Get real, get fit

Traxinger, Adrianne; Coppage, Gary
April 2003
Airman;Apr2003, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p16
Provides strategies on how to execute an effective exercise. Importance of exercise frequency; Relevance of time management; Significance of tracking the heart rate. INSETS: How to get FITT:;Calculating your heart rate reserve:.


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