Apr. 20, 2021
The Benefits of Playing Football
Playing football has many aspects to clinical physical exercise. It can increase the core strength of the body, increase the coordination between various muscle groups, and improve the response and adaptability of physical exercisers. At the same time, it can play a role in losing weight, increasing cardiopulmonary function, improving hypoxia tolerance and so on. Therefore, for young people who often play football, it is very good for physical exercise. It can strengthen the body and enhance immunity. But clinically, it is not recommended to play football for some patients with chronic diseases such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, especially those with heart problems. Because football is relatively high-intensity training, so in the process of playing football, the requirements for cardiopulmonary function are relatively high. For patients with cardiopulmonary insufficiency, it is easy to cause accidents, such as cardiovascular accidents in the heart, causing myocardial infarction and other problems, which are more common clinically. Therefore, it is not recommended for such people, and some gentle exercise is recommended.