Instead of relying on cookie-cutter formulas, you can use your heart as an interactive gauge to tailor your workouts to your own unique body. Learn that the heart matters and use the powerful information it provides to build your peak physique.
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11-12-2003, 02:52 PM #1
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Jeremy Likness - Heart Matters: Are You Training Your Heart?
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11-13-2003, 11:23 PM #3
this is the best part
When you are training, don't forget the most important muscle: your heart. Not only is it an indicator of health, it is a tool that can help to improve your health. Instead of relying on cookie-cutter formulas, you can use your heart as an interactive gauge to tailor your workouts to your own unique body. Learn that the heart matters and use the powerful information it provides to build your peak physique.
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11-21-2006, 09:05 AM #5UnregisteredGuest
Resting Heart Rate
I just got back from having an EKG, for a pre-op appointment. The tech doing the EKG was surprised that my Resting Rate was 52.
The anesthesiologist came back in and after discussing my activity with her; she stated that I have trained my heart to rest at a lower rate...
I have a personal trainer 3 days a week, intense workout for approximately 1.5 hours on those days. I walk 4-6 miles 2 nights a week. I also have been running in 5K races...
What do you think?
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