Slumping over can also limit your oxygen intake, says Cardiello. To guarantee you’re standing your tallest, imagine someone is pouring ice water down your spine, he says. For those runners who rely on a little screen time at the gym, try to find a treadmill with a screen attached, says Cardiello, so you can face forward with your chin parallel to the ground. If your gym isn’t equipped with those machines, head to the back of the room. That will keep your neck as straight as possible while still allowing you to watch overhead TVs, he says.
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The science behind the perfect workout playlist
There are many free apps that automatically calculate and tag a songs BPM, such as the BPM Analyzer . Generally speaking, warm-up and cool-down songs should fall into the 80-90 bpm range . The musics tempo should increase to the 120-140 bpm range once your workout transitions into a moderate intensity level. The ideal bpm will vary from person to person, depending on their working heart rate, but exercisers can increase the intensity of their workout by raising the tempo a little beyond their comfort zone.
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