The 401(K) Dilemma: How Managers Can Attract More Employees to Join by Cathy Howley
... The problems that 401(k) plans face exists around the world where saving for retirement is just as challenging. Take Australia for example. You can see some colorful examples of online pension education with voice and movement at These examples also include automated emails after the training to remind employees of what they decided to do. Better education and clearer communication. They’re the keys to successful online education and can go a long way to improving your 401(k) figures.
How to Use GPS Running Watches for Health Improvement and Physical Training by Rebecca Blain
... By providing all of the heart rate sensors, virtual running partner as well as distance and speed calculators, the device has everything the professional runner, jogger or triathlete needs in order to get into the best shape possible. With the ability to review daily or weekly histories for a period of two years, the progress of the owner of the watch can be accurately followed. This is highly important, especially for those who need to keep a constant eye on health matters.
Understanding Your Heart Rate by Zach Bashore
... Athletes use a heart rate monitor as a training aid in identifying their maximum heart rate (MHR) to determine their needed training zones. The easiest method of calculating your maximum hear rate is to subtract your age from 220. Studies have show that one`s MHR on a treadmill is five to six beats higher than on an exercise bike, and two to four beats higher than on a rowing machine. It was also found that physically fit people over the age of fifty are likely to have a higher maximum ...
Seven Crucial Steps for Long Term Weight Loss by John Tiniakos
... Therefore in order to train at an intensity level of 70% of maximum heart rate your training heart rate should be 126 beats per minute. How do you calculate your heart rate during exercise? Simply take your pulse by counting the number of beats over a 10 second period. Multiply that figure by 6 and you have the number of beats for a 1 minute period – that’s your training heart rate. Before you begin exercising, however, get clearance from your doctor, especially if you’re a beginner.
What is Your Healthy Body Weight by Kim Beardsmore
... Overweight people tend to have higher blood pressure and higher blood cholesterol, which are major risk factors for heart attack and other blood vessel disease. Being overweight can contribute to problems in the joints, and is also associated with other serious diseases such as diabetes. How you tell if you are overweight As we are all different shapes and sizes, there is not one recommended weight for your height. Instead there is a range of weights that are healthy for your height.
How to Burn Fat by Jeff Baker
... Running at full speed for a minute may get your heart rate up but it won't burn as much of your body-fat as walking the same distance will. Good fat burning exercises are the ones that are done at a slower pace for longer periods of time like walking, stair machines, circuit weight training, and cycling. Each should be done for twenty minutes to an hour for best results. The question often comes up of whether walking an extra mile spread out throughout the day is really beneficial or not.
Walking For Weight Loss-How To Lose Body Fat By Walking by Katie Johnson
... You can start by walking for 5-10 minutes each day gradually increasing to 30-60 minutes at 50-70% of your maximum heart rate. A good target is 5-10 hours of walking per week. Plan to do some strength training exercises on days when you're not walking to help build muscle. When walking for weight loss, don't take more than 1 to 2 days off a week. How fast should you walk? When walking for weight loss each day, you should first walk at an easy warm-up pace for about 5-10 minutes.
Death Calculator-How Long will You Live? by Barbara Kimmel
... Do you have a daily exercise routine that consists of at least 20 minutes of supervised cardiovascular training at your target heart rate, as well as warm-up and cool-down periods? Yes = plus 2, No = 0. FACT: Cardiovascular and metabolic benefits occur when exercise is performed at your target heart rate. If you answered “No” to this question, read chapter five, Full Body Contact, for more information about calculating your target heart rate and the benefits of a regular exercise routine.