Energetic Exercise May Extend a ladies Existence

 

OFFICIAL WIDER HIPS Workout | HIP DIPS FIX | No Equipment At Home Routine

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Pushups are KILLING Your Gains!!

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10 MIN SIXPACK WORKOUT // No Equipment | Pamela Reif

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1 Week Flat Stomach Workout (Intense!)

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Intense 30 Minute Full Body HIIT // No Equipment Workout

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Study: Vigorous exercise can lead to longer life

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Fat Burning Cardio Workout 37 Minute Fitness Blender Cardio Workout at Home

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Vigorous Exercise May Extend a Woman’s Life Serious sweat sessions at the gym have longterm health benefits, including lowering your risk of dying from heart disease, cancer or other causes, a new study found. Good workouts might extend a woman’s life. By. is much lower if she can engage in vigorous exercise, scientists report. cancer deaths was twice as high among women with poor exercise. SATURDAY, Dec.

7, 2019 (HealthDay News) If you can tackle a tough workout, that may bode well for your longevity, new research suggests. A woman’s risk of dying from heart disease, cancer or other causes is much lower if she can engage in vigorous exercise, scientists report. The new study included more than 4,700 middle-aged and older women, average age 64, who were referred.

SATURDAY, Dec. 7, 2019 (HealthDay News) If you can tackle a tough workout, that may bode well for your longevity, new research suggests. A woman’s risk of dying from heart disease, cancer or other causes is much lower if she can engage in vigorous exercise, scientists report. Consider this: While federal guidelines now recommend at least 2½ hours every week of moderate intensity exercise (or one hour and 15 minutes of vigorous exercise), Harvard University researchers recently noted that as little as 15 minutes of physical activity a day can boost your life span by three years. What’s more, a remarkable 2018 JAMA Network Open study found that not exercising.

MONDAY, April 6, 2015 (HealthDay News) Although any amount of exercise offers health benefits, a new study suggests that rigorous physical activity may be key to boosting longevity. The findings published in the journal Palgrave Communications suggest that job-related strenuous exercise throughout life may not necessarily extend longevity. Frequent exercise is often touted as. In a separate study, also published today in JAMA Internal Medicine, researchers in Australia found that people who engaged in vigorous activity (such as jogging or aerobics) were 9 to 13 percent.

Average American life expectancy is 78. So: “If you start exercising at 45 and you die at 78, that means that you exercise for 33 years, at 150 minutes a. Still, the idea that exercising for 10 minutes a week — less time than it takes to watch a TV show, do a load of laundry or make a pot of pasta —.

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of moderate-intensity aerobic activity every week,26 and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends 20 to 30 minutes per day27; however, most women do not achieve this goal.

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However, she is also aware of the paradox of exercise’, and that engaging in vigorous exercise will transiently cause an extremely small increase in the patient’s acute risk of a heart attack, even though the long-term benefits to the patient’s cardiac health far outweigh this small increase in their transient risk.

“Autonomy, Rationality, and Contemporary Bioethics” by Jonathan Pugh
from Autonomy, Rationality, and Contemporary Bioethics
by Jonathan Pugh
Oxford University Press, 2020

Exercise moves energy quickly and effectively and this is important in menopause.

“Energy Healing: The Essentials of Self-Care” by Ann Marie Chiasson, Andrew Weil
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by Ann Marie Chiasson, Andrew Weil
Sounds True, 2013

In contrast to this position, the guidelines issued 30 years ago suggested that exercising women reduce their habitual levels of exertion in pregnancy and that non-exercising women refrain from initiating strenuous exercise program [53].

“Exercise and Sporting Activity During Pregnancy: Evidence-Based Guidelines” by Rita Santos-Rocha
from Exercise and Sporting Activity During Pregnancy: Evidence-Based Guidelines
by Rita Santos-Rocha
Springer International Publishing, 2018

The benefits of exercise for cardiovascular [104], skeletal [105], and emotional health [106] are well supported by scientific evidence, yet the concept persists that exercise causes women to develop amenorrhea which is an important negative reproductive event.

