Cardiovascular Programming

DSC_2970 (1)When you exercise you don’t always have to go faster, harder or for longer to get the most out of your training session.If you listen to your heart to train at the right intensity,you will be able to affect change faster with more consistency. Without heart rate monitors we’re struggling to spot when we’re working out at the right – or the wrong – intensity.
For example:”Easy runs are too hard to fully recover and get the full aerobic benefits they should accrue, while threshold and VO2 max run (the harder, interval sessions) aren’t specific or hard enough to get the full benefits at the top end. Therefore people plateau easily and find it hard to achieve significant progress after the first couple of years of training.”

We use Polar Heart rate monitors to design Cardiovascular programs for our clients. This allows us to be specific to the clients needs and goals and achieve a higher rate of success.Statistics show that over seventy percent of the people who start an exercise program will quit within the first six months – and many within the first few weeks. What makes it so hard for individuals to stick with an exercise program? Why do they give up so quickly? One ofthe primary factors affecting adherence to exercise is a loss of motivation.Most people start an exercise program with a specific goal or need in mind that becomes the driving force or motivation behind their desire to exercise. However, many individuals run into common obstacles that cause them to lose sight of these goals and begin to lose their motivation to keep going.Fortunately, a heart rate monitor can provide the solution to many of the obstacles that stand in the way of success in an exercise program.

A Heart Rate Monitor Keeps You in Your Zone If you want to reach your exercise goals, it’s important to stay in your target heart rate zone during workouts. A heart rate monitor is your constant reminder of the intensity and quality of each workout session. Nothing keeps you in your zone more accurately than a Polar Heart Rate Monitor.A Heart Rate Monitor Shows Your Progress It takes four to six weeks of consistent exercise before you begin to see any external changes to your body. Although you can’t see them, internal improvements begin to take place immediately. Your heart rate is efficiency rating for your entire body. As your fitness level improves, your heart rate improves along with it.

A heart rate monitor gives you a physiological window into your body’s response to the daily improvements in your physical health. A Heart Rate Monitor Eliminates Frustration
If your heart rate is too low during exercise your body reaps little or no benefits.

This mean you’re not likely to see the results you want, like weight loss or increased endurance. If your heart rate is too high during exercise you may tire too quickly and become frustrated, or even run the risk of injury. In either case, you’re likely to quit exercising because you’re not getting the results you want or because it’s simply too difficult.

A heart rate monitor keeps you exercising by showing you results that you otherwise would not see.A Heart Rate Monitor Keeps You Safe Exercising too hard can put you at risk for injury. A heart rate monitor reminds you of the safe and effective heart rate intensity in which you should exercise and warns you when you leave that safety zone.

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