Long term effects of exercise

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Muscles become stronger
You can complete moves with less chance of beaking a bone
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Joints become more stable
There is less chance of injury and you can put more power into moves
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Stronger ligaments and tendons
There is less chance of injury and prevents ripping
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Flexibility at joints increase
Allows you to move more freely and help prevent pulled muscles
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Lower resting heart rate
It allows your working heart rate to be lower and your cardio improves
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Recovery rate imporves
Helps you recover quicker and therefore perform quicker
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Greater tolerance to lactic acid
Helps you muscles not to ache after exercise
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Increased number of capillaries
Helps blood flow around the body which creates an oxygen flow around the body
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Breathing becomes more efficient
Your muscles are supplied with more oxygen and this allows more oxygen to be supplied to the lungs
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Vital capacity increases
More air can be breathed out of the body in one breath
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Impoved lung capacity
More oxygen can be supplied to working lungs
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More oxygen
As more oxygen is flowing around the body there is less fatigue
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Card 2

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There is less chance of injury and you can put more power into moves

Back

Joints become more stable

Card 3

Front

There is less chance of injury and prevents ripping

Back

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Card 4

Front

Allows you to move more freely and help prevent pulled muscles

Back

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Card 5

Front

It allows your working heart rate to be lower and your cardio improves

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