Improvements in your cardiovascular system and strength. Engaging in aerobics can help build your tolerance for physical activity. This is because consistent exercise helps condition your cardiovascular system and muscles. The more you exercise, the more your endurance and strength increase.
Better physical mobility. Engaging in aerobics while you’re still young can help you prepare for your future. Building muscular strength and stamina can help you as you age, as this means that you will still maintain some mobility even as an elderly adult. This also makes you less prone accidents.
Examples of Cardio and Endurance Exercises
Aerobics or endurance and endurance exercises include exercises that make your heart beat faster and increase your rate of breathing. If you don’t have the time to do a full workout, something as easy as going up and down a flight of stairs for a few minutes can already count as physical activity.
Some examples of exercises include:
To brisk walk, you must be able to do 100 steps per minute. This can be an ideal exercise for those who want to slowly make their way to more intense workouts. To increase the difficulty, try walking with a weighted vest or small dumbbells.
Jogging or Running
Once your body is used to brisk walking, you can start jogging or running. If you’re just starting out, you can alternate between walking and jogging every few minutes. Try to slowly increase how long you jog every session.