Fitness & Physical Activity


Exercise is a type of physical activity, however, it is not required for physical activity. What’s the difference between the two?

Physical activity involves more than just the exercise

 A systematic program of activities aimed at gaining or maintaining physical fitness is referred to as exercise. It is, in fact, a type of physical activity. Any sort of exercise or movement of the body that requires energy is referred to as physical activity. Doing active duties around the house, yard maintenance, and walking the dog are examples of daily living activities.  

Different types of activities

1. Aerobic

Aerobic exercises force you to breathe harder, which benefits your heart and blood vessels. These are some of them:

  •  Walking
  •  Dancing
  •  Water aerobics (swimming)
  • Running and jogging
  • Classes for aerobic exercise
  • Riding a bicycle 
  • Some gardening tasks, such as raking and driving a lawn mower, are physically demanding.
  • Golfing Tennis
  1. Flexibility 

      Flexibility-enhancing activities guarantee that the joints have a wide range of motion.            Physical difficulties such as pain syndromes and balance disorders can be exacerbated by a lack of flexibility. Range of motion can be influenced by gender, age, and heredity. Exercises to improve flexibility include:

  • Stretching
  • Yoga
  • Tai Chi, also known as Qi Gong.
  •  Pilates
  1. Strengthening – muscles

          Muscle-strengthening exercises help you gain strength. Legs, hips, back, chest, stomach, shoulders, and arms are all worked out in these activities, which include:

  • Digging, shoveling
  • Performing weightlifting
  • Push-ups against the wall or on the floor
  • Sit-ups
  • Using resistance bands to train (long, wide rubber strips that stretch)

What exactly is fitness?

        Aerobic activities that get your heart and lungs working quickly promote cardiovascular    fitness. Muscle strength, flexibility, and balance are also factors. To enhance your fitness, you don’t need to invest in pricey equipment. Walking is an example of a low-cost, high-intensity kind of physical activity that is accessible to practically everyone. There are a lot of house and yard chores to be done.

Leading a healthy life entails more than following fad diets and exercising on a sporadic basis; it also entails embracing the concept of living life to the fullest by ensuring that you take care of yourself. Total Health and Workout’ weight loss programme combines a personal fitness programme with a nutritionist eating plan to support a healthy lifestyle.

When a fitness programme is devised, just one person in mind is considered: you. All of our programmes are tailored to your specific needs and objectives. The following are some of the perks offered in the Total Health & Fitness plan:

  1. Meetings with a skilled trainer and dietitian on a weekly basis
  2. Nutritional plan created specifically for you
  3. Exercise programme that is unique to you
  4. In-depth body composition analysis once a week
  5. a wide range of recipes

For many years, fitness programmes have existed with the goal of combining two crucial components that help us maintain our bodies healthy and fit: physical activity and a good diet. Everyone is unique, and there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to your health and long-term well-being. A wellness programme instils in you the value of staying active and eating healthily.