Best Ways to Exercise
The best ways to exercise according to science...
I started playing competitive sports in the third grade, and over the next 45 years, I have had to learn some things about exercise the hard way. You shouldn’t have to. I have two issues when it comes to exercise. First, I have degenerative arthritis in my right knee. Consequently, I need to do as few exercises as possible, and it really isn’t good for me to use heavy weights. My shoulders are especially sensitive. Second, I have Overtraining Syndrome. Therefore, I have to restrict my workouts to twice a week or face the wrath of muscle cramps and severe fatigue. So, this is what I found.
The Best Exercises
Medicine Ball Catch and Throw
The Modified Seven Minute Workout using pulse and catch.
The second part of exercise is recovery. Recovery is when the body adapts to the exercise. You need to give your body enough time to adapt.
Aschwanden, Christie. (2019). Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery (1st Edition). W. W. Norton & Company.