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Benefits of exercising outdoors

Discussion in 'Keep Fit & Maintain Shape' started by kanaka Raghavan, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. kanaka Raghavan

    kanaka Raghavan IL Hall of Fame

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    VitaminD present in the sunlight help lower insulin levels.
    You are more likely to stick to an exercise programme outdoors -the fresh air will invigorate you and help ease off stress as well
    Tone up the musculoskeletal syatem by exercising on natural surfaces-it keeps the joints ,tendons ,ligaments and small muscle in perfect condiTIONS
    Cut your risk of infection by stepping out to exercise-a closed environment harbours more germs ,increasing the chances of infection spreading.
     
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  2. Shanvy

    Shanvy IL Hall of Fame

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    hi kanaka,

    thanks for those pointers...but i am scared of stepping out in the pollution....
     
  3. Sriniketan

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    Thanks for the useful information, Kanaka!
    I do walking only outside during summer--but in winter?
    Eventhough we have a treadmill, who uses it? ( But now I can use this as a good excuse for not using it, right)

    sriniketan
     
  4. priyauc

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    Thanks for the info, yes its true that the vitamin d is good for the bones
     

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