What is fitness?         

What fine-tuning is to an engine, physical fitness is to the human body. It enables us to perform to the best of our potential. It is the capacity to carry out everyday chores effortlessly, without growing weary, and with more energy to enjoy leisure activities like hobbies and additional daily responsibilities. A person that is physically fit can also manage some health-related diseases, exhaustion, and undue stress. Physical fitness involves the performance of the heart, lungs, overall longevity, lower blood pressure, a decreased risk of Type 2 diabetes, and the muscles of the body that lead to a better quality of life. Since what we do with our bodies also affects what we can do with our minds, fitness influences, to some degree, qualities such as mental alertness and emotional stability.

How to improve our fitness?      

Anyone can get active; it’s easy to start and it’s never too late. Anything that gets you moving is physical activity, and it benefits you whatever your age. Get motivated to improve your fitness.

It might be hard to get motivated, especially if it’s cold and rainy outside. But you can exercise and get active anywhere—at home, work, or outside. It is reasonable to start with some easy activities like walking, running, jogging, etc.


What are the best exercises for overall health?       

A person can improve their heart, lung, and circulation health and gain muscular strength by combining cardiovascular exercise with strength training. Exercises that target multiple muscle groups are particularly effective. These contain a variety of exercises that may be done with little to no equipment and at different levels of fitness.

According to research, exercise should include all four types: endurance, strength, balance, and flexibility. Each one offers various advantages. The ability to do one sort can also help you perform the others better, and variation lowers boredom and injury risk. No matter your age, you may discover activities that meet your fitness level and needs.


Endurance exercise for fitness

Muscular endurance is an important part of general health as much as it’s a vital component of certain athletic activities. It’s important for function, decreasing your risk of injury and your risk of certain chronic conditions (such as heart disease).

There are many types of endurance exercises that athletes of different levels can perform. Always consult with a personal trainer or physician to determine what exercise program is right for your fitness goals. Here are some types of endurance training exercises.

Distance training: Distance training is the most common type of training that athletes use to develop endurance. They need specific distance goals, such as running five miles or swimming one mile. It is possible for them to use pavement, trails, treadmills, or exercise bikes.

Tempo training: The aim of tempo training is to find a pace that you can maintain over extended distances and long periods of time without becoming exhausted. Exercise devices like treadmills can be used for this kind of exercise.

Interval training: High-intensity interval training (HIIT), commonly referred to as interval training, is a type of exercise that alternates between brief bursts of intense exercise and rest or moderate-intensity exercise. An athlete’s maximal oxygen intake and heart rate threshold are both improved through interval training.

Circuit training: This workout involves performing a series of sequential exercises with no rest in between. Circuit training gives you a full-body workout routine in a relatively short time.

Strength training: Weightlifting or bodyweight exercises are used in strength training and resistance training to increase the functionality of particular muscle groups. Presses, dumbbell lifts, and kettlebell swings can all be performed during a strength training session using either heavy or light weights. The other exercises of strength training involve push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, or exercises with resistance bands.

Fitness strength training      

The basic principle of strength training is to use weight and force through a series of repetitive exercises to cause changes in body strength, endurance, and size by overloading a group of muscles. Be aware at this point that beginners should start with lighter weights.

There are different types of strength training.

  • The aims of some of them are to improve the muscles’ explosive power, which leads to increasing your ability to perform a powerful movement in a minimal amount of time, like jumping or launching into a fast sprint.
  • Some of them help you to achieve maximum strength, size, and flexibility, like cycling.
  • Some types of them help to increase the amount of lean mass that can be useful to counteract age-related muscle loss like lifting.
  • Some of them engage our slow-twitch muscle fibers, which allows us to keep performing a movement like rowing.

What is your Fitness Score?           

Even while you may feel perfect, your body might be telling you otherwise. It’s important to keep track of a few vitals as they have a direct bearing on your strength, endurance, and flexibility. Your fitness score is an indicator of how well your body is coping with the physical demands of everyday life. It’s the body’s way of warning you of underlying health conditions. Some devices, like the FuturU 3D body scanner, can tell you about your fit score and some other health indicators.


The future of fitness      

Imagine you are at home and your nutritionist and trainer are at your side, at home, with immediate feedback and recommendations to achieve your fitness goals. It is amazing, isn’t it? But it is good to know that it is not just an idea, you can experience it in the near future.

FuturU is on a mission to develop a lightweight and portable 3D body scanner with comprehensive analysis software that provides simple and understandable reports for home users.

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