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What Is Steady-state Cardio And Examples

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If you're new to cardio and can recite the Declaration of Independence while exercising, then you're working at a moderate pace. If you're fit, moderate intensity will mean you need to struggle a bit at the end of each line. You can also use the Rate of Perceived Exertion scale, which places different intensity levels on a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 representing no exertion and 10 being an intensity you could not sustain for more than one minute. Moderate level is around a 6 on the RPE scale. Here are some ideas for your steady-state cardio workout: Walk fast and try some hills your pace may slow on the incline, but your effort should remain steady. Run at a moderate pace. Dance! Take a Zumba class, try some cardio hip-hop, or experiment with belly dancing. <br>Full story:

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