Characterized by abnormally strong pressure on the arterial wall at all times including at rest.

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To control hypertension, it is extremely important to do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity, physical activity per week. Below is a sample weekly training plan to get you started on the right foot.

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* Walk with a moderate intensity, where you should be able to speak, but not sing, during the activity.

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Cardiovascular training (20 min) + Resistance Training (35 min).

A - Start with a warm-up, the goal is to prepare the body for training.
A1 - Walk for 10 minutes at a moderate intensity.

B - To complete your circuit training, perform exercices B1 to B5, taking a 30-60 second rest after each exercise. Based on your fitness level, repeat the circuit 3-5 more times.
For each exercise, perform as many repetitions as possible in 30 seconds:
B1 - Body weight Squats;
B2 - Push-ups on knees;
B3 - Bridge;
B4 - Mountain climber;
B5 - Jumping Jacks.

C - Always finish with a cool down to relax your muscles and avoid a drop in blood pressure that can cause dizziness or, in extreme cases, fainting.
C1 - Walk for 10 miutes to calmly recover.

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