Cardio Training in Clifton
Cardiovascular Fitness Programs in Essex & Passaic County
Consistently performing aerobic exercise is one of the pillars of a healthy lifestyle and a well-rounded fitness program.
Because of this, our trainers highly recommend incorporating some kind of aerobic/cardiovascular exercise into your weekly routine. If you want to strengthen your heart, improve your health, and enjoy the benefits of fitness, our certified fitness trainers can help.
Contact the team at (973) 832-1654 to learn more about our cardio workouts or to schedule a free session.
The Many Benefits of Cardio Workouts
Aerobic exercise revolves around oxygen intake as the source of energy for performance. Cardiovascular exercise refers to strengthening the heart, which usually means focusing on aerobic exercises. The benefits for both the short-term and the long-term are well-documented.
Some solid reasons for you to consider hiring a cardio personal trainer are listed below.
Lower Blood Sugar
The heart along with the rest of the muscles in the body burn up glucose in order to fuel physical exertion. Over-exertion should be avoided however since this can produce a reversing effect and a blood sugar rise.
Mood / Emotional Benefits
Exercise is linked to improved sense of well-being. It can help treat some forms of depression, and it acts as a natural treatment for anxiety and stress.
Workouts that increase your heart rate can improve several dimensions of sleep. It can help you sleep more deeply. It can help you sleep longer. In some cases it has therapeutic benefits for sleep disorders.
Cardio can also contribute to a weight loss program. Consistent and sufficiently rigorous cardiovascular exercises help burn fat.
Benefits for Immune System
Working out while sick is never a good idea. In some cases, workouts that are too intense or too elongated will suppress your immune system. However, a balanced and consistent exercise routine is generally associated with a stronger immune system.
Reduced Blood Pressure
Being physically active is key to controlling high blood pressure. A cardio personal trainer can help you build a workout routine focused on lowering blood pressure.