Benefits of performing Cardiovascular Fitness Training

A strong heart and vascular must have been the most vital keys to prove that you are indeed fit. If you want to be fit then, you have to engage yourself with cardiovascular respiratory exercise or more popularly known as aerobic exercise, cardiovascular exercise or simply cardiovascular.


benefits of cardio for the heart
benefits of cardio for the heart

Here, are some benefits that we could get from engaging with cardiovascular exercises;

  1. Cardiovascular exercises help the heat to be stronger. If the heart is stronger, the chance of having heart related diseases and stroke become smaller. Cardiovascular lowers resting heart rates; helps the heart pump an extra blood more efficiently. The blood is responsible for delivering more nutrients and oxygen to the muscles and organs, increases the capillaries and expands the elasticity of arterial passages. A stronger heart means more food for the body since it pumps the blood that delivers the oxygen throughout the body.
  2. Cardiovascular lowers levels of harmful cholesterol or low density lipoprotein and can raise levels of healthful cholesterol or high density lipoprotein. It is responsible for reducing the risk of blood clots, helps build bone density that reduce the risk of osteoporosis and helps maintain healthy blood pressure. You could also experience weight reduction, suppression of appetite, calorie burning and a reduction of stress if you are engaging in cardiovascular exercises. It helps with joint health and arthritis and reduces the risk of many cancers and diabetes.
  3. Cardiovascular improves our sexual performance too. It strengthens the heart which means more stamina in the bedroom. It also increases blood circulation, which benefits both, men and women’s sexual organs, which improves performance and sensitivity and can even improve erectile dysfunction. It enhances mood, energy and muscle tone enriching the overall look of your body and who doesn’t want that?
  4. Cardiovascular exercises like walking, jogging, rowing, swimming and cycling. Perform a warm up exercise before engaging in strenuous exercises. It will help if you are into some kind of aerobic classes so that your pulse rate increases for at least 15 to 20 minutes, 3 to 5 days a week up to as much as 60 minutes or more for those in better shape.
  5. Cardiovascular has a connection with fat burning zones and Volume O2 Maximum. People differ in their opinion regarding these subjects. The fat burning zone is said to be a place where you burn more calories by doing lower intensity aerobics than you would at higher intensities. Here, are the facts; the body will burn 50% of its calories from fat at lower intensities while only 35% at higher intensity, but you will burn more total calories exercising at higher intensity, to keep it simple, don’t worry about it! If you are going for fat loss and calorie burning, raise your metabolism for the best result. Lifting weights actually burns more calorie even while resting. However, cardiovascular has other benefit than just burn calories. Cardiovascular also strengthens the heart and vascular system; these two are responsible for feeding the muscles that enable the muscles to work more efficiently.

Volume O2 maximum refers to fitness measurement that calculates the volume of oxygen your body consumes as you exercise at maximum levels. This is important among endurance athletes, but not that much for people who are just starting out. That being said the higher your Volume O2 Maximum the more efficiently your body supplies oxygen to your muscles and the harder you can go with to higher intensities. To increase Volume O2 Maximum workout at levels that raises heart rates to between 65 and 85% of your maximum for at least 30 minutes, 3 to 5 times a week.

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