Fitness Trainers Reveal Some Of The Most Common Weight-Loss Misconceptions
So many of us want to be fit and healthy. It's something we strive toward and endeavor to achieve throughout our lives, so it should come as no surprise that there's a good amount of advice out there on how to get fit and improve our physical health. The real issue with this is that there are some truly unhealthy, sometimes even downright dangerous suggestions out there that people shouldn't be blindly following.
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Fitness Trainers Reveal Some Of The Most Common Weight-Loss Misconceptions
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1. Is your workout intense enough?
The best way to measure the intensity of your workout? Believe it or not, it has nothing to do with sweat. Nope. What you actually need to be paying attention to is your heart rate.

Cat Fitzgerald, C.S.C.S., NY Custom PT and Performance, explains that for different types of workouts, you want to be targeting different heart rate ranges. If you want to focus on fat burn, you'll want to select low-intensity exercises that target your heart rate at 50% of its max.

For cardio-enthusiasts, high-intensity exercises will boost your heart rate up to 60-70% of its max.

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