by Mark King for mydiet.tech
GO SLOW, DON'T GET HURT!
This sounds simple but it's not. It is easy to hurt yourself, especially if you're out of shape and older.
Nobody will be impressed by feats of impressive straining so don't do it.
If you're really in bad physical condition consult with your doctor during your yearly wellness checkup about exercising.
MONITOR YOUR HEART RATE
The harder you work or exercise the harder your heart must work and this will push your pulse higher.
How high should YOUR pulse be?
I'm not a doctor and I can't tell you what's right for you but I can tell you how to monitor your pulse cheaply and easily.
|Pulse monitor clips to finger and displays pulse in about 10 seconds|
My normal resting pulse is between 55 and 72, normal movement and activity takes it up to the range of 75-88.
When I first began exercising I could easily get my pulse up to 110, spirited walking could get it up to 95-100. After three months of training for half an hour per day, six days a week, and following the Plant Paradox diet I have a difficult time getting my pulse up to 95.
BE CAREFUL, GO SLOW