Therefore it is imperative that those in the workforce feel valued, and encouraged to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Many companies have realized the importance of investing in the health of their employees, and often do so through corporate wellness programs . For local businesses that are looking to focus on employee wellness, Anytime Fitness provides flexible health programs that are easily customizable for organizations of any size. In most cases this can be done at no cost to the business.
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Fitness Friday: Adjusting your ticker
Back in 2006, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center put golf to the test and found that walking (either carrying or with a caddie) elevated participants’ heart rates above that 60-percent threshold. For most men, the range is 100-120 beats per minute. Related article: What’s Your Golf Mileage? There is more than one formula for determining maximum heart rate. The one Golf Digest Fitness Advisor Ben Shear ( @Ben_Shear ) recommends is the Karvonen Method.
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