Akash Brahmbhatt: The Health Benefits of Tennis

When looking for a way to stay fit or lose weight, many people dread the thought of running countless miles. However, there are a lot of other activities that have similar fitness benefits. Tennis is a great option for people who are looking to disguise working out with a fun and social game.

Here are a few ways that tennis can benefit your physical fitness level.

·    Building Stamina

If you’re not a tennis veteran, chances are you’ll miss hitting the ball pretty often. Hand eye coordination takes a great deal of practice, especially if it has always been a weak point. Don’t worry! You’ll get plenty of bonus exercise when you chase after the constantly bouncing yellow ball. As you continue to play, this chore will become easier as your stamina increases.

·    Improving Upper Body Strength

You may not notice while you’re playing, but hitting the ball with the racket can quickly build muscle in your arms, shoulders, chest and back. It can even help you build up significant strength in your abdomen. A solid core can protect you from back injuries.

·    Increasing Your Heart Rate

Running after the ball, bending over frequently to pick it up and swinging the racket are all factors in increasing your heart rate. According to National Public Radio, increasing your heart rate with as little as 72 minutes per week of exercise will help your muscles use oxygen more efficiently. With time, your body will be able to move with much less effort.

Akash Brahmbhatt, owner of a few assisted living communities in Texas, recommends that his active tenants use tennis as a way to stay healthy and agile. Anyone from 6 to 76 can enjoy the health benefits of the sport.

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About Akash Brahmbhatt

Akash Brahmbhatt says that to run a truly successful business you need to have the organizational skills to break up each task into tasks that are far easier to complete. Over the years he has learned much about the business, and has now begun to focus on the future of the industry. He says that elderly care is a hotly debated topic in America, and that they are currently experience much reform. In this regard his facility is ahead of the curve, constantly remaining vigilant to keep the facility up to date in all aspects. Akash says that the next step is going green in assisted living.
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