NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Raising weight for less than half an hour a week reduces the risk of stroke by 29 percent and reduces the high cholesterol risk by 32 percent, according to a new study . The research team found a little difference in the results when the resistance and the pressure increased up to an hour or more.
According to the State University's study in Iowa, the positive impact of stroke prevention can be achieved by raising weight through training for 5 minutes a day.
The effect of this simple rate of weight-raising exercises was less than half an hour a week apart from walking and jogging. This does not mean only one type of exercise, but rather highlights the importance of resistant and pressure-resistant exercises in the prevention of obstructed arteries.
According to the report, the research was based on an average participation of 13,000 people aged 47. The recommendations of the training study encouraged the gym at least once a week, as the advantages of this training are better than practicing at home for just a few minutes.
Muscle building helps to protect bones from cuts, inflammation joints, tension alleviation, and adjust weight.