Blogs about Heart Rate

Thursday, September 28, 2017 • Fairfax, VA 22031
On the go fitness pro
Using a heart rate monitor is a no brainer when you’re trying to get in shape. A heart rate monitor gives you lots of data and lets you know if you’re over training or under training. When you over train, your body will feel sore and you won’t have the motivation to stick to your workouts. If you’re under training you won’t see much improvement in your fitness program. How does a heart rate monitor work?
Saturday, November 08, 2014 • Round Rock, TX 78681
Denise Lee's Blog
The middle of the month is the time when I conduct physical assessments for my clients. It is also when I take measurements and perform a series of tests to assess how my prescribed exercise has impacted their body. I also take vitals, which include weight and blood pressure. I have a secret to share with you-I have a dual purpose of checking their blood pressure. Yes, of course of I want to screen out any potential cardiovascular disorders but I also want to acquire their target heart rate (THR). The THR is the secret sauce that I used optimize a client’s workout program
Thursday, June 12, 2014 • Oshawa, ON L1H 2P9, CA
Darcy Broadbent's Blog
Measuring intensity can be important for your aerobic activity. The intensity (or level of demand placed on your body) should be high enough that you are benefiting from the exercise but not so high that....well...you pass out! The only accurate way to do this is to hook yourself up to expensive lab equipment and not only would it be too bulky and inconvenient to pull behind you during your morning run, it would probably clash with what you were wearing.