Gunmarie
Persson
Social media
Hospitality industry
Kee
Bergman
Market strategist
Project Manager
Matej
Supej
Professor
Senior Supervisor
Benedikt
Fasel
Doctor
Founder Archinisis
Alessandro
Galloppini
Performance
Engineer
Marko
Laaksonen
Associate Professor
Senior Supervisor
Matthias
Gilgien
Associate Professor
Senior Supervisor

180721 Can sports make me live longer?

One of the goals of our Internet of Sports project is to contribute to public health.
I have always been into competitive sports, I started when I was 2 years old and continued with several different sports and also studied to become a physical trainer. Sports on all levels is a lifestyle, and if you are a part of this lifestyle it all natural – you just do it!
Sports has a great advantage – it does not have to be tough or competitive, it can be just be walking or jogging half an hour a day.
But you need to get your heart pumping. Circulate!
Circulation is the key, and it is also about living a nice life being able to do what you really want because you are healthy and can do so.

Adults participating in a high overall level of sports and exercise are at 34 % lower risk of dealth according to “The Conversation”, than those who never or rarely engage in such activities. This generic evidence, however, does not imply that all sports equally affect health. Some sports might be more efficient than others.
Take a read right here:
http://theconversation.com/which-sports-are-best-for-health-and-long-life-67636

(Picture from “The Conversation”)