Expert Fitness Advice: Heart Healthy Tips for Workout Beginners
Burnout and injuries can quickly deter those who are beginning to exercise for the first time in a while, so it’s important to avoid these outcomes before getting started. Starting small is the biggest key to building long-term success, Dr. Michael Weinrauch, Chairman of Cardiology at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, told MSN in a recent article. “Keep in mind that in terms of cardiovascular benefit, the most bang for your buck is low to moderate levels of exercise,” he said. “For example, fast walking or light jogging for 30 to 40 minutes two to three times a week, may be the optimal dose.” The article proffers five great routines for readers to consider, including running, yoga, dance exercise, boxing, and HIIT bodyweight workouts. Read more.