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Hawaii's Annual Fitness Exhibition at The Blaisdell Arena

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HI Fit Expo Activities includes everything Fitness

 

Do you have what it takes to join HI Fit Expo?

To clarify: You should be FIT

That is to say, you should try at least one of our games, activities or competition! After that, you can win some fabulous prices and get a chance to be Mr and Mrs Fit 2019! 

 

What is HI Fit Expo?

Hi Fit Expo is about Fitness…

Fitness includes cardiovascular movement, which is enhanced by aerobic activities that get your heart and lungs working faster. It likewise consists of muscle strength, flexibility, and balance.

Moreover, you do not need to get expensive, expensive equipment to enhance your fitness. Strolling for example is a way to get physical activity that is available to almost everyone. In addition, lots of home and garden tasks can assist construct strength also.

Aerobic activities

Aerobic activities make you breathe harder and make your heart and capillary healthier. These include:

  • Strolling
  • Dancing
  • Swimming
  • Water aerobics
  • Jogging and running
  • Aerobic workout classes
  • Bike riding (stationary or on a path).
  • Some gardening activities, such as raking and pushing a lawnmower.
  • Tennis.
  • Playing golf (without a cart).

Flexibility

Flexibility-enhancing activities make sure an excellent range of movement in the joints. Loss of flexibility can be a predisposing element for physical problems, such as pain syndromes or balance disorders. Gender, age, and genes might all affect series of motion. Versatility exercises consist of:.

  • Stretching.
  • Yoga.
  • Tai Chi or Qi Gong.
  • Pilates.

Muscle-strengthening.

Muscle-strengthening activities build up your strength. These activities work all the different parts of the body– legs, hips, back, chest, stomach, shoulders, and arms– and consist of:.

  • Heavy gardening (digging, shoveling).
  • Lifting weights.
  • Push-ups on the flooring or against the wall.
  • Sit-ups.
  • Working with resistance bands (long, large rubber strips that stretch).
  • Pilates.

 

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