“Endocrinology of Physical Activity and Sport” by Anthony C. Hackney, Naama W. Constantini
from Endocrinology of Physical Activity and Sport
by Anthony C. Hackney, Naama W. Constantini
Springer International Publishing, 2020

Although concern has been expressed about increasing uterine contractility, IUGR, prematurity, fetal bradycardia, and ketonuria in association with exercise, physically active, well-conditioned women have routinely engaged in exercise during pregnancy without apparent adversity.

“Endocrinology: Adult and Pediatric E-Book” by J. Larry Jameson, Leslie J. De Groot
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Active investigation continues into optimal exercise regimens for women to achieve these health benefits, though research to date suggests that a clear health benefit occurs for most women who begin exercising, even if they have been inactive in the past.

“Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine” by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
from Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine
by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
SAGE Publications, 2010

Women who partake in vigorous exercise can continue this as long as they are able to tolerate the exercise.

“Leifer's Introduction to Maternity & Pediatric Nursing in Canada E-Book” by Gloria Leifer, Lisa Keenan-Lindsay
from Leifer’s Introduction to Maternity & Pediatric Nursing in Canada E-Book
by Gloria Leifer, Lisa Keenan-Lindsay
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

However, it is also necessary for women to do some gentle exercise after childbirth to prevent the development of stagnation of Qi and Blood.

“Obstetrics and Gynecology in Chinese Medicine E-Book” by Giovanni Maciocia
from Obstetrics and Gynecology in Chinese Medicine E-Book
by Giovanni Maciocia
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

For men, vigorous exercise was associated with reduced fertility rates, particularly in endurance athletes [372]; however, moderate exercise does not seem to have any negative impact.

“Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices” by Diana Noland, Jeanne A. Drisko, Leigh Wagner
from Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices
by Diana Noland, Jeanne A. Drisko, Leigh Wagner
Springer International Publishing, 2020

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  • Hey can anyone pls tell me whether should we clench n then do those fire hydrants plus side leg lift? Coz it’s so difficult to clench and then perform those exercises

  • its hard to get the instinctive feeling out of my head that “full lockout” could spell trouble for the elbows, similar to to locking knees on a squat…i always thought the body naturally avoids locking the joints in order to protect you, not because its hard.

  • Best work out I had in a longgg time!! Great recuperative exercises in between the high intensive ones which makes you enjoy every second instead of counting them!! X

  • I’ve done a few 30min cardio workouts from this channel and this particular video killed me…damn you jumping jacks… I will conquer you one day

  • Hey everyone!! I will be doing this workout every day for two weeks, with two rest days on day 7 and day 14. I will update everyone with the results. I am also modifying my diet and trying to cut back carbohydrates, sugar, and salt, and adding more fruits, vegetables, and protein, since I know diet makes the most difference when it comes to a flat stomach and burning belly fat.

    Day 1: Wow this was hard. I did the whole workout without breaks but I was sweating a lot, and the side planks were very difficult but I managed to do the whole thing.

    Day 2: It was still very hard, and I found myself using my ab muscles a lot more instead of my neck or legs, like I was lifting my legs with my ab muscles a lot. I also did her Beginner Ab Workout video since it was easy.

    Day 3: I thought this workout would get easier but it certainly did not. I got through it though, but I don’t see any results yet. I did her 8 Min Ab and HIIT workout with Jason Derulo as well.

    Day 4:
    Day 5:
    Day 6:
    Day 7:

  • My plan is to do these after i’m done with online school, which is at 4 pm sooo yeah! These are really easy and I know I would look better without hip dips.

