If you ever needed a drive not to skip breast, that's it. Scientists have just found the number of push-ups of middle-aged men in order to significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Scientists have held decades of research that covers everything from diagnosis of coronary artery disease and major events such as heart failure compared to those who could only make 10 taper or less.
"Our data suggests that push-up power can be a simple, inexpensive method to help assess the risk of cardiovascular disease in virtually any environment," said Justin Yang, author of the study.
is highly susceptible to the risk of cardiovascular disease than the results of tests on submaximal treadmills. "
A study by a resident of the Department of Environmental Protection at Harvard is the first known study to detect the relationship between spin-offs and cardiovascular disease
The team got its results by analyzing health data from 1
. All these prohibitions occurred in men who had only 40 push-ups or less during the basic exam. From this result, researchers estimated that men who had the ability to make more than 40 push-outs had 96% less risk of developing CVD compared to those who could make less than 10 tapping
. 40 push your goal to a longer life, the authors of the study warn that their subjects consisted of middle-aged men who were professionally active. In other words, for men and women of all ages who are less active, there may be a little more work with the legs.
Nevertheless, from past research it has been shown that improving the quality of life is the ultimate key to extending service life, be it