Best Exercise For Your Heart








No matter what your age is or your fitness level, we all know that exercising can help us get in shape and lower our risk of several diseases. But Dr Sameer Gupta, Cardiologist at MP Heart, tells us how much and at what level we should exercise for best results.

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49 Comments on “Best Exercise For Your Heart”

  1. Best exercise for heart is quit smoking and drinking. Drink Amla powder atleast 1 gram early morning empty stomach.

    Do Squats and Pushups… Stop eating food from outside. Stop eating refined oil. Better use Ghee or cold pressed oil.

    Sprint and Run atleast 2 times a week.
    Do Yoga 2 times a week. And yes most important life is a illusion so be a Hero than a Villian.

    Long live Mustafa Kemal.

  2. After the second shot of vaccine, I exercised heavily and it took a toll on my heart, because I had high levels of cholesterol. Now I'm on statins and normal exercise, I dearly advice everyone to check your cholesterol levels and then workout..

  3. Hi. 🙂 Please, let us pray together. Dear God who art in heaven hallow be thy name thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven, give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil for thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever in Jesus Christ's name we pray, amen.

  4. If you guys really want to make your heart healthy and happy try the planet Ayurveda' s product total heart support, arjuna tea bestever herbal product thansk a lot planet ayurveda for this.

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  6. Sir ji good morning aap ye btao jb mai kisi ki bhi injory ya blood ko dekhta hu to mai behose q ho jata hu but I want become a doctor so please tell me solutions this problem

  7. Ever since I gained weight during my birthday, I started cutting back on junk food and running to get my heart rate up. I also have to do a lot of running and cardiovascular exercises because I'm in frisbee at college and I have to practice running and throwing the frisbee. So I am doing my heart a favor and my whole body.

  8. This formula of 220 is in itself flawed. This is ancient science. I don’t know why most of the doctors stop studying once they are out of medical colleges. They never study later at research papers or other medical science developments. Irons is that medical school books which they study to become a doctor are not even updated with the latest research. Those books contain decade old stuff. Plus doctors who just barely pass are also called doctors as compared to who scores > 90% is also called a doctor….strange world.

  9. Finally my wife got cured from cardiovascular disease using an herbal mixture from Dr. Gbenga, after 9 years of battling with this illness which almost claim the joy of  our marriage, Get a permanent cure today using Dr. Gbenga herbal mixture.

  10. Hi Dr. Sameer Gupthaji. I am very much impressed with your informative videos. I need your advise and suggestion with regard to my BPM. I am 64 years old from India – a vegetarian – use 90 ml alcohol once in 4 days. I have been playing badminton for the last 25 years and I am a regular walker. Of late I am making a min 10000 steps a day and a max of 23000 steps a day. While my power walking, I noticed today that my BPM has touched 204 at peak stage and my average BPM was 152. While all this power walking I did not feel exerted or tired or any kind of symptoms and I noticed that my Heart Recovery Rate from 169 BPM to 137 BPM in 2 minutes. Can I continue my power walking wherein my BPM clocking at 180 some times, however, average is well below the allowed figure of 156 BPM (220 – 64 (my age). My RHR is 77 to 81 BPM and my sleeping BPM too almost same. My Cardiogram chart shows a BPM of 40 plus as LOW BPM. Your valuable advise shall be highly appreciated. Thank you.

  11. For 6 years I have been battling with cardiovascular disease which almost took my life, but when I came across Dr. Gbenga, I decided to give a try to his herbal mixture, which I used for sometime  but today am completely cured and strong, thank you Dr. Gbenga for your help.

  12. It seems a lot of the scientific evidence on developing cardiovascular health and performance is to do multiple sets maximal intensity heart rate capacity. Ex. 5 sets of 45s or less max effort activity. It could be burpees, pushing a sled, sprinting up a hill. And in between sets you rest for as long as you need till you feel ready to perform the next set near maximum capacity usually 5mins or so. Olympic endurance athletes use this as the most effective method for increasing cardiovascular fitness/endurance. It sounds ironic since the total time spent working is a lot less. You’ve got to be in healthy physical condition to be able to train safely this way though.

  13. Past My brother's heart is weak
    now he is using a Total heart support cap and he feels good.
    it is a very effective cap and it maintains and makes strong heart muscle.

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