Mens sana in corpore sano is a Latin phrase, usually translated as "a healthy mind in a healthy body". The phrase is widely used in sporting and educational contexts to express the theory that physical exercise is an important or essential part of mental and psychological well-being. The phrase comes from Satire X of the Roman poet Juvenal. It is the first in a list of what is desirable in life.
A healthy body sets the stage for your day-to-day well-being. An active lifestyle can improve your quality of life. In addition to looking and feeling better, getting fit can help boost your mental wellness. A healthy body benefits extend to mood elevation and greater mental alertness, as well as reduced chronic disease risk.
Getting fit requires regular exercise. Regular exercise utilizes your healthy bones, muscles, heart and lungs, preparing them to meet daily demands.
This doesn't have to mean doing hours upon hours of exercise and living in the gym. Exercising in nature is free and can be a part of your regular routine!!!
In 2018, exercising can be one of the New Year’s resolutions.
This cache is close to the public gym in nature. We suggest that you should start exercising for twenty minutes and then calculate your heart beats based on the mathematical equation below:
TYPE FOR THE CALCULATION OF HEART BEATS (H.B.)
- HB ( maximum ) = [ 220 – age ( years ) ]
HB = 220 - age
- HB ( heart beats during exercise ) = [ 220 – age ( years ) ] X 0.70
HB = (220-age ). 70%
- HB ( heart beats during exercise ) = [ 220 – age ( years ) ] X 0.85
HB = (220-age). 85%
If you are 40 years old, you will have: 220-40 = 180 beats per minute. In the next step you will need to identify the target area of your heartbeats. This is determined by counting 75 to 85% of your maximum heart rate limit. So if we continue with the previous case, that is, you are 40 years old you will have:
1. Maximum heart rate limit 180 pulses / minutes.
2. Multiply 0.70 by 180 and you have 126 beats / minute.
3. Multiply 0.85 by 180 and you have 153 beats / minute.
When you are on exercise, your pulses should be between 126 and 153 beats per minute throughout the exercise. It is better to start exercising lightly so that the pulses remain at the low limit of the target area. This will make it possible for you to continue for 20 to 30 minutes without any problems. As time goes by and you become accustomed to exercise, you have the ability to increase your heart rate to the highest limit of your target area.