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Resting and Exercise Heart Rates Predict Heart Attacks by Heartstrong Registered NurseFacebook Posted Sun 05 Jul 2009 10:19pm Many people exercise to lose weight, improve fitness levels and prevent heart disease.  When we do aerobic exercise we try to increase our heart rate.  Researchers in Paris have been evaluating men’s heart rate responses to exercise and have found some interesting observations. Heart attack risk is four times greater in men whose resti ... Read on »
Maximum heart rate: Is it harmful to exceed it during exercise? by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:12pm Some people enjoy using a heart rate monitor and find that it helps to motivate them, but you don’t need one. You can tell how fast your heart is beating just by paying attention to how you breathe. The only heart rate that you need to know is the training heart rate that makes your heart stronger. To strengthen your heart, you have to exercise ... Read on »
Exercise Machines and Heart Rate Monitors by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm by Brett Blumenthal After teaching aerobics for 12 years or so, I have become highly perceptive in knowing my  heart rate zone without necessarily taking my pulse.  Not to the exact beats per minute of course, but definitely within a relatively accurate range.  Nonetheless, every so often while exercising, I will place my hands on the equipmen ... Read on »
Monitoring Your Heart Rate During Exercise by NTrainers Posted Sun 13 Mar 2011 2:03am Do you have a regular exercise plan? Have you arranged for a program to safeguard and improve the strength of your heart? If you do any sort of athletic activity, from walking to strength training; you should be regularly monitoring your heart rate, or you are missing a vital piece of the puzzle.   Charge up the stairs from the subway and y ... Read on »
Heads up Ladies…Looks like New Math Needed for Exercise Heart Rate by Deb Froehlich Posted Tue 13 Jul 2010 2:47pm New study may have come up with a more accurate estimate for healthy women to predict peak exercise heart rate. Ladies, we may have been making things harder on ourselves for a lot of years. A new study out of my home town ( Chicago ) may have come up with a more accurate estimate for healthy women to predict peak exercise he ... Read on »
The heart rate response to swimming is more moderate than the response seen in dry land exercise by CoachKennedy Posted Wed 28 Oct 2009 10:42pm Important!!! The heart rate response to swimming is more moderate than the response seen in dry land exercise.. Warm-up: 250 to 400 meters easy crawl, breast, and back strokes. Do not over-exert yourself! 4x50 balance drill: Scissors kick with arms extended in front of you (without a kickboard). Your head should be in the water and tur ... Read on »
Exercising With A Heart Rate Monitor by MITCHEL D. Facebook Posted Wed 06 Jun 2012 1:47am I’ll be honest I’m a tech junkie and when tech meets fitness, count me in. I will admit that I do draw the line at MP3 players and running. The one exception I have to running with music is on a treadmill. Since I’m still being honest I’d rather stick a spoon in my eye than run in place for an hour but if I have music it’s somewhat tolerable. B ... Read on »
Everything You Need To Know About How Heart Rate Zones Work (And How To Become An Exercise Physiology Ninja). by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Sat 16 Mar 2013 12:00am Welcome to the first chapter in Part 2 of Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance Health & Life. In this chapter, you’re going to learn everything you need to know about how heart rate zones work, and exactly what happens to your body, muscles and energy systems as you train in these different zones. But wait? Isn’t [...] Read on »
Exercise, Heart Rate and Artery-Clogging Fast Food by Blake H. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Sep 2011 10:33am I have now written over 500 . That’s pretty cool. Here are a few of the latest: How different parts of your body respond to exercise and why you need to exercise regularly. Exercise intensity does matter. Here’s how to figure what intensity level is right for you. You may want to cut back on the fast food ... Read on »
Heart Rate and Post-Exertional Crashes in CFS by Sue J. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Feb 2011 7:12pm I've been meaning to write this post for a while now.  Sorry for the delay - we've had some very stressful weeks here lately. I want to explain what I've learned in the last couple of months about how monitoring heart rate can help someone with ME/CFS to avoid post-exertional crashes.  At the end of last year, I posted a link to an excellent a ... Read on »