Congratulations! You decided to take more care of Your health, to try something new, to become more conscious of Your body, to spend more time with Yourself and maybe with other people in new sporty circumstances, to do something pleasant and healthy.
How to do it well? Where is the border between too light and too vigorous training? Between being too tired, being bored and feeling creative tiredness which ensures You that You spent Your workout time productively, that You have enough strength to continue Your day, that You became healthier and stronger?
Which sport aims help You to develop Yourself physically and mentally and which extensively fatigue You and which relax You making You rather rest than train during workouts?
There are different ways to answer these important especially for beginners questions. You may ask Your trainer or more experienced colleagues for a piece of advice. You may adopt practices of other people or even sportsmen. You may develop Your knowledge on the issue and try to use it in practice. You may learn how to listen to Your body (tiredness, excitement, willingness to continue or to stop).
One of the most scientifically based methods is measuring Your heart rate continuously during workouts. You can easily determine Your heart rate zones (such as maximal, resting, aerobic, anaerobic etc. heart rate) and check in which heart rate zone You are.
In this way You will avoid such usual mistakes of the beginners that are willing to quickly become healthier and stronger and spend too much time in maximum heart rate zone and are constantly exhausted, angry and even may injure themselves. You will not feel frustration due to the fact that the trainings do not make a difference because they are too light.
Some people naturally tend to be more ambitious, some prefer easy and free conditions. Even knowing one’s habits and willing to do the opposite it is not difficult to make a mistake – to overstrain oneself or underfulfil the rational aims.
The impartial numbers of Your heart rate zones can be good advisers how to spend Your training time, which aims to pursue, how actively to move.
To know more about Your heart rate zones read short article.