Health and Fitness

Maintaining a good level of physical fitness is something that we should all aspire to do. If you're interested in the physical well-being of yourself and others, you may consider an education in health and fitness. Degree and certification programs are available in fields such as nutrition, athletic training, physical therapy or fitness.This training can lead to careers as nutritionists, fitness trainers, personal trainers, aerobics instructors or coaches, among others.

Body Building

This sport is not only about the body. More important, this great physical activity is about health, too.Bodybuilding decreases risk of developing coronary heart disease. By engaging in physical activities such as weight training you have more chance to reduce and control high blood pressure, obesity and high cholesterol. Bodybuilding has such great and healthy impact on muscle, bones and joints.It keeps your body and muscle strong and flexible.Bodybuilding, weight training exercise and aerobic exercise can boost our mind and mental well being.

Aerobics

Aerobic exercise reduces health risks, keeps excess pounds at bay, strengthens your heart and boosts your mood.Aerobic’ exercise refers to exercise that requires the consumption of substantially more oxygen than at rest. The benefits of aerobic exercise can be broadly categorised as either ‘fitness’ (physical capacity) or ‘health’. Fitness and health are linked, and most forms of aerobic exercise will help you achieve both.Regular aerobic exercise has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, colon cancer and breast cancer. It can lower blood pressure and improve your blood cholesterol

Zumba

Zumba is a fitness program that combines Latin and international music with dance moves. Zumba routines incorporate interval training — alternating fast and slow rhythms — and resistance training.As with any exercise, if a certain movement or position hurts, try to modify the workout to avoid the aggravating activities. Also, anytime you're training with resistance, remember that proper technique is important. Don't get so caught up in your dancing that you forget proper form.

Strength Training

If you knew that a certain type of exercise could benefit your heart, improve your balance, strengthen your bones, and help you lose weight all while making you look and feel better, wouldn't you want to get started? Well, studies show that strength training can provide all those benefits and more. Strength training — also known as weight or resistance training — is physical activity designed to improve muscular fitness by exercising a specific muscle or muscle group against external resistance, including free-weights, weight machines, or your own body weight