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active can improve your health in many ways. It can give us instant and
long-term health benefits, lowers the risk of several diseases, for example diabetes
and cardiovascular diseases. Most importantly, regular activity can improve
your quality of life. At least 30 minutes of exercise can help improve your
life. The more active you are the more likely you are to be happier. Physical
activity can help relieve stress, tension and helps with anxiety. Many studies
have found that exercise helps depression and other mental health including
anxiety and stress. There are many views as to how exercise helps people with
mental health. Exercise may block negative thoughts or distract people from
daily worries. Exercising with others provides an opportunity for increased
social contact like if you were to play on sports teams and to the gym.
Increased fitness may lift your mood and improve sleep patterns. Overall it is
very important to stay active all throughout your life if you want to live a
happy, active life. The four fitness components are: Cardiovascular endurance,
muscular endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility. Cardiovascular
endurance is being able to do things such as running, swimming for long periods
of time. Your heart and lungs work effectively. Muscular endurance is when you’re
able to use your muscles for a long period of times such as when lifting
weights or doing squats. Muscular strengths are when your muscles can lift
heavy amounts of weights. Flexibility is when your joints can move in a full
range of motions such as doing yoga. SMART stands for specific, measurable,
agreed upon, realistic, time based. This means you base your workouts on
specific workouts for each day that you know you’ll be able to reach your goals
in a certain amount time that’s realistic. FIIT goals stands for frequency,
intensity, time, and type. The Overload Principle means that to improve, you need
to keep working harder as your body adjusts to its workouts. Overloading also
plays a role in skill learning. For example, if you play soccer you would need
to keep working to your body to adjust to the sport.