IMPROVE YOUR HEART AND PHYSICAL HEALTH BY FOLLOWING THESE LIFESTYLE CHANGES

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As we grow old certain health issues start to form up with time. One of the biggest issues that most people face is heart health disorders. The major factor that leads to this condition is due to the addition of a bad diet. If you are consuming foods that are not good for your health then sooner or later you are going to get issues related to heart health.

 

This is the reason why you should focus on foods that are rich in healthy fats, protein, and other important nutrients that can improve your heart health. Foods like bone broth, collagen peptides, nuts, and vegetables are vital for your heart health and they should be a part of your daily diet.

Apart from having a better diet you should also focus on your physical activities. Try to do 1-2 hours of exercise each and every day. By following such a routine you will be able to improve your fitness and health. There are several types of healthy physical activities that you can work on. If you are over aged then swimming is something that can really help you to improve your heart health. The following are exercises that you can perform in a pool.

GET FIT IN THE POOL

Dive in and shape up with this refreshing routine. Remember: Consult your doctor before doing any new fitness routine. Here are the 5 cool pool exercises that you can do in your own backyard’s inflatable pool:

●     JUMPING-JACK SPLASH

To work your shoulders, plus inner and outer thighs, stand in waist-high water, with feet slightly more than shoulder-width apart. Hold a foam dumbbell in each hand, palms facing down. Now, bring your arms out to the side, just below the water (hands should never break the surface). In one swift motion, jumping-jack fashion, bring legs and arms back to the center, and then spring back out again. Repeat 12 to 15 times.

●     SCISSOR LEGS

To work the inner and outer thighs ( technically, the muscles known as abductors and adductors, bend the “noodle”, a.k.a. flexible floatation aid, into a U-shape, slip it behind your shoulders and lie back with arms draped over the sides. Extend your legs straight out in front. Now, without breaking the water’s surface, do slow, controlled scissors kick; swing your legs as wide apart as possible with each repetition. Repeat 12 to 15 times.

●     UNDERWATER CRUNCH

For toning your abdominal muscles. First, migrate to the shallow end of the pool. Then, place the “noodle” around the middle of your back, end beneath your underarms, and rest your hands on it for support. In this semi-sitting position, bring your legs up off the bottom of the pool, cross them at the ankles and pull your knees up to your chest, using your stomach muscles to do the work., Stop just as your knees hit the surface of the water. Repeat 12 to 15 times.

●     BICEPS BUILDER

The buoyancy of water gives the “up” stroke of this basic curl that works biceps like crazy. The secret: those funny-looking webbed gloves. Slip them on and get into chest-deep water. Start with arms down, a little behind you, palms up (this increases range of motion and muscle-building resistance). Now, pull arms forward and up slowly. (To work even harder, use the foam dumbbells in place of the gloves). Repeat 12 to 15 times.

●     TRICEPS DOWNSTROKES

Again using your webbed water gloves: Stand in chest-deep water, keeping your feet shoulder-width apart. Arms should be bent at a 90-degree angle, with elbows pulled in tight at your sides, palms facing down. Now, spread your fingers wide (this creates more “drag” or resistance to really challenge those triceps) and push down through the water until arms are fully extended. Be sure to exhale on the downward movement. Repeat 12 to 15 times.

AVOID DOING THIS:

If you are having some heart issues then you should realize there are certain things that can exaggerate your heart pain. You have to follow a proper exercise routine and avoid being lazy. There are certain foods that can trigger bad heart health, you should be avoiding such foods in order to improve your overall health and fitness. Foods that contain oil, unhealthy fats, and extra intake of sugar. Such foods are not good for your health and should be avoided at all costs. Try to focus on your diet and physical activities to improve your overall lifestyle and heart health.

FINAL WORDS:

Daily exercise will boost your confidence levels and also help in improving your physical appearance as well. As I have said before that you should also have a better diet to get better results. Hydrolyzed collagen can help in improving your bone health, lean meat can help with your muscle health.