  • If i will do the same exercise daily it will not impact badly ryt? As if now my target is belly for 2 months so daily doing diff execise for belly

  • okay i’m gonna try to do this. i’m 15 and abt 120-122 lbs. i’m not going on any diets. i’m eating the same. i eat pretty healthy but i snack a lot on chips so i’m going to try to dial it back
    Day 1: Good. definitely felt the burn but i eventually got through it
    Day 2: I actually walked for 20 minutes before. Tbh it was harder today but that could be bc i walked before but i got through it.
    Day 3: i skipped bc i forgot
    Day4: good
    Day 5: ✅

  • my in take in this is that I know everyone is different and will get results at different times but for me I’ve been doing this for a month and nothing changed really I only took a 1 day break every week and then when I had my monthly cycle (which is 4 days) I stopped those 4 days so I think I was very consistent I don’t really understand how people are getting results in 2/1 week but I mean at least I tried ��‍♀️ instead of doing these workouts now I’m just gonna try and learn to accept myself and respect my body.

  • Guys I am 10 and I weigh 50kg I need to lose weight in my school everyone doesn’t call from my name the call my fatty I need motivation
    1 like 1 squat

  • So true, so many people are like “i can do this # of pushups,” then go nowhere near the floor, i mean i abit of a gut atm but i make sure it touches the floor.

  • I know this is 3 years old and the comments are 1 year but imma update yall if you want just gonna start the 1st day and then i will start the updates
    Day 1 it burns a ton but i pushed through and its easy to get back in when you drink some water and sit for a bit at the 60s break.

    Day 2 it burns still but at some points i didn’t even notice i did 20 the pain really starts to reduce and after the first day it feels like working out is your passion.

    Day 3 at this point its only quite hard to do the fire hydrants and i am starting to see some small changes.

    Day 4:✔️
    Day 5:✔️

    Day 6 just a little easier to do the workouts and at this point i take less breaks

    Day 7 went well burned through it and i can see my hip dips finally filling in:)

    Day 8 i just finished day 8 but not only are my hip dips filling in but i am also seeing my stretch marks that were INSANELY huge on my hips starting to fade away i am almost certain this will work at this point!

    Day 9:✔️
    Day 10:✔️
    Day 11:✔️
    Day 12:✔️
    Day 13:✔️

    Almost done the 2 weeks and my hip dips have filled in big time ����

  • Yes, I too am guilty of jumping from diet plan to others as well, I think that I must have tested every weight loss system that was available, but in the end not one of them helped me to shed and keep the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time with the Custokebon Secrets because my friend who told me incredible things about it and so far to date I have successfully dropped 16 pounds within 4 weeks!

  • I have been doing this workout for about a while now. You have to definitely maintain a good healthy diet in order to actually see a difference but this workout has given me body strength. Fitness Blender is definitely a go-to workout routine!

  • at first, like any other weak body owner i gave up on it, but after 3 days not only i made it to the end but also i tried more workouts for my arms and booty. it has been 2 weeks and i already lost 3Kgs.

  • this workout is amazing loving it. started this frm yesterday. but may i know in how many weeks i may be able to see the results? ❤️

  • i am trying to lose weight since i gained during quarantine and let me tell you this is THE workout, i’ve tried emi wong, chloe ting and a bunch of other workout videos for a while and none of them showed any true results but i’ve been doing this workout once a day for the past 5 days and i’ve already lost 1 kg (all of this while trying to maintain a relatively healthy diet)!

  • Does this work guys
    I feel like I can’t loose this my belly fat
    Since birth it has always been big
    I have tried many routine but I haven’t seen results yet
    I need encouragement

  • who else here hates jumping jacks more than anything in the world. I could do 5 minutes of squats but I can’t do 30 seconds of jumping jacks

  • Ok ok ok how long did it take for y’all to see change anddddd how often were you doing it? I’m gonna start to do this / another hip dip exercise and get back to y’all!

  • I just started today and I’m so unfit, I did struggle with the bum crunches, but I’m going to keep in there and get rid of this lockdown weight.

