You’ve probably heard me say before not to worry so much about what you are doing for exercise and how you are doing it, but just to move more. While that is a statement I stand by, there are circumstances where you need more.
What might those circumstances be?
If you have a specific training goal - a race, event, etc.
If your weight loss has stalled and you don’t know why.
If you keep getting injured or have chronic pain.
If you feel like you’re always getting sick.
What does “more” entail? Heart rate guided training. Please take a few minutes to read, “5 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Heart Rate Training” for a more in-depth explanation.
I’m a huge believer in exercising smarter, not harder. Heart rate guided training allows us to do just that by using our own heart rates to guide the intensity of our workouts.
Our brand new class, Fab FIIT, starting September 4th, will teach and guide clients how to use their heart rates to get the maximum benefit from each workout while exercising at an appropriate level for them.
Stay tuned for my review of the Polar H10 heart rate strap later this week and why we recommend a chest strap over a wrist-based heart rate monitor for our new class. If you aren’t following us on Facebook, make sure to do so now. We share a ton of free, valuable information on Facebook and our other social channels.