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Benefits of Endurance Exercise

By PPSM Staff,

When you read the benefits of aerobic exercise, it’s a no brainer to include steady state cardio or circuit training between 120-130 bpm for 25+ mins in your workouts.

Try a heart rate monitor or measure easily using a watch and feeling your pulse for how many beats you have for 15s and then multiplying by 4.  Include this at least 2x/week and build on your endurance gradually and with at least a day in between bouts to avoid overuse type scenarios. Running, swimming, biking, rowing, a circuit of exercises, its really your choice so mix it up and have fun!

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Performance Pain & Sports Medicine is the place where patients come to when other methods and approaches have failed them. We offer a non-surgical, holistic, fully integrated and patient-centered approach to health and wellness. At PPSM, our interdisciplinary platform allows us to coordinate and customize your care — all under one roof, saving you time and money.

Benefits of Endurance Exercise

By PPSM Staff,

When you read the benefits of aerobic exercise, it’s a no brainer to include steady state cardio or circuit training between 120-130 bpm for 25+ mins in your workouts.

  • Decreased risk of injury (esp in late stages of games)
  • Less stress & anxiety
  • Better memory and recall as well as ability to learn new motor patterns
  • Increased ability to recover from bursts of activity
  • Improved heart health and efficiency
  • Lower rate of glycogen depletion during exercise
  • Better sleep quality

Try a heart rate monitor or measure easily using a watch and feeling your pulse for how many beats you have for 15s and then multiplying by 4.  Include this at least 2x/week and build on your endurance gradually and with at least a day in between bouts to avoid overuse type scenarios. Running, swimming, biking, rowing, a circuit of exercises, its really your choice so mix it up and have fun!

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About PPSM Staff

Performance Pain & Sports Medicine is the place where patients come to when other methods and approaches have failed them. We offer a non-surgical, holistic, fully integrated and patient-centered approach to health and wellness. At PPSM, our interdisciplinary platform allows us to coordinate and customize your care — all under one roof, saving you time and money.

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