Over the past 30 years, there have been many changes in fitness. Human nature recalls the past. That's great, but do not forget that things are changing too. This is of course true in health and fitness. "If you do everything you always do, you always get the results you've always found," right, but what if the situation changes? Then work is no longer a viable and effective way to get the results. In this article, I will outline seven items that have changed over the past thirty years and affect health, exercise, exercise and "best" aspects. Let's look at some of these changes in Fitness.
first Activity level
This change in fitness is quite obvious. We just do not move as much as 30 years ago.
Currently, the average sitting person in the urban environment is 900-3000 steps per day. Uh … this is a small number! In the sports journal, the existing literature was merged to provide general guidance on what daily steps would be needed.
Author Dr. Tudor-Locke Catrine has changed physical activity into daily equivalent steps. Less than 5,000 are classified as sedentary, 5,000 to 7,499 low active, 7,500 to 9,999 are somewhat active 10,000 or more active and 12,500 or more are very active. So what does the 900 do? It's nearly dead! But it's not hard to imagine. Get up, pick up the elevator in the parking lot, drive the car, pick up the elevator in the office, sit down, order fast, turn the process to go home and get back to bed. It is worth noting that 1 km is approx. Step 1300.
He has arrived at the point where we should intentionally inconvenience ourselves to increase our level of activity. Here are some suggestions (which really shows us how pious the levels of our average activity).
Park in the far end of the car park and walk to the building. Instead of leaving the kids in front of the school, park a few streets in front of the other roads … 10,000 are actually considered low estimates for children.
Go around the mall or supermarket with a random one. For today's super shopping malls this is a big deal!
Take the stairs instead of the lift or escalator (well if you work on the 50th floor, maybe halfway)
Give the dog an additional 5 minutes to the walk (we need more)
email your colleagues in the same office, but go over and talk to them (it has a shocking effect on how many emails we send each day! … great for team building too)
Go for a walk during the lunch break, walk around to lunch or find somewhere to eat lunch
Get up and do something, run up and down the stairs, for example, in TV ads (no excuse!)
Walk to the polar shop instead of driving or knocking home
Walking for Friendly Houses Driving
Take Public Transportation and Walk From The Railway Station
Dr. David Bassett studied the Amish community to see what things were in the past. These guys have no cars, no electricity, and hard manual work to make food on the table. Timely travel to the past. They consume 3 large meals a day from a lot of meat, vegetables and natural starch, such as potatoes.
98 Amish adult adult Bassett surveys were conducted for one minute. Men made an average of 18,000 steps a day. Women made an average of 14,000 steps
Men spent about 10 hours a week with difficult jobs such as plowing, riding, bouncing and digging. Women spent 3.5 hours a week in hard workplaces. Men spent 55 hours a week moderately; women reported 45 hours a week weekly for moderate jobs such as gardening and washing. Wow this is a lot of manual labor. Get a step counter ($ 20 only) and see how it works.
2nd Fat content and obesity
The level of activity in this respect leads directly to obesity. The frightening obesity rate is one of the most obvious changes in fitness.
Obesity rates among participants in the Amish population study were 4 percent based on body mass index or BMI. In the urban population, the rate of obesity is 30% or more. OK percent of obesity is a terrifying thing because obesity is already the "very high risk of dying in the wrong way" category. There is still an overweight category (obviously fat, but does not affect the medically obese province) to consider. These people are already at high risk.
Overweight + total percent obesity is really wild type … in some cities by nearly 70%. Compare this to the average in the 1980's. 10-15% obesity in most cities. In 1995, it rose to 20%, and is by no means high.
Of course, the diet is linked to the 2nd point. This is another obvious change in fitness. It's very simple. Now eat delicious food (white bread, sugar, rice, flour, pasta). In the body, they are about the same answer – FAT storage. The only time you need to eat these items right after the hard workout. As can be said from point 1, there is not much training. But there are many eating!
We consume fewer fresh fruits, vegetables and meats. We have more snacks like chips and cakes (which are also sophisticated, even though advertisers claim).
