You can measure your heart rate from either your radial, brachial or carotid arteries. It is measured in the amount of beats in 1 minute. Simply find your pulse at any one of the 3 locations mentions, then count how times your pulse beats in 60 seconds. You can also count for 10 seconds and multiply by 6, or 15 seconds and multiply by 4, and so on.
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After graduating from the National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) in Richmond Heights Ohio, Mat sat for and passed the test to earn his CSCS (certified strength and conditioning specialist). After spending over one and a half years of training in a gym setting, and becoming and instructor at NPTI, Matt started MK Fitness as a one-on-one or small group personal training company.
Those who do not find time for exercise will have to find time for illness.