Exercise burns fat and works against adipose tissue creation. The harder a person works, the more blood and oxygen the body is going to need.
All rights reserved. Exercise has been shown to protect against nearly every type of chronic acquired cardiovascular disease.
Effects of Exercise on the Heart Aerobic exercise promotes cardiovascular health, while physical inactivity is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. The physiological benefits of exercise on the heart include increased blood filling and pumping ability and improved oxygenation.
However if they are united they have the potential to build upon each other and ultimately improving health, fitness, and the quality of life. With a decreased RHR and a similar stroke volume, the heart is getting more blood to the body with less effort.