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|March 10, 2014 06:17 AM EDT||
OSLO, Norway, March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Sports have been termed as a necessary element in the development of physical strength, health and wellness. According to fitness experts people who engage in different sporting activities as part of the leisure are physically stronger and healthier compared to those who don't. Nutritionists say that in the current age of unhealthy fast foods, sports can play an important role in maintaining a healthy society now and in the future. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle today is very difficult. People are very busy with work and other things and exercise is slowly become extinct every day. Fitness experts view sports as a good way to have fun and exercise at the same time. Health experts advise two hours of sport every week. Although at first this may seem to be too much time to "waste", it's all about getting used to it.
According to research findings sport is very addictive and what starts as a two hour routine may end up being four or even five. In addition to the broad diversity of health benefits, sports are also a perfect stress reliever especially for people who work all day. The good thing is there is a wide range of sport activities that can suit any person in any lifestyle. Whether it's the workaholics, students or even the elderly, the truth is sports activities are here to be enjoyed and savored by all age groups from all walks of life.
For workaholics finding an ideal sport can be tough simply because not many workaholics have time. Fitness experts agree that dedicating two hours of sport for someone who works eight hours a day can be challenging. However this should not be an excuse. A lot of experts note that the best sport for a workaholic would be that which takes less time and brings out a maximum output. In that case, workouts will definitely be a very good start. For those who can't manage to make it to the gym every weekend, a morning jog for at least three hours can also work well.
For many students sparing a few hours for sport is relatively easier compared to a workaholic. Fitness experts say that in cases where students dedicate a lot of time in study, group activities twice a week can be very crucial. Such activities may include yoga, aerobics, eastern sports and others. In addition to this, experts also note that a short but intense workout is also highly recommended. Students who love specific sports can also use them as a way of achieving better physical strength, health and wellness as well as fun. However experts also add that sports should also be moderated to avoid exhaustion.
There are also sports and physical exercises that are ideal for older and elderly people. Although such exercises may not be intense and long, they are still very important in development of physical strength and a better life. Fitness experts note that a walk in the park with a friend or family is a good start for the elderly. In good weather, seniors can also walk as long as possible depending on their strength and movement. Sport is a very good way of keeping the body healthier and also having some fun. It is therefore important for all people to choose a sport they are comfortable with and enjoy every day.
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