– If you had every single muscle in your body work together at the same time, you could lift about 50,000 pounds.
– If you are not a regular exerciser, by the time you are 65 you may experience as much as an 80% decrease in your muscle strength.
– By the time you have reached old age, you will have walked approximately 70,000 miles.
– The best way to judge whether or not you are exercising at too high of an intensity is to see whether or not you can carry on a conversation. If you can’t, you may want to back off of the intensity just a little until you can.
– Regular exercise is linked to better sex, because it can improve body image, energy, self-esteem and overall fitness.
– In spite of what you may have read, there is no “best time to exercise.” It turns out that the best time to exercise is when it works for you.
– Visualization of specific exercise actually causes the muscle synapses to fire as if you were performing the exercise. Does this mean that you can get all of your exercise in your mind? Not necessarily, but visualization can be a valuable part of your workout.
– Being dehydrated reduces exercise performance. Make sure you hydrate for peak performance during a workout.
Wishing you all a great day! 🙂
Source: www. exercise.lovetoknow.com