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Exercise and a good fitness program can play an important part of overall weight loss and fat reduction. Target Heart Rate, or THR, is a common way of judging
how hard you should exercise during endurance activities. It tells you how fast the average person should try to make his or her heart beat during endurance
sessions. While exercising it is essential that the exercise being undertaken is done correctly, not just to avoid injury but also to ensure that maximum results are
achieved in the shortest time possible.
If an individual is exercising too hard their heart rate will be outside the ideal heart rate zone and they will be at risk of injury or burn out. It is unnecessary to be
working at this rate and will not result in weight loss or overall fitness occurring more quickly. Easing off a little will result in the heart rate being in the correct
zone and be the most affective.
Heart rate at the lower end of the zone means that an individual is not working hard enough, and as a result the heart rate will be below the ideal zone. The
further from the ideal zone the more ineffective the exercise will be. Exercise in this range may end in frustration in the long term as the desired increases in
fitness and reduction in weight and body fat will not be seen.
Heart rate should be monitored regularly throughout exercise to ensure that the rate is in the ideal range.
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starting a weight loss and/or exercise regime. If you decide to start exercising after a period of relative inactivity you should
start very slowly and consult your doctor if you experience any discomfort, distress or any other symptoms. If you feel any
discomfort or pain when you exercise, do not continue.
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