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By Vinay Gupta Exercise Exercise refers to the physical activity and mental exertion, carried out to maintain physical health and mental fitness. It is impossible for one to keep good health without proper exercise. Prevention is better than cure; and the best means of guarding against disease is exercise.
One who is weak in health often falls an easy prey to diseases. Fit for outdoor work: A man, without taking exercise, may fortunately, escape disease, but he keeps indifferent health, and is hardly fit for active outdoor work.
Alert Brain and memory: They should take sufficient exercise to counteract the effects of excessive brain-work, often in small and ill-ventilated rooms.
Diabetes, which is a common disease with educated men in our country, is due to excessive brain-work coupled with neglect of exercise.
For the victims of indigestion or dyspepsia, exercise is a great tonic. If they take a regular course of exercise even for a month, they will find most of their ailments gone, and their body and mind will regain vigor and energy.
A strong and manly stature is the outcome of years of exercise. If exercise is regularly taken, every bodily organ functions properly, giving rise to a felling of joy and cheerfulness. It is a proven fact that through regular physical exercise one can attain immense physical strength.
Various types of exercises and their benefits There are different kinds of exercise suited to different constitutions. The forms of exercise that are almost always recommended nowadays are: Morning walk is the first is more common and is suited to almost all constitutions. Gymnastic exercises are best gone through under the guidance of an experienced teacher.
To weak constitutions, gymnastics may be positively injurious. Free-hand exercises can be easily practiced by all. Yoga helps us to control both mind and body.
Sports and exercise Sports such as swimming, climbing, cricket, football, hockey, basket-ball, etc. They were both useful and amusing. Walking as an exercise is not entertaining except in congenial company or through a place where the scenery is interesting. It is admitted by all that walking is the most suitable exercise for all old people.
The games of cricket, football, soccer, etc. Rowing and riding are also good forms of exercise but the latter is not open to the poorer classes. Conclusion Both mental development and physical exercise is necessary for success in life. Exercise is essential for having a sound mind in a sound body.
Our limbs grow stronger by constant physical work. We should also train ourselves in several kinds of gymnastic exercises.Only physical exercise can help him in being healthy.
It is a matter of grief that the scope for physical exercise is gradually decreasing. Students are busy in preparing for competitive examinations. These programs also include supervised clinical practicums in settings where physical therapy takes place.
Your course work will likely include study in anatomy and physiology, human development, kinesiology (the study of human motion), math (often college algebra), pathology (the study of disease), psychology, rehabilitative exercise, and therapeutic techniques and procedures.
TIP Sheet WRITING A DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY. The aim of description is to make sensory details vividly present to the reader. Although it may be only in school that you are asked to write a specifically descriptive essay, description is an important element in many kinds of writing.
There are a lot of benefits of doing exercise and people of all age groups can take advantage of exercise.
Exercise helps in improving the strength and efficiency of cardiovascular system which will improve the flow of oxygen and nutrition’s in your body. The IELTS writing task 2 sample answer below has examiner comments and is band score 9. The topic of social media is common and this IELTS essay question was reported in the IELTS test.
In “Let there be dark,” Paul Bogard talks about the importance of darkness. Darkness is essential to humans. Bogard states, “Our bodies need darkness to produce the hormone melatonin, which keeps certain cancers from developing, and our bodies need darkness for sleep, sleep.