Why do athletes and celebrities stay so fit?
Are they just better than us? I doubt it.
It’s because they have access to pricey cutting edge technology that electronically tells them where their personal ‘sweet spot’ is and then they just simply apply it.
But what if you could have access too without the hefty price tag of course?
Well roll out the red carpet for Heart Rate Variability (HRV).
What is HRV?
HRV refers to the beat-by-beat changes in the heart rate. It measures the time gap between your heart beats. By accurately measuring the time interval between heartbeats, the detected variation can be used to measure the psychological and physiological stress and fatigue on the body during times of rest, work and leisure. Stress and fatigue on the body are one of the key factors to why people cannot lose weight regardless of how sound their diet and exercise plan is. See here
How can HRV help you with your weight loss goals?
It helps you to understand how you can take control and positively affect your health and well-being by giving you accurate information about your body’s stress reactions and recovery response as well as the intensity of exercise. You will also know how well you are aerobically exercising. The results will indicate if you are overreaching, highly improving, improving, maintaining or just easy recovering. This is called the Training Effect (TE).
You can see how this information is essential to an athlete to reach superior levels.
But you don’t have to be an athlete for HRV to effectively help you. You just have to want to find the balance between work and leisure and between activity and rest and since it takes more then just diet and exercise to effectively lose weight and keep it off for good you can easily reach your weight loss goals, less stressed.
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