So instead of taking 90% of 220 minus your age, just strap on a heart rate monitor the next time you perform a maximum lift. So instead of relying on statistics, your body will tell you what your “anaerobic” zone is. This may not be traditional, but you think your heart is? Once you have this information useful, you can apply to their training. If you are performing high intensity interval training time, and prefer to have your heart dictate the timing of perception, let your body be the guide. Start by walking on an incline for several minutes.
This is your area of low intensity. Now, go out and make an all out sprint. This will be your area of high intensity. Now simply build intervals between those two types of heart formation. Again, no equation that has no idea what the size of your heart or what is the chemistry of your blood is as – let your body is the tool.
As a final note, heart rate can be applied to resistance training as well. If you are looking to reduce body fat, calories are king. In case of break of 15 seconds? 1 minute? How do I book in the area of “aerobic”? Choose the type of destination for training. His “75% effort” (somewhere between your sprinting and walking slope) could be the end result. Simply rest until your heart rate drops to that level, then do the next set. This will ensure that the heart rate is always high at a minimal level while allowing sufficient recovery to continue. When training for strength or weight lifting, how long should you rest? 3 minutes? 10 minutes? Again, why not let your body decide. Rest until you come to the area of the burning of fat or less, then start the next series. For you, this only may take 2 minutes, while another person will recover after 10 minutes of rest. The key is that your body is telling you that recovery has taken place enough to carry out the next set – not a rigid rule, as “4 minutes” that does not take into account their specific, individual recovery ability. When you are training, do not forget the most important muscle: your heart. Not only is a health indicator is a tool that can help improve your health. Instead of relying on a cookie cutting formulas, you can use your heart as an interactive gauge to tailor your workouts to your own unique body. Knowing that the matters of the heart and use the powerful information it provides to build their physical maximum.