Thu 27 Jun, 2019
Why We Should Still Do Cardio
In today’s society, going for a run or taking a bike ride is dismissed for weights. This is due to the change in dynamic within the industry. So, we are writing a blog for our long lost friend cardio. We look at research which looks at the positive impacts cardio can bring to a workout, and why we should continue to do it.
To begin with, by completing cardiovascular workouts, it is more likely that you body will increase its blood flow and therefore give the muscles more energy . As a result, this will therefore will allow for better workout performances .
Helps Regulate Blood Sugar
It has been indicated by research, that by completing some form of cardiovascular will regulate insulin and lower blood sugar . Allowing to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes 
Moreover, by completing a run or bike ride, there are endorphins which are released . This helps you feel good after completing cardio .
Increases Heart Health
Finally, by having you heart work at a higher rate, it is likely that it keep it safe and therefore will be able to keep you healthier .
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 U.S.News, 2016. Should you even bother with cardio. Retrieved from: https://health.usnews.com/wellness/articles/2016-03-25/should-you-even-bother-with-cardio
 Healthline, 2018. What are the benefits of Aerobic Exercise. Retrieved from: https://www.healthline.com/health/fitness-exercise/benefits-of-aerobic-exercise
 Clark, S.,2019. 5 Great Benefits of Cardiovascular Exercise. Retrieved from: https://www.bodybuilding.com/content/5-great-benefits-of-cardiovascular-exercise.html