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As days get shorter and the weather gets colder, it can be difficult to stay motivated and keep up with your exercise routine. However, just because it’s getting brisk doesn’t mean that it’s time to hibernate. Here, we break down fun, easy ways to kick those cold-weather blues and stay active as you move from […]
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It’s that time of year again when the leaves turn red, the jack-o-lanterns come out, and some of our favorite foods are in harvest. One of the reasons we love the autumn season is because of all the delicious fall recipes we get to enjoy. With these 3 mouthwatering healthy recipes, you won’t have to […]
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Stretching exercises enable your joints to function at full range of motion, decrease the risk of injury or soreness, and promote recovery. You can loosen up before a run with dynamic stretches, and bring your heart rate down after a run with static stretches. We’ll list both of these types of stretches for runners below, […]
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Each heart rate zone serves a unique purpose by utilizing a different energy system in your body. By exercising in heart rate zones that are structured around your fitness goals, you can make your workouts more personalized and more efficient, and you can reduce recovery time.
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Your maximum heart rate is key to determining your target heart rate zones. This article will help you determine what your maximum heart rate should be.
Your resting heart rate, along with your maximum heart rate, will help you define your target heart rate zones and better monitor your progress.
Once you have found your maximum and resting heart rates, you can start training with heart. Check out our free heart rate training plans and crush your next race!