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Exercising your legs as part of your health, are an important element of your well being.
Being flexible and willing to try new approaches will lead to better long-term results. Gently and regularly is recommended, appropriate to your current state of health, making a regular habit can have real health benefits.
You should know that new research has found that that leg exercise doesn’t just help your legs, but can also be beneficial for your heart. According to a research, people with strong legs are less likely to develop heart failure.
Engaging in leg exercises that elevate your heart rate, such as walking or cycling, can provide cardiovascular benefits. These exercises strengthen the heart, improve circulation, and contribute to better cardiovascular health. To keep your heart healthy, engage in regular exercise, eat a balanced diet, get enough sleep, manage stress, avoid tobacco, and limit alcohol.
Establishing a routine of regular exercise and healthy eating habits, even if it seems less intense at first, will yield better long-term results. Consistency allows for gradual progress, reducing the risk of burnout or injury and ensuring a lifetime of good health. Perhaps the most crucial finding is that it’s never too late to prioritise health and fitness. Regardless of our age or previous lifestyle choices, taking steps towards better health will always be beneficial.
The human body is remarkably resilient, and positive changes made at any stage can improve our well-being and longevity.
Best wishes, David