Bills risk factors for heart disease are high blood cholesterol. Cholesterol, a fat-like substance carried in your blood, is found in all of your body's cells. Several risk factors that are definitely associated with the development of these diseases include smoking, hypertension, and physical inactivity. Extra weight is thought to lead to increased total cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, and an increased risk of coronary artery disease.
Obesity increases your chances of developing other risk factors for heart disease, especially high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, and diabetes. Heart problems are the leading cause of death among people with diabetes, especially in the case of adult-onset or Type II diabetes. Cigarette smoking increases your risk of lung cancer, but fewer realize that it also greatly increases your risk of heart disease and peripheral vascular disease (disease in the vessels that supply blood to the arms and legs). Men have a higher risk of heart attack than women. Older age is a risk factor for heart disease. In fact, about 4 of every 5 deaths due to heart disease occur in people older than 65.
Heart disease tends to run in families, if your parents or siblings had a heart or circulatory problem before age 55, then you is at greater risk for heart disease than someone who does not have that family history. Bill should see your doctor for a medical evaluation before beginning a physical activity program. Once you have received medical clearance, it is important to get appropriate guidelines from a qualified instructor who can prescribe a safe and effective exercise program to meet Bill's specific needs. The risk of cardiac arrest is slightly elevated during exercise your heart contracts more frequently and pumps more blood with each contraction than your would are at rest. Perform cardiovascular exercises that elevate the heart rate and are comfortable for Bill to perform. Bill should receive supervision by having someone monitor his exercise program and report any problems and potential complications to his physician immediately.
For Bill to improve all five components of health-related fitness, He should have some type of Aerobic exercise providing overall health benefits including fat loss, an increase in daily energy levels, and reduced health risk. A good program to start is two to three times days per week, the goal is to exercise three to five times a week. Examples for Bill could join a bowling team, brisk walks and even bicycling is a good aerobic fitness. Aerobic exercise provides overall health benefits including fat loss, an increase in daily energy levels, and reduced health risk for Bill. Bills muscle strength can restore his range of motion (flexibility). Ways that he could retain this is by just lifting once a week, 3 sets of 5 to 7 repetitions.
Intensity also refers to difficulty and described and describes the amount of weight you are using whereas you are using duration is defined as the number of repetitions and sets Bill performs. Short sessions of large muscle exercises can increase your endurance, build calorie-burning muscle tissue, prevent back problems and tone muscles. Bill needs to gain muscle endurance and to do this is a program of high repetitions and low resistance. This means assessing you muscular endurance Bill did 4 repetitions of each exercise using the chosen percentages of body weight and that your goal is to do 15 repetitions at the given intensity, for endurance 3 sets of twelve to fifteen repetitions. Bill would need also to have flexibility, and the way to do this through static stretching, gradual lengthening, holding and releasing of specific muscle groups. Bill should stretch to the point of slight discomfort.
Stretching should include several different stretches, shoulders, legs and back. Bills weight training increases the amount of muscle or lean mass on Bills body. Calories are burned during a workout can contribute to the loss of body fat. An important part of Bills program to improve body composition is adequate nutrition to support lean body mass, while appropriately limiting caloric intake. Activities that Bill can improve body composition are cross-country skiing, bicycling, and aerobic dancing.
Identify lifestyle activities that improve physical fitness, using stairs instead of elevator, riding bike instead of riding bus, play outside instead of watching television. Bill target heart rate should be 185.6, as Bill ought to maintain this while exercises. Bill developed a classic case of shin splints. Shin splints are an overuse injury - they crop up when you rapidly increase the strain on your lower leg by suddenly ramping up your exercise level. Consider the following options; cross-training with non-weight bearing exercise, such as bike, row or swim; ice massage or anti- inflammatory meds for pain relief; correcting strength and flexibility problems; gradual return to pre-injury training levels, and a good way to prevent reoccurring of shin splints is stretching.