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Measuring Exercise Intensity Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Measuring Exercise Intensity.

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Reference Guide to Exercise Intensity

One of the most common mistakes new exercisers make is not measuring the intensity of their cardio workouts. Guidelines say that aerobic exercise should be “moderate” or “challenging,” but what does that feel like? You might m...  Read more

Running Workouts with Interval Training

Want to boost your fitness level and burn more calories? This program uses intervals (short bursts of higher-intensity activity followed by lower intensity recovery periods), which can be a more effective way to train than exercising at one intensity...  Read more

Intermediate Walking Workouts

It’s time to step it up! Whether you’ve already completed the Beginner’s Walking Program or are an experienced exerciser who wants to build more walking stamina, this intermediate walking program will help you build even more endura...  Read more

Beginner Walking Workouts

It’s time to start moving! Walking is an excellent form of exercise, especially for beginners or people returning to fitness after a long time off. This introductory walking program will help you build enough endurance to safely and effectively...  Read more

Walking Workouts with Intervals

This walking program uses intervals (short bursts of higher-intensity activity followed by lower intensity recovery periods), which can be a more effective way to train (and burn calories) than exercising at one intensity level. If you're new to...  Read more

15 yr old girl-- exercise/nutrition for abs/muscle
Updated 7/29/2015 11:17:27 AM

Im a 15 year old girl. I'm 5ft tall and about 102 pounds. I'm pretty much following IIFYM... Maintaining my weight on approx 2700-2750 calories a day. 137p/343c/92f. I usually end up under on carbs and over on fat but I always hit my protein. I've be...  Read more

Hi everyone I started my exercise went to the gym
Updated 7/26/2015 12:48:35 PM

Hi everyone I started my exercise went to the gym and took a protein shake for breakfast...  Read more

Over 70 and exercise
Updated 7/26/2015 10:34:49 PM

Hello, Trying to get in better health and control diabetes. I have been walking...slowly....every day with my dog. I also do a lot of gardening every day - weeding, trimming etc. Do you think I will make progress just walking, gardening and house...  Read more

Starting to exercise at 65
Updated 7/26/2015 4:34:32 PM

I rode a stationary bike for 2 and 1/4 miles and did some hip exercises. I thought that was a lot until I saw someone ride 20 miles. How much is enough??...  Read more

Do you all measure yourselves? I know the scale is
Updated 7/26/2015 5:55:04 PM

Do you all measure yourselves? I know the scale is not the only thing to think about and I wanted to stay motivated by body change rather that the number on the scale....  Read more

TO BE (STRENUOUS ENOUGH) OR NOT TO BE - THAT IS THE QUESTION!

Target Heart Rate=THR=measures exercise intensity=easy & precise. THR=zone/range HR falls in 2 train aerobically. Train below THR not intense enough. Train above THR= anaerobically (without oxygen)= inefficient & too intense.198...  Read more

Intensity

I ramp up the intensity and I can feel and see the exercise benefits faster....  Read more

Moms And Dads At Home Getting Healthy Together

Hello moms and dads! Huddle the children, your furry friends and let's get out for some exercise and away from the temptations of that beast called the fridge! See you soon!...  Read more

You Asked: As a Beginner, How Often (and How Far) Should I Walk?

Walking is an excellent way to start getting fit because it costs little to nothing and can be done almost anywhere and by just about anyone. (Learn more about the health and fitness benefits of walking.) So how do you begin with a walking program? H...  Read more

Step Up the Pace to Turn a Walk into a Workout

Walking can be a great form of exercise. It's cost effective, easy on the joints and can be done almost anywhere. But how fast does your walk need to be? A new study in The American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that 100 steps per minute ca...  Read more