Workout is a great beauty treatment for your skin.

When you work out, the blood flow to your skin increases as your body expels the extra heat your muscles generate. This increased blood flow brings nutrients to your skin, gets rid of wastes, and gives you that radiant "glow."

A study suggests that regular exercise can also give you thicker skin - a seemingly dubious benefit, until you consider that thicker skin tends to wrinkle later and generally age more gracefully than thinner skin.

Warm up:

  1. Warming up before a workout helps prevent muscle strain and injury. Warming up for 5 to 10 minutes enables you to move, run, play, and maneuver with greater speed. When your muscles are cold, they simply won't move as fast.
  2. Warming up simply means doing light aerobic exercise such as walking, jogging, or easy cycling. Your warm-up activity should be comfortable, not forced or strenuous.
  3. Don't confuse warming up with stretching. They're two different processes. You should always warm up first, then stretch. (If you stretch cold muscles, you're risking muscle tears.)


Always stretch before and after exercise. Stretching warms up muscles and prevents them from being pulled or torn. Stretching after exercise helps prevent soreness the next day.

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