Personalizing the Target


The second recommendation regarding perceived exertion pertains to the instructional strategy utilized by this author for his clients over the last several years: developing a personalized target heart rate range (PTHRR). The concept is basic and effective, and involves the consistent monitoring and recording of both heart rate and perceived exertion during each exercise session. The initial development of a PTHRR usually requires 10 to 20 consecutive exercise sessions, with further refinement occurring over subsequent workouts. (more…)

Taking Health Clubs by Storm


Question: What’s a fitness seeker’s ultimate fantasy?

Answer: A workout that can be easily adapted to your needs, does not leave you feeling self-conscious, and focuses on your mind and your body.

This fantasy workout can now be found in health clubs worldwide. It’s a new kind of stationary cycling called “Spinning┬«.”

Spinning classes utilize specially designed stationary cycles which enable you to easily adjust the resistance to your own fitness level. Spinning naturally lends itself to an individualized workout that burns serious calories, tones the lower body, and creates aerobic improvement that can transfer over to other activities.


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