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You may have already started to dip your foot into the pool of your spring exercise program, and now, a few weeks into it, your muscles are probably feeling a little sore and tired. Don’t give up yet. If you haven’t done so yet, I’d strongly recommend getting a massage for all of your good efforts.
You see, you’ve taken the first step that most people never even get to, and that is creating a new habit in your life. This good exercise habit will make you look hot and sexy during the bikini season just about to knock on our door. So, good for you, and keep up the good work. And, whatever you do,don’t give up.
You know what, though? I’m going to take this to the next level. I’m going to help you create a challenge for yourself so that you can get to your weight loss goal faster, and tone and firm 60 areas in your body much quicker than you expected.
There’s a scientific trick to all of this. You see, our body is an engine. It’s governed by certain rules of gravity and numbers. There’s one number that you must know to ramp up and tone your body, and to get down to your ideal weight when you work out. That number is your maximum heart rate.
If you work out within your maximum heart rate interval or zone, you automatically shed the extra pounds, because your body is working at an intensity level designed specifically for you. It releases chemicals, burns fats, and automatically adjusts, just because you’re working out at your optimal maximum heart rate.
To find out the heart rate number specifically for you, what you need to do is subtract your age from 220, if you’re e a woman, or 226 if you are a man. Once you’ve figured out that number — I know, I know, there’s a bit of math involved — but once you’ve got that number, take out a calculator and multiply it by 85%.
That new number is your heart rate and is the number you should be working at. The best way to do this is to get a heart rate monitor. It’s the easiest, simplest thing, and then all you have to do is glance at it during your workout.
If you’re just getting started, it’s going to be a bit of a challenge, but you’re up for the challenge, right? I know you are. So, all you have to do now is always make sure that you are aiming towards working at this optimum heart rate number. Whether you’re just getting started, or at different times or zones doing the workout, you always want to be hitting your maximum heart rate.
If you’re not, that’s okay. You’re just starting and beginning to push yourself. Sometimes you may get overzealous and end up working at more than your maximum heart rate. That’s okay, because it’s very difficult to keep up your maximum heart rate for an entire 45 to 60 minute session, when you’re first working out.
Do the best you can, and do get a heart rate monitor and monitor you. This one simple little tweak done consistently every single time you get to the gym will help you get toned, look firmer, magically feel better, and get into the best shape you can dream of. More importantly than that, it makes your time at the gym count.
The quality of the time that you spend is more important than the quantity of timein the gym. So, get up to that maximum heart rate, push yourself a little bit more, and, by the way, don’t forget to treat yourself and get that massage, or do things specially for you. You deserve it.