Cardiovascular Workouts… Your Heart Will Thank You!

Cardiovascular workouts are a great way to lose those nasty pounds that keep nagging you, haunting you, like a ghost at Halloween. This activity is one of the best ways to lose weight and also provide the needed exercise for your heart.

Remember… your heart health relies on this added attention that you provide and in return it will take care of you over the long haul. A perfect way to do this is climb aboard the treadclimber for the ride of your life.

What Is It And What Does It Do?

Any workout or exercise that gets your heart rate up, and keeps it elevated for a significant amount of time. Some examples would be…

Cardio not only will keep your heart in tip top shape, you will also reap the benefits of speeding up your metabolism which is great at burning those extra unwanted calories that can wreak havoc upon your weight loss goals. When you perform your cardiovascular workouts at a fast and furious pace, your metabolism will speed up for hours thereby burning calories long after your workout is over. I will also give you examples of…

Cardio, Weight Training, healthy eating = A Great Combo!

If you're just starting out with cardio, begin with 15 minutes of activity three times per week, then from there as you feel ready to push the envelope, keep moving that time frame up. Try to aim for 30 minutes on most days of the week. If you are adding weight training into the mix, go ahead and shoot for 45 to 60 minutes of mixed activity.

  • 20 to 30 minutes of cardiovascular activity
  • Balance the remainder of that time with your weight training

Attack those unwanted pounds with a three part plan. Cardiovascular workouts, weight training and correct eating habits make a great team. Add yourself into the mix… that makes for an unbeatable combination! Let’s make this happen, you are strong, you can do it!

A Pound Has How Many Calories?... YIKES!!!

If you want to lose a pound in a week, you need to create a 3,500 calorie deficit. What this means is you have to burn off 3,500 more calories than you eat, this can be accomplished by exercising and your diet.

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