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How Do I Get The Most Out Of My Hour At The Gym?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How do I get the most out of my hour at the Gym? I'm a 24 year old girl. I go to the gym Monday Thur Saturday for an hour after work. I weigh 138 and am 5'3 my goal is to get down another 10 or so ibis for the summer. How can I make my hour more effective? I currently do some cardie any machine about 40 min and then what ever weight machines are free for the next 20
Answer: For weight loss, your proportion of cardie vs. weight lifting is probably OK. The key question is not how much time you are spending on each type of gym activity, but whether you are working in your "target heart rate" range and then working in that range for most of your cardie time. This is how you burn calories and lose weight. If you type "target heart rate" into Go ogle or any search engine, you will find many websites that show you how to calculate your target heart rate for exercising to lose weight. When you work in this range, you increase your metabolic rate and this effect lasts for many hours after you are through exercising. Unfortunately, the advice provided in the other answers to your question is incorrect. Generally speaking, you tone your body by lifting weights or working out on weight machines. This is good, because it will make your body more compact and you will look thinner, but this is NOT an effective way to lose weight. The best way to lose weight is through cardie exercise within your target heart rate. Good luck. You should be proud of yourself for going to the gym so consistently!
I Have Normal Tachycardia And My Heart Sets Around 170 While Working Out And Can Hit 190 When Running?From Men's Health Forum:
I have normal tachycardia and my heart sets around 170 while working out and can hit 190 when running? What should I be careful for? I have been OK doing this with reg mild tachycardia for awhile now. I'm 5 8 169 pounds not fat I am bulky slightly muscular in the chest
Answer: That's fine. Your target heart rate for exercise depends on your age and gender. So based upon how old you look in your avatar... that's all fine and good.
How Much A Treadmill Can Help In Getting In Shape?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
how much a treadmill can help in getting in shape? hi ,I have fat legs and thighs and I want to get them in shape .how much a treadmill can help me?
Answer: A treadmill is a great tool for a starting workout! I recently went through pulmonary rehab, and was only able to do 10 minutes at a time, but it was amazing how quickly I progressed. Find out what your target heart rate for exercise should be somewhere on line (try Google) and make sure that you exercise within that range for the best results. You should also stretch before starting, and do a cool-down at the end of your workout to avoid muscle cramping. Good luck!
Why Is My Heart Rate Too High?From Heart Diseases Forum:
Why is my heart rate too high? I'm 16 and I have athlete's heart which means that I'm really healthy. Yet, when I workout, my heart rate can go as high as 185. Any explanations?
Answer: Your heartbeat is supposed to go up when you work out. Your body needs to pump blood harder to feed the muscles to maintain the exercise. You should always determine your target heart rate for exercising. Do not exceed it but do work up to it. For a healthy 16 year old doing regular mod-heavy exercise it should be 160-184 so you're OK. Here is a link to the calculator to determine it. http://exercise.about.com/cs/fitnesstools/l/bl_THR.htm
Need Help With Math?!?!?!?From Mathematics Forum:
Need help with math?!?!?!? To determine your target heart rate for exercising, you subtract your age from 220 and multiply that difference by .75. Madeline has a target heart rate of 129. How many years old is she?
Answer: Let her age be x atq, .75(220 - x)=129 multiply .75 with 220 and -x =>165.00 - .75x=129 subtract 165 from both sides =>165 - 165 - .75x=129 - 165 =>-.75x=-36 divide both sides by -.75 =>-.75x/-.75=-36/-.75 =>x=48 therefore her age=x=48 years
True Or False: Your Maximum Heart Rate Is Estimated By Subtracting Your Age From 220.?From Heart Diseases Forum:
True or False: Your maximum heart rate is estimated by subtracting your age from 220.?
Answer: Yes, this is the formula that is commonly used. I will say that this is truly false though from my personal experience. I have seen people's heart rate exceed even 220, but they also had an abnormal heart rhythm. This equation is commonly used for calculating the target heart rate for exercise. It is possible to exceed your maximum heart rate from this equation, but this is almost always secondary to an abnormal condition.
