Fat but fit Extensive American studies show that it is better to be “fat but fit” rather than “skinny and unfit”. In other words – an active person with some extra body fat lives longer then a coach potato.
You know exercise is good for you, but do you know how good? Want to feel better? Have more energy? Perhaps even live longer? Find out how exercise can improve your life!
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Let’s begin with how to. There are a variety of places you can measure heart rate but the easiest I found is along the wrist. Place both your hands - palm up - in front of you. Now take one of your hands and place the index and middle finger of that hand on the outside of the wrist of the opposite hand. The fingers should lie together on the opposite wrist about 1/2 inch on the inside of the joint, in line with the index finger. Feel for a pulse. When you find a pulse, count the number of beats in ten seconds and then multiply by 6. If you want to be more
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