Regular physical activity boosts your immune system, prevents chronic conditions, and even helps to fight anxiety and fear.
Physical fitness provides strong bones, muscles, strong ligaments and tendons, oh yeah... and it leads to better health and well-being. It helps to prevent a number of different health problems, reduces the risk of several diseases like blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, etc. and improves quality of life.
Athletes: Why is so important for them to have a good level of fitness?
Endurance training is essential, in that it can help protect an athlete by improving their ability to keep their form and biomechanics throughout the activity. When an athlete gets tired/fatigued, their biomechanics are susceptible to possible injury.
Some benefits to fitness & wellness.
Besides feeling better mentally, exercising on a regular basis can help protect you from chronic diseases such CHD, stroke, obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure; and it can increase and maintain bone density, improve the quality of your life, and may keep you from get sick. It can lower your LDL (bad) cholesterol and increase your HDL (good) cholesterol. Decrease your risk of type II diabetes and lower the risk of osteoporosis.
Why do athletic individuals need skill related fitness?
Simply because athletes need to be fast and they need to be able to quickly change directions, have good balance, and all the other skills to be able to compete and be the best they can. Everyone could benefit in adding skill related fitness into their routine or regimen— you may want to enjoy recreational activities.
The importance in maintaining a fitness lifestyle?
Your chance of injury is dramatically decreased when you exercise regularly. Since you are exercising regularly this will not only maintain a healthy fitness level, but your bone density and muscle density and strength will increase. The longer you exercise the greater the benefits, making you less susceptible to injuries. In addition, with a healthy fitness lifestyle you will age better.
Now, I could keep going, but I think you get the point. Why would anybody NOT want to exercise? Making excuses is just ridiculous, for example,
I don't have enough time.
I don't know where to begin?
Oh, this one I hear often.. I'll start next week.
We never know how much time we have on this planet, so let's not waste it. Let's start MOVING and start thinking about the future and where our health is headed.