Cardio Vascular Training

Cardio training is an important part of our weight loss and fitness program. The amount of calories burned during exercise depends on the type of workout you conduct, its duration and intensity, and your body weight.

In other words, the longer an exercise session and the higher the intensity, the more calories you will burn. A heavy person will burn more calories than someone who weighs less doing the same exercise.

At ultimate results we create a cardio program for individuals who never worked out before and high-level athletes.

Choose the proper cardio that works for you:

Light Cardio Exercise

Moderate Cardio Exercise

High Intensity Interval Training

Here are 7 reasons to start a cardio program:

1: Above all, exercise lifts up your mood, it help reduces chronic stress, anxiety and depression. It was discovered in 1965 that depression is caused by a deficit of three important chemicals (neurotransmitter) in the brain: norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. These are powerful and important chemicals our brain needs to function on daily, what is important is that exercise helps produce all of these important neurotransmitters in the brain at the right quantity and quality.

2: Exercise can reduce excess body fat and obesity. 69% of US population is over weight or obese. Exercise is the best method to reduce body fat and eliminate countless diseases that comes alone with obesity and excess body fat.

3: Besides helping you lose weight, exercise strengthens the cardiovascular system. A strong heart and lungs reduce high blood pressure. The result is less strain on the vessels in the body and the brain, reducing strain on heart and brain vessels reduces heart attacks and strokes.

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4: Exercise also regulates your metabolism. Type 2 Diabetes is a metabolic disease and exercise is the best method to eliminate type 2 diabetes. As we age insulin levels drops and glucose levels remain the same, glucose will face a difficult time getting in to the cells to fuel them. Unused glucose becomes a waste product in the body such as free radicals. Free radicals can hinder immune system by doing it’s job and it can damage blood vessels in body and brain. Weak immune system and damage blood vessels can increase the risk of cancer, stroke and heart disease.

5: The immune system, your internal defense system must be strong so it can fight to eliminate illnesses and diseases. Exercise strengthens the many aspects of the immune system directly. Even in moderate amount exercise boosts up the immune system’s antibodies and lymphocytes, which is also know as T cells. Antibodies attack bacterial and viral infections, and having more T cells makes the body more alert to the development of illnesses such as cancer. Many population studies bear this out: The most constant risk factor for cancer is sedentary lifestyle. People who are physically active and exercise 4-6 times per week, for instance, have a 50 percent lower chance of developing colon cancer.

5: Exercise specially weight training keeps you body structure (muscles and bones) strong and healthy. From book Spark, John J. Ratey: “Osteoporosis afflicts twenty million women and two million men in this country. More women every year die from hip fractures—a vulnerability of osteoporosis—than from breast cancer. Women reach peak bone mass at around thirty, and after that they lose about 1 percent a year until menopause, when the pace doubles. The result is that by age sixty, about 30 percent of a woman’s bone mass has disappeared. Unless, that is, she takes calcium and vitamin D (which comes free with ten minutes of morning sun a day) and does some form of exercise or strength training to stress the bones. Walking doesn’t quite do the job—save that for later in life. But as a young adult, weight training or any sport that involves running or jumping will counteract the natural loss. The degree to which you can prevent the loss is impressive: one study found that women can double their leg strength in just a few months of weight training. Even women in their nineties can improve their strength and prevent this heartbreaking disease”

6: Exercise increases your motivation to keep taking care of yourself. As you exercise, you naturally lose weight, get fit and look better. Losing weight, getting fit and feeling great is ultimate motivator to continue taking care of your self.

7: Cardio is the only and best way to create neurogenesis (new brain cells) and make the one you already have stronger. And cardio active muscle tissue in upper chambers (atria) of the heart to create a magical protein molecule called atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP). ANP is the antidote to stress chemicals like cortisol and adrenaline; ANP is what cardiologist called a vasodilator. It expands the walls of arteries, veins and capillaries both in the brain and body. ANP, along with vasodilation of arteries, veins and capillaries and chemicals cascades in the brain like serotonin, BDNF, norepinephrine, glutamate and gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) create a ripple effect of feeling great and tranquility through out the body and brain. Your feeling toward how you see the world transforms to something magical.

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