Moderate Aerobic Exercise - Cardio

How to tell it's Moderate Intensity Aerobic Exercises?


Moderate intensity aerobic activity means you’re working hard enough to raise your heart rate and break a sweat. One way to tell is that you’ll be able to talk, but not sing the words to your favorite song.  

Examples of Moderate Intensity Aerobic Exercises



Doing water aerobics

Riding a bike on level ground

Walking in a pool

Playing doubles tennis

Pushing a lawn mower

The list is endless, get creative

OR spice it up and make it fun with an adjustable weighted jump rope or play with the kids with these lighter, safer, easier to catch Frisbee rings.

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Transitioning Intensity


When beginning cardio workouts, keep it only challenging. This will allow your body time to adjust to your increased activity level.  Gradually increase the challenge as what you are currently doing becomes easy.  When it's easy, it's time to add a little more effort or time. Take your activity level up gradually for the healthiest results.

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