Work out is necessary but it does not have to be a painful experience, it can be a pleasure working out too only if you do it right.
As a rule of thumb, workout of temperate intensity will make you slightly warm or sweaty, and to some extent out of breath, but no more than that. Observe the effect the varying intensity of your work out has on you, only then you can decide the work out that is right for you.
According to the studies, no more than 37 per cent of men and 24 per cent of women take an adequate amount of work out to get any advantage from it. To steer clear of obesity, heart disease and other life-limiting conditions, the chief medical officers propose the following.
Adults should do a bare minimum of 30 minutes moderate-intensity work out, five days a week. You don’t have to do the complete 30 minutes work out in one go. Your half-hour of work out could be made up of three ten-minute bursts of work out spread through the day, if you prefer.
The work out activity can be a ‘lifestyle activity’, in other words, walking to the shops or taking the dog out, or structured work out or sport, or a combination of these; but the work out does need to be of at least moderate intensity. For people who are at explicit menace from obesity, or who need to administer their weight because of a medical condition, need 45-60 minutes of work out at least five times a week. For people who have issues of bone health, work out activities that create high physical stresses on the bones are needed.