  • I have been doing these for about a month now. 2 days on, then one day rest. I can honestly say i see a difference. Not a drastic one, hip dips still there but its less pronounced in jeans

  • This is one of my fav HIIT workouts by you! Wasn’t feeling good at all but decided to just get up&try it, and even though I only finished 18 minutes of it, I’m glad I did. I’m so sweaty and out of breath typing this but in a good way:) thank you for you amazing workouts!!!! Definitely finishing this workout up tomorrow and repeating it!

  • I know im late, but i just started cardio today, i was losing it before the rest break, is it okay to continue the rest excersise the next day?? And how many times a week should i do cardio?? A reply would be of great help, thank you ����

  • I weigh around 100-102kg, 1.85m (6″1) and I burn between 370-420 Calories, with HR of 130-150. For those people wondering how many calories gets burned!

  • Does this work? Please anyone?
    Cause I feel like after I do abs workouts, specially hers, I feel my abs getting even bigger and I know it’s because of the muscles building up under the fat which pushes the fat forward

  • I thought I was fit but this workout prouved to me that I have work to do. I was already feeling dizzy by the end of the second session. I managed to finish the workout, but not without struggling. Will recommend this workout to you who want to challenge your fitness. Great workout and one of the best of 30 minutes workout on YouTube.

  • Addicted to your workouts, Heather, especially full body HIIT sessions of 30-40 minutes. I’ve lost track of how many I’ve done. But the music on this one is the BEST!

  • Me nd my 5 years old sister doin this..
    Me: I can’t do this!! ��
    My baby sister: C’mon.. Otherwise I will tell mom u broke the glass set that day..

  • Doing this for 2 weeks
    Day 1: was hard I pulled a muscle��
    Day 2: Done hurts but didn’t pull a muscle this time
    Day 3: Done still burns
    Day 4: Burns did some walking along with it too.
    Day 4: Done burns and did walking too.
    Day 5: done same as the day before
    Day 6: done same as the day before
    Day 7:done same and the day before
    One week left ‼️ There is a bit of a difference at the top of hips. Also I did squats along with it since day 4.
    Day 8: Did it with walking again, still burns expecally the first one, did it with squats too.
    Day 9: Did it with walking but replaced the last one with squats. I can see a bit of a different lower down my waist.
    Day 10: didn’t do it ��
    Day 11:did it the same as 2 days before.
    Day 12: done
    Day 13:didn’t do it lol
    Day 14:done
    I’ll do it for a month.
    By walking I mean going up and done my stairs 50 times in total /10 minutes.

  • I love her. I tried not to rest between the excercises. Sitting against the wall was a challenge for me. I had to slow down for Mountain climber coz its too long for me. ����. I started working out at home since quarantine. Im 4’11 and weighed 118lbs. Im now at 104lbs. ����

  • Seriously? 1 minute and half side plank, each side? I like the fact that even she’s using another arm for support at the last side plank hold. Make me feel less guilty. Lol!

  • I’ve did the first 22minutes of this for 4 days. I am not over weight but have been getting a belly and there is a pretty big difference in 4 days. I’m so happy I’m feeling good too thanks xx

  • ive been doing this for a week and i kinda see a difference but only on the right side, idk if im doing something wrong or if its just my body

  • A little over this war between Chloe and Pamela. I am not a cardio person and when I was working out with Chloe I felt really tired all the time and I dreaded working out the next day. Working out was just like hell to me and it might work out for some people but for me it didn’t. I ultimately stopped. Since I started with Pamela I’ve been doing workouts consistently and I am not saying that I wouldn’t have seen results with Chloe but too much cardio is not sustainable overtime for people like me. With Pamela I am sure I’m going to work out as long as she keeps rolling out the program.
    Don’t make working out a punishment for yourself, do what you enjoy, whether it’s Chloe or Pamela

  • I love this workout because I can do it everyday, even when I’m suffering from muscle aches from harder workout and squeeze that bit of exercise in everyday that goes a long way to shape the body. The pep talks also really helps compared to other workout vids!

