How to arrange time? This issue splits college students apart. Some individuals' schedules are packed with various tasks related to study. They immerse themselves in books and don't do regular physical exercise. But most of the college students support the value of physical exertion.
To develop or maintain physical fitness and overall health, we must involve in regular sports practice. Chen Jingrun, a Mathematics towering figure, planted himself in complex questions without physical exercise. His premature death highlighted the significant health benefits from sports.
Historically, physical activity has been associated with health. Today, science has confirmed the link, with overwhelming evidence that people who lead active lifestyles are less likely to die early, or to experience major illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes and cancers. A vast majority of college students do not meet recommended levels of moderate physical activity. Just do it! Let's participate in more physical exercise.
Physical fitness is today's hot topic. And everywhere you turn you hear something new. But is it all true?
The more you sweat, the more fat you burn .
This myth has encouraged people to work out in extreme heat or wear layers of clothes or rubber or plastic weight-loss suits in the hope of sweating fat off. Unfortunately, it's water they're losing, not fat.
Fat burns when it is used as a fuel source for exercise, which doesn't happen initially. When you first begin to exercise, you burn carbohydrates or sugars. It takes about 20 minutes of easy to moderate aerobic activity before the transition from burning sugars to fat begins. (Aerobic exercise is any rhythmic and continuous activity that uses oxygen and large muscle masses of the body, such as the arms and legs. Examples are bicycle riding, jumping rope, walking, jogging, aerobic dance, and swimming.) So, to burn the flab, plan on working out at least 40 minutes.
If you stop working out, your muscles will turn to fat.
If you decrease your activity and continue to eat the same or more, you may gain back that spare tire that you worked so hard to lose. It's not, however, because your muscles turned to fat. M