Dance Cardio Fitness

Fun cardio, calorie burning classes completed to motivational music

  • Started 12 Jan
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Service Description

Cardiovascular Training. Improves cardiovascular health Aerobic exercise is recommended by the American Heart Association & by most doctors to people with, or at risk for, heart disease. That’s because exercise strengthens your heart & helps it more efficiently pump blood throughout the body. Cardiovascular exercise can also help lower blood pressure, & keep your arteries clear by raising “good” high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol & lowering “bad” low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels in the blood. If you’re specifically looking to lower blood pressure & cholesterol, aim for 40 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise between 3 and 4 times each week. 2. Lowers blood pressure Cardiovascular exercise may help you manage symptoms of high blood pressure. That’s because exercise can help lower blood pressure. Here are other ways to lower blood pressure without medicine. 3. Helps regulate blood sugar Regular physical activity helps regulate insulin levels and lower blood sugar, all while keeping body weight in check. In a study on people with type 2 diabetes, researchers found that any form of movement, either aerobic or anaerobic, may have these effects. 4. Reduces asthma symptoms Aerobic exercise can help people with asthma lessen both the frequency and severity of asthma attacks. You should still talk to your doctor before beginning a new exercise routine if you have asthma, however. They may recommend specific activities or precautions to help keep you safe while working out. 5. Reduces chronic pain If you have chronic back pain, cardiovascular exercise — specifically low-impact activities, like swimming or aqua aerobics — may help you get back muscle function & endurance. Exercise can also help you lose weight, which may further reduce chronic back pain. 6. Aids sleep If you’re having trouble sl