  • I am 75 kg target is 58 kg
    Started exercise today only
    Day 1: Completed whole workout on active rest did march only + 40 minutes yoga
    Day 2: Workout + 5 surya namaskar
    Day 3: Workout + 45 minutes yoga

  • I’m starting this today for the first time. I dunno how long I’m gonna do it (I’m gonna try everyday but we’ll see). I’m a tall, pretty curvy female, and I’m hoping to flatten my stomach up. We’ll see how this goes!

    Day 1Lots of burn. Especially for my legs and abs. I think it’ll hurt more once I’ve gotten the excercises down pat. I’m drinking water now (p.s don’t forget to drink water it’s good for you <3).

    Day 2Definitely burned more than yesterday, which makes me happy! The burn is what I crave. I had In n Out, and thought it’s all I’ve eaten today, I wanted to really push my workout. By the way, am I the only one who doesn’t really feel a burn on the Hoover Open and Close, as well as the Sitting Single Leg Crunch? If you have any tips, please let me know!:)

    Day 3I did this, but forgot to update it. It burned like hell, and that’s always a good thing. I’ve been eating better, and honestly I think I already see and feel a difference.

    Day 4Probably would have been worse if I had given it my all. I had P.E before (high school <3), and so I'm kind of already exhausted. I'm gonna stretch, and then I'm gonna take a shower. Don't forget to drink water!! <333

  • I will be updating. Starting time July 22. will be doing for a week and a half. like and reply if i forget ok update: i did this i completed it. my hip dips on my left is gone, on my right jusr a little noticeable

  • I love the pushup but i mostly use it as a scale not as a exersise, for example if ive been doing many arm exersises for a month, i see if i have inporved in strength by breaking my previous record. Is this a good practice? I olse only do military pushups

  • Great…tough workout. I like how it was structured because I’m not bored, especially since she doesn’t talk, yet shows me the upcoming moves to get me ready. I Wasn’t a fan of all the jumping at the end (except for jumping jacks.) It’s really tough on my knees. Besides that…perfect!

  • Does this really work for lower belly fat burn?? Otherwise I m happy with shape I am in.. Just need the lower belly to b tucked in ��

  • I really enjoyed that! Between the songs and my favourite the preview of what comes up next. Great job! Thank you so so much for keeping us healthy.

  • Does anyone know how many calories this would burn for a reasonably fit person? I’m 29, and could complete the entire workout (had to extend the second 30 sec rest to one minute, and did only about 20 seconds of burpees, but I did do it ��). I don’t have a Fitbit to help me calculate.

  • I love you Holly, but 1 week?? Come on. I am a size 0 with a BMI of 18.8 and it still took me 3 weeks to see the results from this workout. Do love the burn though.

  • This workout actually works. I have been doing this workout for a while now. This sheds fat like anything. I hydrate myself and eat the usual meals except I have divided them into smaller portion sizes at intervals of every two hours to keep the metabolism up. Within two weeks, I promise, you ll notice a substantial difference. Also, unless you want to become too slim, you might want to include strength training, ie, if you want some muscle toning. Otherwise, stick consistently to this cardio. Its hardwork but it works 100%.

  • I’m 14 5,9 233 pounds my target is 190 lbs wish me luck a boys I’m starting Tomorrow well today you know I’ll update with progress �� Im adding a 1mile run everyday and 40 push-ups after the workout I need all the support! I really wanna lose weight

  • i’m doing this for 2 weeks because of my metabolism! i can already see progress and feel better about my body. my mental health has also been very good!

