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Benefits of Going to the Gym every day
Fitness Motivation: Doctors recommend that all adults exercise at least 30 minutes every 5 days a week. Going to the gym every day is one way to accomplish this goal. Regular exercise has many physical and mental benefits.
Going to the gym every day will help you control your weight. 500 calories a day, or 3,500 calories a week, will help you lose 1 pound per week.
If you are overweight or obese, losing a moderate amount of weight, such as 10% of your body weight, may reduce the risk of serious illness. Changing your diet can help you lose more weight. A reasonable goal is to lose up to 2 pounds per week if you are overweight.
Fitness Motivation: Cardiovascular health
Daily exercise strengthens your heart and allows it to pump blood more efficiently with less stress. Exercise also lowers your blood pressure, measuring the force on your artery walls each time your heartbeats. It lowers cholesterol and blood fat levels, allowing blood to flow through the arteries.
Going to the gym 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week can reduce your risk of heart disease or stroke (CDC said) and go for a long time can often lower your risk even more.
Going to the gym every day will help you interact with people on a regular basis and will improve your social life and how you feel about yourself. You can sleep better if you exercise every day and getting more sleep means more energy and a better mood. When you lose weight and get in shape, you will start to look better.
Regular exercise also helps treat depression. Taking time to exercise every day is to do something good for yourself, which will make you feel calm and content.
Regular exercise can reduce the risk of diabetes, metabolic syndrome and certain types of cancer, such as colon and breast cancers.
Combining aerobic exercise with strength training at the gym helps keep your muscles, ligaments, joints, and tendons in good shape, making you stronger and more flexible. This is especially important as you age or face problems like arthritis. You can reduce the risk of a fall or hip fracture, which can negatively affect your life, especially in your old years.