I just got the Polar FA20 (a watch device that counts calories burned, activity levels, etc.). The awesome part is that you wear it 24/7 & it counts activity you do in your day-to-day life. You can set a target cals burned u want to acheive & then get on w/your day. It'll beep once u hit ur goal!
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Buying a heart rate monitor was one of the best things I did to motivate myself to exercise. There is nothing more rewarding than reading the number of calories burned after each workout! As you get more experienced with it, it can also help you choose the correct intensity for your workout.
You don't have to splurge into some fancy device. If you are a beginner you might as well just purchase one with the basic features from a respectable manufacturer. I have a Polar F6, it cost me about 60 euros (80 USD) and it's worth every cent of it.
I found Polar Stir Fry Vegetables at Walmart ...the whole can is 36 calories,. I Sauted lamb cubes, sesame seeds, and mushrooms in Olive Oil and added the can of Stir Fry. Try it with chicken, or pork bites.
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