If you have high blood pressure, exercising can help help strengthen your heart and lead to lower blood pressure. An exercise physiologist discusses cardio and strength training options and offers motivation tips.
For anyone living with Huntington’s disease, regular physical activity (especially moderate-intensity aerobic exercise) is a great option for building cardiovascular fitness, and helping you perform daily living activities.
Your VO2 max shows how well your body consumes and uses oxygen. Knowing that number can come in handy when you’re trying to improve your fitness or train for a certain sport.
Walking in place is an easy and simple way to get in exercise. You can do it anywhere, anytime, and it can help get your heart rate up.
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