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How to Exercise Safely After Angioplasty|coronary artery stent surgery When plaque begins to block blood flow to your heart, you have an increased risk for chest pain, heart attacks and other cardiac events. An angioplasty can help improve the blood flow to the heart. After this procedure, it's essential to begin a heart-healthy lifestyle. Exercising after this procedure is generally an important part of your long-term recovery.[1] Be safe and smart when it comes to the type, amount, and intensity of the exercise you choose. That way, you can allow your body to heal and work to prevent further cardiac issues. 1 Start with a warm-up and end with a cool-down. One essential type and part of your exercise routine is your warm-up and your cool-down. Include both after you've had an angioplasty. Even though a warm-up and a cool-down aren't a specific type of exercise, they are a specific component to safe exercise after any type of cardiac procedure.[11] A warm-up should be about five to 10 minutes long. Choose a very low intensity, low impact exercise that is a slowed-down version of the exercise you will be doing. For example, a slow walk on the treadmill before jogging. The goal of the warm-up is to help your heart rate slowly increase and to get your muscles warm and loose and take them through their full range of motion. A cool-down is very similar to a warm-up. It should also be about five to 10 minutes in length and be a low intensity, slower paced exercise. Again, walking would work. The cool down allows your heart rate and blood pressure return to more normal levels without a quick drop in your activity. 2 Incorporate a 30 minute walk most days. One very safe and frequently recommended exercise is a 30 minute walk. This is a great exercise for most angioplasty patients to start with. Studies have shown that one of the best exercises to start with is walking. Aim for a 30 minute walk most days of the week.[12] If you currently cannot walk for 30 minutes, this
28 Sep 2017
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Level One Warm Up
2 Mar 2007
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Enzo engined derivative being warmed up by a ferrari technician
26 Apr 2007
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*******www.fitnesscircuit***.za for more fitness tips and info. Guy demonstrates fitness circuit workout program warming up and stretching 1. Fitness circuit exercise program. Fitness circuit workouts.
9 Nov 2007
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Guy demonstrating fitness exercise program warming up and stretching. Fitness circuit training program. Fitness stretching exercise. Fitness warming up and stretching. For more fitness exercise videos and tips then go to *******www.fitnesscircuit***.za
9 Nov 2007
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this is my warm up routine for work
25 Jan 2008
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*******www.zipidee****/MultipleSearch.aspx?cat=Action%20Sports The famous Brazilian Warm Up based on Rhythm and Team Unity. *******www.zipidee****
8 Feb 2008
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Essential warm up elements
30 Nov 2008
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v8 warming up
26 Feb 2008
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Great dynamic warm up for the hamstrings
27 Apr 2008
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Essential dynamic warm up all you need is a wall!
9 Apr 2009
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Warming your body up before exercise is one of the most important things you could do. When your body is warm you will perform better and are more resistant to injury than if your body was cold. This exercise is a great way to warm up and get your blood pumping. Learn more at TVLesson**** for more about health and exercise.
9 Oct 2008
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The Weekend Warrior Workout demonstrates the dynamic warm up routine to do just before your workout plan. Go To: *******www.TheWeekendWarriorWorkout**** for more information.
9 Feb 2009
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Tanya Stroh, the creator of TanyaStroh****, talks about the importance of proper warm ups and cool downs when working out
25 Nov 2008
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*******www.GuitarHangout**** - Bass Warm Up Exercises to help you build strength and dexterity in your hands. Distributed by Tubemogul.
2 Dec 2008
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Just Ask Baby's I Feel channel gives you a unique insight into your child’s emotional development, including easy, difficult and 'slow to warm up' behavioral traits.
17 Dec 2008
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