Benefits of Cardiovascular Exercises
Jogging and other cardiovascular exercises are often considered as major components of the therapy for those who have suffered a heart attack and for those who are at high risk for coronary artery disease. Exercise may also delay joint replacement and prevent having to get a metal hip which was found to have high failure rates. One manufacturer issued a hip replacement recall in 2010.
Cardiovascular exercise makes the heart gain more strength by building the heart’s muscles. Meaning, the heart pumps blood further with less exertion. Respiration rate is also increased which results in the enhancement of lung capacity. This means there will be an increase of oxygen intake with every breath taken, which is very good for the body’s overall well-being. The increase in the heart and respiration rate will result in increased stamina and physical endurance.
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