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Melissa Legault Robert Panetti Cardio Fitness 1 November 30, 2012 Benefits of Exercise There are extreme benefits of exercise. Being physically active can help control weight, improve mood, boost energy, promote better sleep, is a easy way to have fun, and is a good way to stay connected with friends or family. Any body can benefit for exercise, even if a person is overweight. Exercising regularly and eating an appropriate amount of calories will cause a person to maintain a healthy weight...

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II. BENEFITS OF EXERCISE About 100 B.C., Cicero observed that “exercise and temperance can preserve something of our strength in old age.” Aristotle stressed the need for exercise to maintain “a healthy mind in a healthy body.” In the Misneh Torah, the twelfth century Jewish scholar and physician, Rabbi Moses Maimonides, strongly recommended daily exercise and warned that “anyone who sits around idle and takes no exercise will be subject to physical discomforts and failing strength.” Early in...

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Exercise Benefits

Christopher Flores March 8, 2011 Mr. Haile 1301.155 Exercise for the Body You know exercise is good for you -- but do you know how good? At its most basic, exercise is any type of physical exertion we perform in an effort to improve our health, shape our bodies, and boost performance (Waehner, Web). Adults, men and women, and teens both benefit from exercise and physical activity in many different ways. Exercise should play a key role in everyone’s daily life, not only does it boost self...

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Cardio Pulmonary Practical The main aim of the practical was to assess, what affects did light exercise have on the systolic and diastolic blood pressure, heart and respiration rate, tidal volume, minute volume and percentage of gas. The readings were taken before exercise, during exercise and after exercise. Blood pressure is defined as the amount of pressure exerted on the vessels walls, during blood flow. Blood pressure can be measured using a sphygmomanometer. The upper value indicates the...

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Effects of Exercise on Anxiety and Depression

Critically Analyse the Research Findings on the Acute and Chronic Effects of Exercise on Anxiety and Depression It has long been speculated that there is a relationship between exercise and it effects on anxiety and depression. However, it is not until recently that research has shown that exercise is associated with positive changes in mood and reductions in anxiety and depression. According to the Mental Health Victoria, depression is characterised by prolonged feelings of sadness, dejection...

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Exercise and Adolescents

both the mental and physical health aspects. Positive exercise habits formed in childhood tend to carry over into adulthood, thus helping reduce death and illness in the future. There are many other positive benefits that come through the form of exercise. Just as well, there are negative effects that can results from lack of exercise. Developing and instilling the importance of exercise through education is valuable to the youth of exercise. When determining physical activity, it is important...

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Muscle and Exercise

English 101 Mr. B 17 March 2013 Do you exercise? Obviously exercise is important and has many benefits. When the word exercise is mentioned, what comes to mind? Some people believe that exercise is more of a health and heart thing. Some believe exercise is more for appearance and the way one looks. While others believe exercise is for psychological reasons. Exercising is important for a lot of things dealing with the body. Most all benefits of exercise are helpful for the body and health. ...

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Exercise and Happiness

English 1010 2 March 2014 Exercise: The Natural High As human beings we’ve all been stressed out and have attempted to relieve our stress and anxiety in many different ways: eating, sitting in front of the TV for hours, using tobacco, alcohol and or drugs. All of these attempt to take your mind off your worries and it sometimes works. But many of these go to stress relievers like overeating on junk food or having another glass of wine can have negative consequences if done in excess. There...

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The Benefits of Exercise

Through Exercise Adding exercises into one’s daily routines can change their whole lifestyle. Many people look at exercise as being something just for people who want to lose weight or to add muscle and bulk up, but there are a great deal of benefits that can be received from exercising regularly. Gaining muscle and losing fat are the two most popular reasons that people make their way to the local gym, but they only make up a small portion of the benefits that you may receive through exercise. There...

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Exercise and Sportsmanship Goal

result. Write out your original score and status, along with your current score and status. Original score 25   Current score 27 3. Did your results improve?  Why or why not? Yes, my results improved because over the past year I have been doing exercise which has helped my flexibility. Also I got taller and have long arms....

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