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Different Exercises Schedule to Combat Hypertension, Obesity, and Asthma!

Different Health Problems generally do not allow us to do traditional exercises. Above all, one type of exercise cant be effective to each group facing different challenges. But despite all these different challenges, the general rule applies to all: Extra Effort and Persistence.

Exercise Tips to fight Obesity:

. Light cardiovascular exercises like swimming, cycling, biking, yoga, treadmill, walking

. Low resistance weight training.

. Eat less, burn more

Tip: High intensity workouts are no-no (as they put pressure on the knees.)

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Exercise Tips to fight Hypertension

. Low level aerobic training (biking, treadmill)

. Walking

. Water aerobics, swimming

. Resistance Training (Bench Press, squats and leg press).

. Circuit training.

Exercise Tips to fight Asthma

. Warm-up: Breathing exercises like pranayam, stretching.

. Aerobics: moderate to high intensity workouts.

. Swimming, kick boxing

. Step aerobics.

. Light weight resistance training to make the bones harder and muscular.

. Jogging, Sprinting, Skipping.

. Cool Down: Respiratory exercises.

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