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The World Health Organization recommends 150 to 300 minutes of moderate to heavy exercise per week, which many of us are not doing as we overestimate our activity levels.
A vigorous exercise, where our heart rate reserve is more than 60 percent cannot be the same for every person, as one f...
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If the heart rate calculation sounds complicated, one can try a simple tracking method: The number of steps we take per minute.
To attain an intensive workout level, one has to keep the steps per minute above 100. This means that an average of 30 minutes activity per day is only effective ...
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HIIT workouts generally combine short bursts of intense heart-pounding exercise (during which a person’s heart rate reaches at least 80 percent of its maximum capacity, usually for 1 to 5 minutes) with periods of rest or lower-intensity exercise.
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