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Topic Title: Exercise Your Heart
Created On: 03/22/2010 12:40 PM
 
 01/03/2014 04:19 PM

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AllanW

<p>I'm a big fan of swimming, and my best friend loves Zumba. The most important thing is to do an exercise you enjoy. There are a lot of good aerobic exercises, but if you hate doing them, you won't do them. </p>
 01/10/2012 05:04 AM

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smithcharles

Basically most of the heart disease are caused due to high cholestrol, so try to avoid as much oily food as you can and after having heavy meals try to go for a walk and make it a habit of running in the morning and keep your distance of running on a gradual increment.[br]----------------------------[br][url=http://www.skyway.co.nz]Airport Parking[/url]
 06/29/2010 05:35 PM

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hillaryhoffman

Aerobic exercise will definitely help prevent heart disease. In addition to running, you may want to try biking, swimming, skating, or aerobics classes - one of my friends swears by Zumba, but I haven't been to a class yet. It's also a good idea to incorporate stretching and strength training into your exercise regime. First, these exercises will help you avoid joint injuries from all that running. And second, you'll build lean muscle, which means that you'll burn more calories even when not exercising. This makes it easier to keep weight under control, an important factor for avoiding heart disease. Good luck! Let us know if you hear of any other heart-healthy tips!
 03/22/2010 12:40 PM

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AmariT

[p]I have a family history of heart disease and have recently started designing an exercise regime (mostly running, so far, but I want to explore other options). Can anyone tell me the best exercises to help your heart and prevent heart disease? [/p]
     
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