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This time I''m talking about "moderate exercise"!
You hear that a lot, don't you?
But how much does "moderate" mean?
The answer is you will do [breathing little faster and a little sweating] after exercise.
This "moderation" will vary depending on your age and basic physical fitness. It's pretty hard to run if someone who isn't exercise is suddenly running.
So don't ever overdo it, and if you're not used to exercising, or if you haven't been physically active in a long time, please be careful. Also, Do your prep work well in advance. Or just wear a little thicker clothing and walk faster until you get used to it!
By the way, if you're going to walk, I recommend a well-paved sidewalk, but if you're going to run, try to do it as much as possible. Avoid roads that are paved with asphalt. You could injure your knees and ankles. Instead, go to a place like a school ground, or on the grass, for a little cushion. Especially if you have a lot of weight, your knees, ankles, and back are likely to get sore quickly when you run on hard roads. So be careful.
Swimming seems to be the most moderate load on the body.
Start by walking in the water, and once you get used to it a bit, swim shorter distances. Then gradually increase the distance, and before you know it, you'll have improved both your strength and your cardiorespiratory function!
Please don't push yourself too hard and keep up the good work!