Crossroads for runners and walkers – why and how?

I want to talk about cross-training a bit because it can help you meet your training needs while dealing with all of your challenges, even if a run is not possible.

Cross-training, for runners, refers to exercises that are different from running. For hikers, this means switching to other activities between walking. This could be almost any kind of condition that makes your heart pumping to a minimum and length. So, if you go instead of running, you're cross-training. If you swear, are you cross-disciplinary? If you do yoga, are you cross-disciplinary? The simplest means just doing another activity with the one you choose to do the most.

It may be possible to have a minimum heart rate of 60% with continuous movement for at least 20 minutes at that 60% level or you will not replace one activity with another physical exercise. You must have an equal or greater intensity in exercise to change one exercise with one another to get cardiovascular cardiovascular disease. Other than that, the sky limits. Everything is allowed. All activities will do.

Cross-training for runners and walkers

Cross-training, especially for runners, refers to exercises that boast, but do not extend to outdoor / distance running and increase heart rate to 60% or more of heart rate * in 20 minutes or longer. The word exchange can be changed to run if it is power walking or "heart pumps difficult walking".

Another factor to consider is that you do not start 60%. The heart starts practicing somewhere significantly under it. When I'm on the oval machine in the gym, it usually takes about 10 minutes to get up to my 60% ratio. So, give you at least 5 minutes to warm up and another 5 minutes to cool down at the end.

Your total training will be at least 30 minutes. This is the reason why we always listen a little bit before we get to the meat in the workout. This is not to say that activities like gentle yoga or easy walking lack the merit. That's not the case. They are designed to stretch and strengthen different muscle groups, but they do not increase cardiovascular disease or ability.

Magnification and other exercise, though not strict, balance us as we tend to have more muscle groups unaware while other groups (such as our quadriceps) get very strong running or running. I'm here to explain my definition. More about cross-training, stretching and other workouts in the future. I hope this was a good start for you.

Do you want to know how to calculate your MHR minimum speed (also basic speed). Look at the next article.


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