|For Members Only
|Importance Of Cardiovascular Training
|Cardiovascular Training Methods
The WF cardiovascular exercise content is your on-line "how to" manual. Everything you need to know about cardiovascular exercise and exactly how to achieve the results you desire is taught in the manual.
The cardiovascular exercise content is
16 pages long and can be viewed on your computer or printed out. All
the examples in this contents are linked to visual demonstrations
that will enhance your understanding.
Below is a list of all the very important topics we'll discuss throughout the cardiovascular exercise content. Member receive full access to the cardiovascular exercise content (and all of the WF website). In addition, sample topics are provided FREE for non-members. Please refer to the chart below.
In the cardiovascular exercise component, you will find information on :
- The benefits of cardiovascular exercise.
- The Principles and guidelines for:
Warming-up, stretching, and cooling-down to assure safety and effective.
- How many days per week you should exercise.
- How long each exercise session should last for maximum benefits
- How to monitor your training intensity.
- The five different training zones and how to identify the best zone for achieving your goal.
- How to overcome plateaus by using different training techniques that affective boredom and produce new results.
- Guidelines for determining an activities potential for generating cardiovascular benefits.
- How to combine strength training, flexibility training, and good nutrition into cardiovascular exercise program.
- Ways to stay motivated.
- Your body type, what results you can expect.
- The best ways to measure progress.
- The precautions you should follow to assure safety.
Women Fitness (WF) believes that the kind of
body a women desire is completely in her hands. As the old cell die
and the new ones replace them, the new cells are totally dependent
upon the building material we supply it. The food we eat, the
liquids we drink and the air we breathe determine the body we will
possess in near future. Exercise plays an important role to maintain
a fit body and sooner we realize this the better we will feel.
Cardiovascular exercise consists of a variety of exercises, which increase the demand of oxygen by the body after 20-30 minutes. With the maintenance of heart rate at 55-85% of the estimated maximum heart rate laid down for every women she can workout to achieve the body she desires.
Increase Ability To Handle Stress (Biochemical)
Decrease Blood Pressure
Increase Aerobic Threshold
Decreases Blood Tri-glyceride.
Increase Fat Burning Enzymes
Decreases Body Fat
Increases Glycogen Storage
Decreases Incidence of Hypoglycemia
Decreases Insulin Requirement
Increases Muscle Mass
Decreases Load On The Heart
Increases Stroke Volume of Heart
Decreases Muscle Dependence On Sugar
Improves Bone Calcium
Decreases Resting Heart Rate
Improves Blood High Density Cholesterol
Decreases Stress (Attitude)
Improves Resistance To Cold
Avoid Senility-Increases Oxygen Delivery To Brain
Easier To Exercise
Less Conversion Of Sugar To Fat
Higher Level Of Exercise Possible
Oxygen Pickup In The Lungs
More Calories Burned
Fat Deposits Release Fatty Acids Better
More Fat Calories Burned
Better Control Of Hunger
More Calories Required At Rest
It is important that you understand and
implement the different methods of cardiovascular exercise into your
program. It's critical that you realize the different options of a
cardiovascular program so you can overcome any plateaus you
encounter and prevent boredom. Both of which eventually happen if
you continue to do the same exercise and the same training style.
You should always be going through a momentum phase in your
cardiovascular exercise program where you continue to achieve good
results. Thus when you reach a plateau, you want to change your
routine and implement a new method. We will teach you the three
different training methods to help you achieve a successful
cardiovascular program. Namely, interval training, composite
training and continuous training, each having its own significance
in a fitness program.