Our workouts are designed to increase your heart rate and get you working hard so that you can maximize the effects of your workout. This article will cover how to do the exercise that increases your heart rate. Here is the formula: Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) = 220 minus age
So to find your MHR multiply 220 by 65. So if you are 40 years old you will find that your MHR is 196
* This is your Maximum Heart Rate (MHR)
* If you are 40 years old you will find that your MHR is 196 * 65 = 106
The easiest way to increase your heart rate is to go for a walk outside! Find a nice place to take a walk where you feel comfortable and safe. If you have noplace like to walk outside then go to a mall or similar place where people are. To find a nice place outdoors, just search Google Maps for places that look nice and safe to walk. You could just go to the park or something. It does not really matter. Just be prepared for a nice feeling while doing this. You will feel pumped up and you will feel like you are working hard.
Here are some places that are safe to walk outdoors:
-A nice park
-A city street
You just have to be careful, of course, but you should not have any problem with the terrain. Find some grassy areas or something that is safe to walk on. Do not go on concrete or anything, as you will likely get hurt.
Now that you have chosen some place to walk, you need to be prepared for the walk. You need to be able to walk briskly for 30 minutes or so. There is no need to walk extremely fast. Just walk as fast as you feel comfortable.
After you are finished with your walk, you need to cool down. To do this, just walk as slowly as you can for about 5 minutes. You will find that the cool down will help you to slow down and you will feel much better. The walk and the cool down will help you to fully cool down.
You should really take your time and walk slowly, it will help you get the maximum effect of your exercise. However, you do not need to walk slowly to have the maximum effect. Just get the maximum effect through walking slowly.