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Cardio Classes for Beginners San Antonio TX

Cardiovascular exercise, also known as cardiorespiratory exercise, is defined as physical exercise that is intended to improve the cardiovascular system. The more cardio you do, the more efficient the cardiovascular system becomes with absorbing and transporting oxygen. Cardio is intended to get the heart rate up and to keep it up for an extended amount of time.

Anytime Fitness San Antonio, TX (Olmos Park)
(210) 829-8400
4200 McCullough Ave
San Antonio, TX
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Cardio Classes for Beginners

A Beginner’s Guide to Cardio

treadmill Cardiovascular exercise, also known as cardiorespiratory exercise, is defined as physical exercise that is intended to improve the cardiovascular system. The more cardio you do, the more efficient the cardiovascular system becomes with absorbing and transporting oxygen. Cardio is intended to get the heart rate up and to keep it up for an extended amount of time. By doing so, you will help reduce body fat, increase blood flow, decrease anxiety and depression, decrease resting heart rate, and improve the overall strength of the heart.

Beginning the cardio process is somewhat difficult because you definitely do not want to over do it. If you have knee or ankle problems, I recommend using either the stationary bike or the elliptical. If you have no injuries or problematic areas, I recommend using the treadmill.

Here are a few common questions about cardio and the answers:

  • How long should I do cardio?
  • How many days a week should I do cardio?
  • What should my heart rate be when I’m doing cardio?

Well, first off, you should listen to your body. If your body can only handle ten minutes then only do ten minutes. Slowly work your way up to 30 to 60 minutes four to five days a week.

Your heart rate should never reach your heart rate max, which is 220 minus your age. For example, I am 26, so 220-26=194.

Next, is your target heart rate zone. This heart rate zone was established because the body burns the most ...

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