These changes are increasingly worrying about the discomforts because even natural foods are not as good to us as they did today. According to current farming methods, the content of vitamins and minerals in fruits and vegetables decreases by 10-40% depending on the mineral. Maize-fed meat does not give us such a good omega-6 as the omega-3 ratio, as it is from the heated and free-range animals. (this is not so much healthy fatty acid for us)
And of course, we simply consume more calories. Amish people participating in the study in point 1 used a daily diet of 3,600 calories per day and 2,100 calories per day. Many seated people consume this much and more! How? Well, a completely "featured" gourmet coffee from coffee beans or Starbucks can make up to 500 calories at the time of caffeine-madness.
This is a 2-hour walk to an average size lady.
I just remember the calorie content counts well. 2000 calories from vegetables, meat and healthy fats are infinitely better than 2000 calories of fried potatoes. It is impossible to get fats first and it is almost impossible not to blackmail the second.
I like this autogona. If you had a $ 2 million dream car, would you put low or high quality petrol in it? High degree of course! Why are there then people who bring lower levels of dirt into their bodies that are more important than the driven car
4. Children's Games
The average child motorcycle in the urban environment is a weakness. As a hobby I train a youth basketball. In talent talent, kids are doing a very simple exercise for convex entry and exit. There are so many children who can not do it and some people I think may fall if they are asked to move without the ball on the cones. This is in contrast to the past where the kids ran, chased each other, played physical games, and played sports where the playground was a fun center for young children. This lack of activity not only results in a change in the child's ability in his youth, but also has a profound long-term effect.
Naturally, this change in condition is a result of a combination of possible factors  Parents who only deserve the academic success are worthy of recognition and praise of children only if they are doing well on academic issues.
An educational system that also evaluates book knowledge over other things and takes physical education classes to take more academic hours.
He taught less PE lessons that did not help the child develop motor skills in the most important early years. Occupied double-income families where fathers can not play with their children (or do not care enough to … money is not every dad.)
The mad computer game addiction where virtual life is more important than real life . I believe this is the reason for all adjacent basketball courts. Previously there were teams who played there. It's just my age (late 20's and 30's). There are no young children.
But really, what is it? The problem is that if children are smelly about sports and exercise, then the "psychology" of the "competence" comes from. Simply put, we usually do what we are good at. If our next generation of sports and exercise is weak, it is even less likely that he will do his best. As for Figures 1 to 3, As far as items are concerned, many countries have a deadly health crisis. Obesity costs 7.4 billion a year for national health care! If we do not help our children, this is just an increasing burden for everyone.
5th Social Support
This is a subtle change in fitness. People are communal animals. We insist on things because behind us there is a supportive community. Even drug and alcoholism rehab centers recognize this. All of us need social support. But social ties are weakening. And not, Friendster and MySpace links do not make up for it.
In a nearer but less-near-world (I know so many people sitting on a computer screen and not just a real person) is less social support than in the past (extensive families, communal life, close friendships in the neighborhood, ) and it is difficult to insist on something that requires commitment and sacrifice as a training program. I'm not a sociologist, but I think there are reasons why physical education classes are better for membership than individual training. Most of them are certainly not as effective as large individual coaching. But the social factor comes when the change of lifestyle is maintained.
6th Free Time
This fine change in fitness is well visible. We only have less time to be "self". Bosses, social, family, and other obligations offer extremely valuable goods for free time, and there is a problem with the fact that time is our only non-renewable resource. If we decide to spend a healthy lifestyle or cooking time, we are competing with leisure time with movies, games, TV and other things. We know that physical activity is good for us, but not just for us to be good, but better than the latest episodes of desperate housewives or the latest computer game. This is the question. Temporary entertainment has to prevent long-term health care.
7th Training Methods
OK is where we are. 30 years ago the aerobic madness of the storm surrounded the western world. This is not a very good training, both for the results and the result per unit of time. Add to the fact that we have such a minimum of time, we can not afford to train as little as possible. Now we know much more. Fortunately, there are good ways for smart coaches to use it to increase training efficiency and to earn RESULTS with less training time. Some of these have intelligently designed resistor programs, interval training and good evaluation techniques to determine individual needs. If you have such a coach in the corner, you can turn the clock back and avoid becoming an ever-growing statistic when the health is pointing to the wrong direction. Stay Fit and Strong and Good Luck!
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