Heart rate control for the successful weight loss

Heart rate control for the successful workout! Amy has a manageable but serious heart condition. Her heart rate can jump up quickly during exercising but the blood pressure still low. This is why I use with her full heart-rate control what is guarantee the safe and successful workout! Heart-rate training benefits everyone, from the beginning exerciser trying to lose weight, to individuals trying to improve their cardiovascular fitness, to the highly conditioned athlete preparing for the next competition.

The key to making progress is to elevate your heart rate into the correct training zone, so your effort matches your goals.

Heart rate control for the successful workout! Amy has a manageable but serious heart condition. Her heart rate can jump up quickly during exercising but the blood pressure still low. This is why I use with her full heart-rate control what is guarantee the safe and successful workout! Heart-rate training benefits everyone, from the beginning exerciser trying to lose weight, to individuals trying to improve their cardiovascular fitness, to the highly conditioned athlete preparing for the next competition. The key to making progress is to elevate your heart rate into the correct training zone, so your effort matches your goals. #heartratetraining #heartratezone #heartratewatch #applewatch #applewatchseries3 #personaltrainersydney #personaltraining #athlete #bodytransformation #fitnessplayground #csabaserak

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Find Your Fat-Burning Zone

There is a perfect heart rate zone tailored to each individual that burns the most fat calories. Stay below this zone and you aren’t maximizing the fat burn. Go above this zone and you’re only burning the food in your stomach, not getting rid of the body fat. And you might be surprised to learn the intensity level is fairly low, and you should aim to workout slightly longer at that lower intensity.

Here is the easiest way to calculate your fat-burning zone:

(Max Heart Rate = 220 – your age). And then determine your fat-burning range, which is 60% to 70% of your max heart rate.

Burn the Fat, not just calories

You may have noticed that when you workout harder, the number of calories you expend creeps up. Making it easy to assume the higher the intensity the more weight they can lose. But, sadly, not all calories are equal—especially when it comes to fat loss! Getting your heart rate closer to your max heart rate might show more calories being burned, but you’re not necessarily burning fat.

In fact, when you hit higher level of intensity your body is most likely burning off the short-term stores of sugar and carbohydrates you took in during your last meal. (This explains why you’re so hungry after an intense workout!) To really target the long-term savings bank where your body stores fat, you need to opt for lower intensity activities that keep your heart rate in the fat-burning zone for longer.

Csaba Serak