Exercise and Physical Activity to Promote Health | Abstract
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European Journal of Sports & Exercise Science


Exercise and Physical Activity to Promote Health

Author(s): Katharina Scarpelli*

The development of your child's fundamental movement abilities is aided by regular physical activity (i.e. physical literacy). Physical activity can assist develop strong bones, muscles, a healthy heart, and lungs in addition to maintaining healthy body weight. Maintaining a healthy body weight is another benefit of physical activity for your child. While any form of exercise is beneficial for your health, moderate-to-vigorous activity—that is, movement that makes you breathe more forcefully and perspire—has been linked to even greater advantages. Regular exercise can aid ladies with premenstrual syndrome by reducing symptoms in addition to other general physical advantages. This is due to the fact that moderate exercise encourages the body to release endorphin-producing chemicals