Cardio. Heard of it before? Cardio is short for ‘cardiovascular’ and, yes, you probably guessed this one right. It does have something to do with the heart. In fact, it is directly linked to the heart. And you should know this much by now; the heart is one of the vital organs of the human body. So without the heart you are pretty much dead. And without heart, you could very well be suffering from high levels of stress and anxiety.
Or on the verge of borderline clinical depression. These are amongst the common symptoms for all those unfortunate men and women who suffer from obesity. And by the way, you do not necessarily need to be grossly overweight to be obese in the first place. Strictly speaking, obesity refers to all those who do not adhere to a correct and healthy diet and are lacking in exercises. So if you are one of those who might be on the verge of falling into this category, do get your act together.
It is time for you to correct your poor eating habits. And it is time for you to start doing some exercises every other day. Yes, it does not need to be every day. And you need not do cardio exercises for longer than twenty, thirty minutes at a time. It is also a good exercise habit that you could easily grow into. Because it allows you oodles of flexibility. You get to spend more time outdoors, breathing in, and out, the clean fresh air.
But not having exercised a day in your life and not having a clue where to begin, you could just sign up with a local gym and then let a resident instructor show you the ropes.