It took me 3 months to get up to actual running for 15 minutes on the treadmill, that is, getting into the aerobic phase. I do push myself, but I am careful about heart rate.
The mayo clinic gives a simple calculation of the number 220 minus your age.
So if i am 51
My recommended maximum heart rate is 169.
But i feel i can round up roughly 5-6 points and work with that. I think my heart, after my anti-aging diet, supplementation, fasting and exercise, can take the extra push.
I am NOT recommending that to anyone else. I just wonder what some of you think.. I mean if you are anti-aging... what would that mean to you as far as your heart goes? Is it getting younger?
https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-life ... 0exercise.
Added to this:
The American Heart Association generally recommends a target heart rate of:
- Moderate exercise intensity: 50% to about 70% of your maximum heart rate
- Vigorous exercise intensity: 70% to about 85% of your maximum heart rate