One Positive Aspect of Exercise Nobody Talks About

Everybody knows the importance of exercise in a healthy life style. There are many positive aspects of exercise. It has been proven to be an important factor in how long a person will live. Some of the positive effects of exercise is that it is good for your heart, lungs, weight control, bones, better to handle stress, better mood to counteract depression, and increased self-esteem just to name a few. The one thing that most health professionals and the general public overlook when citing the benefits of exercise is the breakdown mechanism. What is the breakdown mechanism? When you exercise whether it be a cardio workout or a weight lifting workout your body begins to breakdown muscle, cells, and other tissues in the body. This happens more in weight lifting than in cardio workouts. When you work out you are causing minor trauma to muscle tissue. Once that occurs, the body with its innate intelligence starts rebuilding and repairing the damaged muscle. If you can picture your body like a building and every time you exercise there is slight damage to the building caused by a slight earthquake. Then after the tremor is over that caused damage to the building, a group of construction workers come in and repair the building. This is exactly what happens when you exercise. The slightly damaged muscle cells then mobilizes the body to fix the damage. This type of reconstruction work requires energy and under the right circumstances comes from stored fat. There is a lot more to this process, but I don’t want to get into the complex biochemistry that goes on in your body for this repair process to happen. Why is this breakdown mechanism important? It’s important because when you get sick you’re body starts to slowly breakdown and weaken. People that exercise on a regular basis have a much quicker chance of recovering from an illness because their body is used to the constantly breaking down of the body and then rebuilding it. This is why highly trained athletes come back from injury in much less time than the average person. In other words when you are exercising not only are you getting all the above mentioned benefits, but you are also decreasing the healing time it takes to recover from sickness or injury.The termrecreationwas used in English first in the late 14th century, first in the sense of "refreshment or curing of a sick person