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- 1 Exercise gets the blood pumping around the body which improves heart and lung capacity
- 2 The heart is the strongest muscle you have, continuously pumping bloody around the body
- 3 Weight training will help strengthen your heart. Your heart is a muscle and by weight training, your bones, joints and muscle mass will improve and get stronger.
- 4 Interval training is a form of Cardiovascular training. By increasing the speed, you increase the rate which the heart pumps blood around the body, making it a more effective pump.
- 5 Elevating your heart rate through exercise, will help you burn calories and become fitter.
- 6 Regular exercise will lower your resting heart rate, so there is less stress on your heart to pump the blood and oxygen around your body
- 7 MyZone is a great tool to help you measure your heart rate whilst exercising
- 8 Understand your individual heart rate to know how much you can push yourself and #GOFUTHER
- 9 Balanced nutrition will keep your arteries and veins clear, so the blood can flow easily around the body
- 10 Exercising regularly and high and low intensity will lower the risk of heart disease
- 11 Physical activity and eating the right foods are the two main ways you can keep your heart healthy and live for longer. (Free-Pr-Online.com)
- 12 Get a MyZone belt to monitor your heart rate when you exercise
- 13 Stroke volume is the amount of blood pumped per beat, Cardiac output is the amount pumped per minute…this is improved by exercise
- 1 Exercise regularly, to reduce your resting heart rate, meaning less stress on the heart
- 2 Workout at different levels of intensity to change the blood flow around the body
- 3 Be mindful of the foods you eat. Back foods can block arteries and reduce blood flow
- 1 Avoid pushing yourself too hard during exercise…know your limits
- 2 Try not to do the same exercises all the time, the body needs variation
- 3 Don’t exercise without knowing your maximum heart rate