Whether you live with HIV or not, working out is part of a healthy lifestyle that is essential to everyone. Regular exercising improves the state and functionality of human systems, organs as well as regulating long-term side effects which result in healthy being.
Exercising improves muscle mass, blood sugar levels, reduction of fat, promotes body awareness and strength to perform daily functions. The benefits can be endless ranging from social to health benefits.
Also, what is worth noting is that: different type of training may be relevant to different stages and one’s progress in their HIV treatment. As thus, people living with HIV should consult their physicians before engaging in extra activities such as training/exercising.