As an important indicator of cardiovascular fitness, resting heart rate (RHR) is a real-time review of how your heart muscle is functioning. The rate at which you can recuperate from strenuous exercise can be a marker of enhanced cardiovascular health. The stronger cardiovascular system you have, the less time you will need rest between segments of activity. For instance, when you first start running, you may need to take regular walking breaks to complete your distance. So as your fitness improves, these breaks will become shorter until you may not need to take any at all.
To increase your cardiovascular recovery ability, another good way to measure your progress is monitoring your cardio exercise intervals. We will closely monitor your cardiovascular activity to safely avoid over exerting your body and harming yourself in the process. We will measure your break intervals by how long you need to rest before you are ready to start again. Over time you will turn out to be faster, stronger and perform more efficiently once you are accustomed to it.
Why is it important to track your cardiovascular function when exercising? The better your cardiovascular system works, the more blood can be pumped throughout your body, and the transfusion rate becomes faster. Simply put the more oxygen you can absorb, the more energy you will have, and you will leave feeling refreshed, not fatigued. Also it will help to improve your sleep quality by inducing deeper sleep patterns. As mentioned before, tracking cardiovascular performance during cardio exercise is very important, it will help to identify problems so you can be proactive about your quality of life after you leave the fitness studio.