It is known that sports are useful for physical and mental health.
Routine exercise can reduce the risk of heart disease, some types of cancers and type 2 diabetes, for example.
It also improves the mental aspect, as it increases the level of endorphins in the body (also called the "hormone of happiness"), which affects our mood and self-esteem.
Professor of Physiotherapy, Julie Broderick, from the Dublin University Center, published an article titled "Conversation" on BBC, where she studied, among other things, which sports are appropriate for the moment of life we are.
The expert said that for childhood it is important to play or play a sporting aspect. Good examples would be swimming, ball games or wrestling.
Broderick expanded to lose interest in sports in adolescence, especially in women. It is therefore important that we enter the sports world because in a complex age it helps to reduce stress and anxiety. Two good sports, they say, are swimming and athletics.
A decade 20, according to an expert, is best for exercising sports, as the body reaches the maximum possible reaction points and recovery. The body also draws oxygen faster than ever. Recommend rugby, rowing or weights.
Since the age of 30, he claims that work, family and emotional obligations are greater, and therefore recommends high-intensity sports, but in a short time. It recommends cycling, especially the practice of sprinting and running.
The expert added that at the age of 40 you began to gain weight and it is important to do a resilient work with the gym and weights because it attacks fat accumulation and reverses the loss of muscle mass between 3 and 8 percent for every decade of life. . The woman also advises you to start training and pilates.
At 50 years old, he claims that physical decline is emphasized, as well as the occurrence of chronic diseases and heart disease. Recommend walking or running with ankle boards and practices such as yoga.
At the age of 60, the risk of chronic illness is even greater, and the good news is that this exercise will be eliminated. For this decade, Broderick advises dance halls or light walks.
From the age of 70 years and more, the expert said that it is important for exercise to improve physical, mental and cognitive health, although it is always under medical care. The most recommended is walking, she says.
Although they are accurate, these are not mandatory parameters because there are different organisms, examples and situations.
However, for the implementation of any sport, it is necessary and even obligatory to submit strict and complete health checks at least once a year.