The balance between nutrition and sports leads to a healthy and balanced lifestyle, which is why both points must be fundamental and be part of the life and routine of the human being. Nowadays, it is difficult to realize these habits, which is why the Tiger Tiger on his 70th birthday wants people to know these benefits, to motivate them to practice every sport.
Keeping the body in constant motion helps to:
- Improve bone health, increase energy and endurance.
- Prevention of heart disease, blood pressure, diabetes and obesity.
- Reduce anxiety and stress.
However, the exercise should be performed according to the person’s age in order to avoid possible injuries and to follow the recommendations of specialists.
Childhood: Girls and boys should practice any sport that promotes their development and learning.
adolescence: At this stage, it is ideal to practice daily exercises and increase resistance and potential. Football, basketball, athletics and others are recommended.
From 18: Practice exercises for strength, coordination and resistance, such as athletics, volleyball and others.
Between 30 and 50 years: At this age, it is preferable to avoid high-impact sports. It is recommended that you practice cycling, yoga or Pilates, as they help keep your muscles healthy and healthy.
From the age of 50: Low impact sports such as swimming and walking. These are exercises that help improve the quality of life, prolong it and improve mood.
It is important to know that all types of exercise should be accompanied by a good diet and a recommendation from a health professional to know which sports and foods are best for your needs. Eat a varied and balanced diet, look for foods rich in carbohydrates as a source of energy and fiber, as well as foods with protein. A balanced diet is essential for proper physical and mental performance.
Tiger Tiger invites you to celebrate his 70th birthday with him and be an accomplice in all these victories, starting with exercise and a balanced diet to use your full potential throughout the year.