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  • Trust me i tried this last week, i was dead 10 times at the minimum throughout the whole workout…my sweat was more like tears as all my body was crying and saying “forgive me” ��

  • I’ve been doing this for four days but haven’t seen too much progress yet. As the lady on the top of the comments says she saw a result in four days. The only thing that I’ve noticed is that this workout becomes easier today(4th day) than it was in the 1st day. I like this workout because it’s short and makes my abs REALLY sore so I know I did something useful to my body. I kinda enjoy the soreness. I’ll keep on doing this for a month to see if I can see any changes.

  • I have a question. 1. If I get the results and stop the workout will the hip dips come back or will the butt be saggy and ruined ����. 2.Will this workout bulk or tone my thighs because I don’t want the thighs to be muscular or toned if so which other workout of yours will not tone my thighs Plz reply

  • Okay I try to make this as real as possible so
    First you know I am a lazy person (not overweight or something) with so many health issues in my early life’s
    So I try this workout that I get I little bit stronger in someway
    So day 1: honestly it was so hard you can imagine I took so many long breaks I felt really good after it but I just did 7:30 min
    Day 2: why is it so hard to train when you have pets
    I have 9 and my cat was also somehow everywhere while I worked
    It was more hard I try to find the right way to do it for me
    Because she is way stronger then I am so I cut out the sideplank for just a week

  • I love all your workouts! You are such an awesome instructor! I love the music and also the timer keeps us going! I follow almost all your workout sessions and it’s amazing! I feel blessed to come across your channel! Thanks a lot for sharing the workout videos! Each and every workout is super fun and challenging to achieve! Thank you very much ma’am!

  • I have also started doing this workout along with slim legs, intense ab, toned back and arm+ 15 minute cardio…..
    My current weight: 55kg(121 lbs)
    I don’t have anything to measure my waste and stomach…but I have a lot of belly fat and my thighs, hips have gained fat too…and also my calves..they are just so stubborn….
    What I eat: I barely eat any junk food or sweet. I am an Indian( Bengali) girl and I eat a lot of veggies, rice,roti fruits, fish, paneer,chicken and various type of curry…I don’t drink milk but I drink a lot of water. But I used to do workout but then I stopped completely….so I have gained a lot of fat. I don’t want a hourglass shape body but I want to build muscle….wanna transform my fat into muscle..
    Day 1: Actually it’s not my day 1 it’s maybe the day 1 of the second week but last weak I was so inconsistent that nothing has changed so I have started again. Anyway after one weak I didn’t feel much uncomfortable doing them. It actually felt nice. I kept in mind about the breathing that really matters…. I did the full workout and enjoyed.
    To be continued………

  • I try this and my hips dips are literally gone i’m so happy + she’s so sweet and beautiful her workout are just amaaazing i really really love her thank you
    And the way she’s always smiling is just ❤️������

  • For any one wondering this workout works or not, it works so fast and like ur hip dips will be lost fr so i recomend all yall with hip disps cause it had change my life with 7 days yall

  • I am so happy I found this and found you. 28 different moves. In a public park. With solar glare on my phone. But I did it. Look forward to more! ������

  • Starting today. Beginning hip measurements: 33” at dips, 34.5” at fullest part
    Day1: ��✔️
    Day2: rest bc too sore
    Day3:missed
    Day4:missed ��
    Day5: ✔️ (medium resistance band on 2nd rep)
    Day6: ✔️(same resistance band 2nd rep)
    Day7: rest (3x’s/week for optimal results)
    Day8: ✔️. Measurements same

  • i know many people have said this, but i truly need the motivation for doing this. so every like i get, I’ll do this again. please��

  • great workout. A big thank you for bringing out this video. I was really for something so unique that would the hit all parts of our body and this is a real full body workout. Gonna try it tomorrow. All different workouts, time explained, how to do them was explained, rest time explained, good music and such a confident face. All that I was looking for.

  • For anyone wondering how long it will take them to get a six pack doing this workout… I this this workout twice a day for a week and I got a six pack:)

  • Too many jacks for no good reason. If you are trying this I suggest replace few of those jacks with mountain climbers or inchworms.