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Cardio, Feeling The Burn

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It takes your body about 7 minutes to warm up when doing cardio exercise. Keeping this in mind makes it easier for me to push past the urge to quit at the begining of the workout, and after this initial warm-up I'm good to go

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  • I just take the first few minutes slowly, increasing intensity as I go. Then there's no burn at all. Exercise shouldn't hurt. That's one thing the warm up is great for! - by MJDEVEREUX
  • Swimming is an alternative to running on the army physical fitness test, so I guess it would be. - by MICHELLEMF
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  • I don't want to sound dumb but is exercises in the pool considered cardio or not? - by WHITEWOLF51

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