Fast walking can restore bowel disease
Normal walking speed should be maintained at 60 to 90 steps per minute, preferably 20 to 30 minutes each time.
This method is suitable for elderly people with coronary heart disease, hypertension, cerebral sequelae or respiratory disease.
Take quick walks and brisk walks for 30 to 40 minutes each.
This method is suitable for patients with chronic arthritis and gastrointestinal disease recovery period.
Walking backwards is also called walking backwards.
Keep your knees straight while walking, look forward, and go back 100 steps each time, and then walk 100 steps forward repeatedly. It is advisable to not feel tired.
This method can prevent waist and leg pain and gastrointestinal dysfunction in the elderly.
Quantitative walking is to complete the specified distance according to a specific route, speed and time. It is best to alternate the flat road with climbing and climbing, combining speed and slowness.
This method is very beneficial to exercise the cardiopulmonary function of the elderly.
When walking with swing arms, both arms will swing with the pace.
This method can strengthen bones and joints and respiratory function, prevent and treat periarthritis of the shoulder.
Abdominal walking is a traditional exercise regimen for traditional Chinese medicine.
Rotate and massage the abdomen with both hands every step for one step, alternating between forward and reverse, 40 to 60 steps per minute, 5 to 10 minutes each time.
This method is suitable for the elderly with chronic gastrointestinal diseases.