Blogs about Cardio

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 • Berkely, CA 94704
Craig Middleton's Blog
Pool ownership is a subject that you may have thought about at least once in your life. Yes, owning a pool could be expensive due to the maintenance, heating, and water use.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 • Berkely, CA 94704
Craig Middleton's Blog
In society, there are many people that are crazy about looking their best, especially in the summertime when people want to look their great in swimsuits.
Tuesday, February 27, 2018 • Orlando, FL 32806
Perfect Musings and Workouts
March Cardio Program Two Days a WeekFR"Connect"Wake Up -5 inchworms to Alternating Runners Stretch w RotationConditioning: Row 400m or Run .25 miles Rest exact amount of time you complete Row or Run Repeat 5 rounds trying to maintain pace Strength Workout #1-“The 300”
Monday, January 15, 2018
Stuart clock's Blog
Resorbable stentsThe technological advances in medicine have brought promising results, particularly for cardiology. Knowing that myocardial infarction reaches one person every 43 seconds in the United States, according to the WHO, its acute phase can now be treated with the absorbable stent "Absorb.” This is a major technological innovation because resorbable stents are biodegradable elements. Their role is the same as that of metal stents, that is to say, fixed inside the coronaries to serve as prostheses.
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?
Friday, July 14, 2017 • Phoenix, AZ 85003
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 • Pine Bush, NY 12566
Juliet Gould's Blog
 You really meant to go for a morning run or two during the workweek, but just never got around to it. Or, let’s face it, maybe you didn’t plan out time to exercise during the busy week and, not surprisingly, that’s just how it worked out. You didn’t do cardio or strength training – morning, noon or night.