Getting a heart rate monitor can really help your workout. You can get them anywhere that sells athletic equiptment (walmart, kmart, target). By watching your heart rate while you are working out you will get the most effective workout. Have you ever gone to the gym and seen someone working out on some machine a million miles and hour and think.. man, I could never do that! Well you don't have to. And most likely that person is working way too hard for nothing. Particularly if you are a beginner, having a monitor will really help you see your progress without wearing you out. Most of the time an even steady pace is all you need. I hope this helps!
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