What Is The Goal Rate Of Your Pulse When Exercising?From Other - Health Forum:
what is the goal rate of your pulse when exercising?
Answer: Your target heart rate for exercise is based on your age, normal activity levels and your resting heart rate. This tool below will give you yours when you plug in the information.
Heart Rate For A 14 Year Old!!!!!!!?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Heart Rate for a 14 year old!!!!!!!? yes I'm 14 years old and I just went to the gym yesterday and got on the treadmill and it tell you your heart rate and it told me that my heart rate was between 140-150 is that good for a 14 year old, about 200-205 lbs, and 5'9 foot boy? what is the average heart rate for a 14 year old?
Answer: If this is a resting rate that is very bad. That is way too high for a resting heart rate. If this is during or immediately after exercise that is OK. Your weight is too much for your height. For 5'9" You should be closer to a maximum of 185. You are tall for 14. Since you are of adult sized frame and build your resting heart rate should be between 60 and 100. Target heart rate for exercise is higher. At your age you can reach a maximum of 200 BM for a target heart rate and be OK.
Is My Heart Rate Normal?From Heart Diseases Forum:
is my heart rate normal? i'm sixteen and after i'm done working out right after I check my heart rate and it's usually 150-180. is that normal? :o
Answer: For your age... Maximum heart rate - 197bpm target heart rate for exercise - 145 to 171 resting rate - 68
Stomache Fat And Target Heart Zone? (10 Points Best Answer!)?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Stomache fat and target heart zone? (10 points best answer!)? Age 24, and used to dance a lot, but now that I am in school, so there's not much time to go out and dance. There's no budget to hire a professional trainer either. I'm starting to see stomacher fat and some love handles developing around my waste line. Well I have tried fast walking on the tread mill, but then the idea of Target Heart Rate came up. I have been trying to get it straight... Each heart rate target calculator tells me something different. How do I find the closest range for me, and if I stay within that range will I lose this muffin top? Any tips will be helpful. Thanks.
Answer: Any exercise, whether in you "target rate" or not will help you lose fat. At around the age of 24, your target heart rate for exercise should be between 150 and 160 beats per minute. This rate is good for moderate intensity aerobic exercise. Cardio exercise should be divided into 3 categories of exercise sessions to get the best results... Light intensity: 135 to 145 BM for general heart health and slight calorie burn. Moderate intensity: 150 to 160 BM for condition maintenance... sustainable for long distances...good caloric consumption. High Intensity: more than 160 BM. This anaerobic form of exercise can't be maintained for more than a few minutes by most athletes... but this is when you actually push your body the most to improve its capacity for cardie exercise. To get the most out of your workouts, you should do intervals between the moderate and high intensity and us the low intensity level to warm up. Just to give you an idea... fat loss is a direct consequence to a caloric deficit. As in, you lose fat when you burn more calories than you consume on a daily basis. Improving your cardie condition greatly improves your ability to burn calories in less time with less apparent effort. For example, a couple of years ago, I was in very bad shape. It would take me over an hour to slowly walk/jog off 300 calories on the treadmill. The walk/jog, though slow, was enough exercise to get me to 150-160 BM. Now, I can run about 4 miles on the treadmill in 30 minutes, burning about 400 calories in half the time as before without exceeding 160 BM. Now I can burn much more energy... in less time... with the same amount of effort. I achieved that by running intervals 2 times a week and running at a flat speed 2 times a week. This is probably more info than you wanted... but I remember posting a question similar to yours a few years ago on another site. I wish someone would have given me all this info instead of having to figure it out myself... ha ha. Another tip: to make intervals easy for me, I used to divide them up this way: Intervals: (2 times a week) 5 minute walking to warm up (i like to do 10 min warm ups, but 5 is normal) Then, out of every 5 min period, do 3 minutes at a moderate heart level and 2 minutes at a high intensity heart lever. 4 to 5 rounds of this and you should be feeling close to death... and that's how you know it is time to stop... Bahama. Flat: choose a walking or jogging speed that you can maintain for 20 minutes. Figure it out by trial and error... actually, figuring out any of the speeds is a trial and error process... just watch your heartbeat and see what it takes to get you to your targeted zone. Good luck!
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