I know that this is a very common question and that lots of you read this post. I am constantly asking people on a daily basis “how much water should I drink pre-workout?” and “where do I store my water bottle pre-workout?”. I also have a lot of questions about how much protein supplements I should take, and some about cardio.
The reason we have these questions is because we are not really sure exactly what is going on. The more questions we have, the more we are more sure we don’t know. And the worse we are about guessing what’s going on, the more likely we are to think we are missing something. In the end, it’s a lot easier to take questions about the effects of exercise than it is about the effects of water.
With every exercise session comes the question, “What do I have to do to get my heart rate up?” That’s because the right amount of exercise leads to the right amount of stress. If you are not doing enough exercise to get a good heart rate, then you are risking muscle damage. Or you might be breaking down a muscle. The same goes for the stress induced by water. We’ve all seen that when we exercise, our heart rate rises.
In addition to giving you the option to choose between two heart rate zones, the Fitness app also lets you decide what type of exercise to do. One level lets you do a cardio workout (like jogging or walking), while the other lets you do strength training. That’s because the app also lets you choose your intensity level, which we found to be one of the most important factors when it comes to choosing a workout program.
Weve all known that when you start exercising, your heart rate goes up, but the type of exercise you choose is largely determined by your level of fitness. At a moderate level, you should be doing at least moderate cardio like biking, but for someone with little to no cardio training, you can do whatever you want.
A high intensity workout is one that uses high intensity cardio, such as running and spinning, but this is very different than running on a treadmill. In a high intensity workout, you might run on the treadmill for 20 minutes at a fixed speed at the end of which you stop running and your heart rate starts to come down. You can do this for as long as you want, but your heart rate should not come down below normal after the 20 minutes is up.
This particular workout was created to mimic the effect of a high intensity cardio workout, but can be useful for any activity that uses high intensity cardio, like jogging or biking. This isn’t a cardio workout or a cardio machine, although the heart rate monitor is included.
This is a good exercise to do if you plan on jogging or biking, or perhaps even doing some cardio on the elliptical machine. The heart rate monitor is included and works great for this.
Some of the people that have purchased raw pre workout do not like the label “raw pre workout”. In other words, they don’t like to see their exercise or diet being labeled as being “raw” or “complete”. I see this is for a lot of people, so I have to say, this workout is not for everyone. I do recommend doing this workout at least twice a week, or preferably three times a week.
If you don’t like raw, then I would suggest you do the raw workout three times a week. It’s just not the same. I like “raw” to be more like a raw vegetable. I’ve seen raw vegetables that I would never eat, but when I see raw vegetables I have to eat them. Raw vegetables have a much higher nutritional value and you can feel and taste the nutrients.