September 8, 2019 =========
☆ vigorous 活気のある
One of the useful phrases this week is, “Vigorous activity each day is good for our health.” Some examples of vigorous activity are running, jogging, swimming laps, tennis, bicycle riding, jumping rope and hiking uphill.
These days, a lot of people wear the activity trackers, the ones with heart rate monitors can also track the intensity, so you know whether it is moderate or vigorous. The Mayo Clinic in the US, suggests that 150 minutes a week of moderate to vigorous activity is good, but if you really want to improve your fitness, aim for 300 minutes!!
I wish I could do 300 minutes weekly, but it seems a little unrealistic with a job and a family! How about you? How much vigorous activity do you do each week?