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Low Intensity Exercise Examples Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Low Intensity Exercise Examples.

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The Heart Smart Workout Plan

Pop quiz: Can you name the most important muscle in your body? Nope, it's not your abs, hamstrings or triceps. It's your heart! The human heart is an amazing muscle, capable of pumping about five quarts of blood throughout the body every...  Read more

Reference Guide to Anaerobic Exercise

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. We often hear a lot about aerobic or “cardio” exercise and how it improves fitness, reduces one’s risk of lifestyle diseases, an...  Read more

Reference Guide to Cooling Down

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. What is a Cool Down? A cool down is the act of gradually lowering body temperature, heart rate, and breathing rate following exercise. The...  Read more

Reference Guide to Warming Up

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. What is a Warm Up? A warm up is the act of preparing for an athletic event or workout by exercising or practicing for a short time beforehand....  Read more

Carbohydrate Adjustments for Exercisers with Diabetes

Many people with diabetes have special needs that should be considered when planning an exercise program. Exercise can cause your blood glucose levels to drop too much, especially if you take insulin or other glucose-lowering medications. Sympto...  Read more

Do you eat your exercise calories? Or is your trac
Updated 10/20/2014 8:56:17 PM

Do you eat your exercise calories? Or is your tracker not set up that way? What works best for you?...  Read more

21day fix! How should I log those exercise videos?
Updated 10/20/2014 3:30:58 PM

21day fix! How should I log those exercise videos? Didn't seem like there is anything similar in the menu....  Read more

low impact exercise
Updated 10/19/2014 8:47:22 PM

Any suggestions for low impact exercise besides a stationary bike and swimming? I have a surgically repaired knee that I have to be very careful with....  Read more

First Day..Low carbohydrate must be followed
Updated 10/20/2014 10:11:04 AM

I am beginning Spark today. My doctor wants me to follow a very low carbohydrate meal plan. I am a type 2 diabetic. I am not that concerned with calories. How do I track my carbohydrates? Ann E....  Read more

Goal: I get emails from Spark, exercise of the da
Updated 10/19/2014 12:46:39 PM

Goal: I get emails from Spark, exercise of the day - goal is to try every one of them at least once. Will duplicate a prior one if something needs a machine, or can't be altered to a non-machine action. Motivate me!...  Read more

Interval Training

Exercising with periods of high intensity and alternating them with periods of low intensity keeps me burning calories far after I've stopped working out. Intervals can speed up weight loss. It has mine!...  Read more

My fitness secret for burning more calories

Don't do the exact same exercise for the exact same time and intensity every day. Vary the times and intensities and even activity. Your body is smart and if you do the same thing all the time your body efficiently burns fewer calories for the sam...  Read more

Moms And Dads At Home Getting Healthy Together

Hello moms and dads! Huddle the children, your furry friends and let's get out for some exercise and away from the temptations of that beast called the fridge! See you soon!...  Read more

Muscle Your Way to Stronger Bones

One of the most concerning physical changes that occurs in postmenopausal women is an accelerated loss in bone mineral density within the first several years after menopause.   The rate of postmenopausal bone loss can vary for each woman, a...  Read more

You Asked: As a Beginner, How Often (and How Far) Should I Walk?

Walking is an excellent way to start getting fit because it costs little to nothing and can be done almost anywhere and by just about anyone. (Learn more about the health and fitness benefits of walking.) So how do you begin with a walking program? H...  Read more