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That’s aerobic exercise (also known as “cardio” in gym lingo); any activity that you can sustain for more than just a few minutes while your heart, lungs, and muscles work overtime.

Here’s what happens inside your body when you do aerobic exercise regularly:

Your heart gets stronger and pumps more blood with each beat (larger stroke volume).
Greater stroke volume means the heart doesn’t have to pump as fast to meet the demands of exercise.
Downstream from the heart are your muscles, which get more efficient at consuming oxygen when you do regular aerobic exercise
Mitochondria inside the muscle increase in number and activity. Mitochondria are the powerhouses of your cells. They do all the heavy-duty work to keep you moving. They use the oxygen to burn the fat and carbohydrate that makes you go. The good news is that they increase in number and activity, by as much as 50%, in just a matter of days to weeks in response to regular aerobic exercise in adults of all ages.

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