When you are using high intensity interval training you should know what heart rate to train at based on your age. This will help optomize your training and while using a heart rate monitor you can see if you are improving.
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Checking your Heart Rate
Checking your heart rate should be done immediately after exercise. Easy places to examine your heart rate are:
* the wrist at the base of the thumb, called the radial pulse
* the neck, just to the side of the Adam's apple, called the carotid pulse
Count the number of pulses for 15 seconds and then multiply by 4. Resting heart rate for an average adult is 72 bpm. Read more about determining your target heart rate here.
High intensity interval training needs to be performed 3-4 times per week to really show results. Any less time spent trying to gain huge fat loss results will be less successful.
This workout program is a 4 day workout program designed for intermediate trainers looking to lose bodyfat.