stress.
Improve of emotional fitness.
Target: Young adults.
By 2006, a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 28.5 percent of Americans between the ages of 20 and 39 were obese due to lack of exercise. Quite simply, many people in this generation are consuming significantly more calories than they're burning. The (CDC) recommends getting at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise five days a week, but also notes that more vigorous activity more often will reap greater health benefits. There are many ways of exercising, some of them requiring more technique than others but, they all lead to life’s improvement. Some people exercise to extreme sports, some to conventional sports, others to music, others to the facilities of a gym, some walk and some run, they are all valid. Just 30 minutes of exercise from a 24-hour date will be the cause to many positive effects that a person’s body can reach. As a result, daily exercise causes lives improvement, like cardiovascular and pulmonary function, stress reduces in different ways and emotional fitness improves among others. These are some of many of the benefits daily exercise will lead to.
Cardiovascular and pulmonary function are the result of a hard and long enough work out, the heart pumps faster and the blood circulates well throughout the body. Since the heart is a muscle, exercise serves to strengthen it. As the heart becomes stronger, a person’s stamina improves, as well as the energy level. The same is true of the lungs. It does not take long to reap these benefits. A person can get such results within a few weeks just by walking briskly for 30 minutes three or four times a week.
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