A Post-Op Guide to Fitness Exercise is a key to achieving the body you want after bariatric weight loss surgery. Getting started on a gradual exercise and physical activity plan is a very important part of bariatric surgery. An exercise plan should begin before, and resume as soon as allowed by you doctor after bariatric surgery. Any exercise or activity plan should be closely supervised by a doctor. A consistent exercise or activity plan aids in reaching and maintaining an optimal weight loss
Are you used to moderate to vigorous exercise? Do you shy away from trying out high-intensity interval training? Hey, it happens. Good news, though — listening to music may make it easier for you to adopt short duration exercise regimens.
Have you ever started a new habit with a lot of enthusiasm and built up some great momentum? Maybe you were able to work out three times a week for an entire month. It feels great, and every day you stick with it you’re resolved to continue tomorrow.
A new study from the University of Sydney has found that regular aerobic exercise can improve artery health in people with Type 2 diabetes. The findings shed new light on exercise as a therapy in this population.