We’ve all been told that “cardio” exercise should take up some of our gym time (that is, exercise that is supposed to make your heart stronger).
It lowers your risk of developing heart disease. It’s also beneficial to your blood pressure, cholesterol, weight, energy, and mood. Cardo or Aerobic exercise includes:
Heavy Cleaning or gardening
So, these aerobic exercises lower your resting pulse and strengthen your heart muscle. Most people find excuses for not doing Cardio, as some find it exhausting, boring or some says it creates heart issue. But if cardio is done in a proper way, it has lot of benefits like it lowers the risk of heart disease, blood pressure, cholesterol, and many more.
Ideal Heart Running Rate Of a person-
Your pulse, or heart rate, is measured in beats per minute (bpm). A formula based on your age and maximal heart rate can be used to calculate your target heart rate for running. When jogging, your maximal heart rate should be between 50 and 85 percent of your maximum heart rate. Subtract your age from 220 to get the maximum rate.
Average Heart rate while running-
The average heart rate while running is different for each person. It may be influenced by-
Age, Fitness level, Air Temperature, Medication use, Stress.
Most runners between the ages of 20 and 45 will wish to work out at a rate of 100 to 160 beats per minute.