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Your heart is a muscle, and it gets stronger and healthier if you lead an active life. It’s never too late to start exercising, and you don’t have to be an athlete. Even taking a brisk walk for 30 minutes a day can make a big difference. View More

Any movement is better than sitting still when it comes to improving your heart health, but one of the best types of exercises to increase your cardiovascular fitness is circuit training, says Brendan J. Fox, a Toronto-based health and fitness expert. View More

If you’ve found the exercise-an-hour-per-day ideal a little daunting (or downright undoable), scientists have some very good news: While any activity is good for your heart, new research shows that you can maximize its heart-attack-proofing benefits. View More

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All runners have heard about the tragedies. The marathoner Alberto Salazar, at the age of forty-eight, suffered a heart attack and lay dead for fourteen minutes before a stent opened up a blocked artery and saved his life. View More

Most of us know that moderate exercise is good for us. But surprisingly few of us know what moderate exercise means, research shows. View More

A recent article in PsychCentral highlighted findings published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings offering more evidence that extreme exercise for heart attack survivors could put them at a higher risk for a cardiovascular event. View More

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TUESDAY, Aug. 12, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Heart attack survivors are encouraged to exercise regularly to improve their cardiac health, but new research suggests there’s a point of diminishing returns. View More

The claim: Physical activity is beneficial for those living with heart disease. But too much intense exercise may up your risk of death from a heart attack or stroke, finds a new study appearing in BMJ. View More

A research paper showed that some endurance athletes who exercised at very high intensity over long periods of time have higher rates of heart problems than people who exercise more moderately. View More

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There is almost no disease that exercise doesn’t benefit. As such, just because you’ve had a heart attack, a weak heart (congestive heart failure), or other heart disease doesn’t mean that you have to sit around and do nothing. In fact, with regular exercise (greater than 150 minutes a week), you may hasten your recovery, improve heart function and even get off of some of the medications you’re on. View More

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Precision Heart Rate Training

Explains how to use a heart rate monitor to accurately gauge training intensity while walking, running, cycling, skating, circuit training, or multisport training