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Be Smart with your Heart; Perform your Cardio Base with Grace.We all know Cardiovascular exercise is good for us, few know however, that too much, performed at the wrong intensities can ruin all the efforts of exercising in the first place. ‘Lets go with Cardio’ is about improving ones life and health, therefore overall wealth, with wise training methods. Many enthusiasts today trying to improve their fitness or lose body fat start too hard too early with their cardio exercise, the best approach is to do your ‘base with grace.’Base level cardiovascular fitness is really very easy to obtain – just choose an activity you enjoy, anything will do (walking the dog, taking a bike ride, roller blade riding, performing Yoga, swimming etc) and just ramp up the speed a little to get your heart rate elevated or until you feel a light sweat on your skin. Another common training method which works well is to perform a ‘talk test.’ Continue your chosen cardio activity (without grasping for oxygen) – you should be able to carry out a normal conversation while engaging in your activity. If you do this 3-4X per week for 20 Minutes you can easily increase your heart function and reap the rewards of better fitness gracefully. We often hear that health is our greatest wealth and wealthy wise individuals know that building a strong foundation is the only way to continue with grace later on.This smart way to graceful cardio training also surprisingly has positive benefits for fat loss, more on that in another article, just know, that in today’s modern stressed out world the last thing most people need is to thrash themselves with cardio exercise trying to get fit and lose weight, in fact that often has disastrous results. I personally recommend a brisk stroll a few times a week both for base level fitness and a way to decrease stress – Hippocrates the father of modern medicine said, ‘Walking is mans’ best medicine’. In today’s terms that means, ‘Walking is wo/man’s best medicine’, so get to it and walk! OK… or swim, bike, skip, snowboard…. do what you like, just do something.A lot of trainers are forgetting that many people can continue to use Cardio to help deal with stress and stimulate the heart for improved blood circulation, cleansing and heart health. Base level cardio exercise at the right durations and intensities can help reduce stress and enhance recovery and well-being. Graceful Cardio is a wise move and can and should be apart of our weekly routine for optimal living, better health and a sexier body to boot.For those of you that are stressed out – reduce your cardio duration and intensities – this is SMART for your HEART, go back and do BASE with GRACE Cardio and just enjoy calming the body with easy Cardio movements. Many of you will find this hard to do because you may be

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Cardiovascular Practices

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One of the highly recommended ways to losing weight is to adopt a handful of cardiovascular routines. There is a whole list of such exercises, which will hone your body; all the while you are having fun doing the exercise.Swimming is considered to be amongst the best cardiovascular exercises for everyone, since water has the tendency to lower the tension on your body.This is why it is preferred for older people, especially those having joint pains, etc. While swimming, you will be able to burn a lot more calories than in any other way.One more option that you have is walking. Those who have problems in moving around briskly, they can start off with walking. Even though, walking doesn’t let a lot of calories to be burnt, you will surely stay healthy, if you take out at least one hour a day for walking.People who are more fit and healthy, they can go for jogging, since jogging is one of the most effective cardiovascular exercises, which helps you reduce your body fat by increasing the rate of your heart. But, it should be kept in mind that jogging may give your

Cardiovascular Practices