Michael Simpson-El, Jr
workouts are very important for the cardiovascular system. The
cardiovascular system is comprised of the circulatory and respiratory
systems. The circulatory system has two segments the first of which
pumps oxygen-depleted blood away from the heart and to the lungs via
the Pulmonary Artery, returning oxygen-rich blood from the lungs to
the heart via the Pulmonary Vein. In this process, the lungs, our
respiratory system, expel carbon dioxide and waste gases of
oxygen-depleted blood while simultaneously replenishing the blood
with oxygen, sending oxygen-rich blood to the heart for circulation
through the body (the second segment). These systems are very
important to the body because they exemplify how oxygen and blood
flow from one system to the next. There should be no restrictions,
i.e. blockages, during this process and if that is the case there
will be problems. A few signs of some sort of blockage would be
shortening of breath, fatigue, and dehydration. The presence of an
ongoing cardiovascular workout could alleviate these restrictions and
increase your wind.
everybody’s lungs take in the same amount of oxygen and release the
same amount of carbon dioxide, the knowledge of various techniques of
controlling our breathe is key to maximizing workout results.
Remember, we breathe with our abdomen not our chest. Cardiovascular
workouts are good to get your heart rate going. The workout process
is very fundamental and can be implemented within a small time frame.
Consider the Cardiovascular workouts of Walking, Jogging and Running
Walking is a
good starting point to work the cardiovascular system. The distance
should be determined in both directions so that you obtain maximum
results. If you walk five blocks in one direction and walk five
blocks in the opposite directions that’s ten blocks total. In many
urban areas that translates to more than one mile. Walking is on a
moderate level, but the method in which it is used can be very
powerful, therefore by accomplishing this small activity it can bring
great satisfaction within a short window of time.
running are linked together but done at different speeds. Jogging is
relative to distance, like a marathon while Running is more in the
mindset of a sprint. Jogging works the cardiovascular system for a
longer length of time for endurance. Sprinting is more for a burst of
energy in small intervals with regard to stamina. Both of these
instances really speed up the heart rate and establish great
conditioning within the cardiovascular system. You see this
conditioning with soccer players, tennis players, and track/field.
When you look at these examples you can visualize the connection
between the two as well as the distinction. These two mesh very well
together and are interchangeable.
rope is on a high level because you have to use your whole body. Not
only does it provide stamina and endurance, but it works on your
foot, hand and eye coordination as well, all being components of
rope-jumping. Hand and eye coordination starts with the mind and
sharpens your reflexes, giving you untapped sources of energy. There
are so many applications which go into rope-jumping, a reason we find
it is a staple of boxing and other “combat” sports workouts. The
great Bruce Lee said “jumping rope for three to five minutes is
like running two miles.”
Hydration is very important when engaging in this type of activity
because the oxygen in your blood is also depleted through your sweat
glands so it is important to replenish with water and real
patience and dedication we can accomplish anything. Thank you family
for taking the time to read. Islam and Peace!!
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