A 10-Minute Cardio Workout a Day On Recumbent Bike Is Enough?

Fitness is one crucial moment of everyone life. In every individual life, time or a moment will arise when they are forced to go for a workout and then they regret their past mistakes. We have seen people who usually say “I have finally realized the meaning of fitness and the benefits, but it’s too late for me.”

 

When you reach a certain age, and you fulfill the importance of the fitness, then it will too late for you. The reason why you workout after so many years because you either suffering from ailment or cholesterol. According to the survey conducted by the fitness expert said that most of the seniors who are working out in PARKS or GYMS are newbies and they have started recently.

A 10-Minute Cardio Workout

In many cases, people reach close to their dream after years of work hard. Some of the achieve within five or six years. No matter who you are and where you work but fitness is an important aspect of your life because it helps you to keep on the move in even after you reach old age.

Those who don’t maintain their health collapse faster than they can imagine and it usually ends up with resignation and then sitting at home. So instead of wasting time and focusing more on the work, you should use your spare time to workout. The exercise will help your senses stay faster and active for years. It also keeps your mind sharp which is essential after you turn 30 or so.

10 Minutes Of Worth It?

The number of minutes of workout equals to benefit. The ten minutes of exercise would vary from people to people because the age and the weight matters.

Age: If you are someone who is 30+ then you should consult a trainer so that you can get the right advice for your everyday workout. If you are someone who is above 50 then walking is the best choice for you. Half hour walk is the cheapest and safest way to stay fit.

Weight: It does not matter if you are young or old because the weight plays a crucial role in your health. Several people are suffering from heart ailments and obesity, and you should consult a doctor before you could start working out on a fitness machine.

A 10-Minute Cardio Workout On Recumbent Bike

If you are an average person “Weight below 154LBS” who is working out every day, then 10 minutes is more than enough. However, with time you better increase the time to 15 to 20 minutes. Increasing workout duration helps your body keep up fitness even further.

Conclusion

Recumbent bike sole purpose is to serve the users who are unable to take on the intense workout.  If you are someone who is suffering from Ailment, Obesity, and asthma, then you should go for the recumbent bike, which has a lower impact on your body. Let us know your experience with the Recumbent bike workout in the comments below.

How to get started with freelancing

While given in the context of personal advice, it has powerful relevance in the career and personal aspects of your life, too–especially if you’re white knuckling to a job you hate, year after year. When I first made the decision to leave the security of corporate America to build my own career as a freelancer and yoga instructor, I’ll admit, it was terrifying. Now nearly two years later, I’m amazed and thankful, that I took the risk and went for it. Do I make as much money as I once did full-time? No? Do I love what I do, and look forward to working every day, because it actually doesn’t feel like work? Indeed.

If the idea of ripping off those golden handcuffs has appealed to you for some time but you haven’t, it may be because you’re haunted by one question: How to start freelancing in the first place? I recently wrote an article published at the Elance blog on the topic called “Overcome your freelance fears.” Check that article out, and read a few more insights below on what I’ve learned over the past two years as a freelance writer.

Say good bye to your ego. Your resume may be stellar and your salaried paycheck rather fat, but none of that matters in the freelance world. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t hype the assets you’ve developed in your full-time career, or decide on a minimum base freelance rate, but freelancing is just like starting your own small business in the sense that you need customers to start building your career. Certainly there are clients out there who have  deep pockets, but until you build your own worth in the form of a freelance portfolio, they probably won’t be willing to take the risk. Shoot for the stars and market yourself to those you are truly want to work with–but don’t turn your nose up at other opportunities that could be a valuable stepping stone to your long term success.

Make sure you’ve got cash on hand. Would a full-time employer ever tell you that you’ll be paid every four weeks–maybe even ten? Probably not. But a freelance client will have no qualms about making you wait for payment, and though it stinks, there’s not a lot you can do short of walking away from the project. As you build more clients, you can play a little more hardball, and you’ll also learn to prioritize your workload and set your rates based on who will you pay quickly and competitively, and who won’t. (Hint: Treat your fast-paying clients extra well).  While waiting for a client to cut a check can be frustrating, it needn’t be something that wrecks your personal finances. Make sure you have enough cash reserves to pay your bills so you’re not adding an additional headache to your freelance ventures–or going into debt in the process.

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Be prepared to work. I love what I do and I believe that is worth far more than a dollar amount, but make no mistake, I earn every penny. If you’re not willing to put in long hours to build freelance success, and handle additional activities like taxes, marketing, and invoicing, it’s not going to be a career path you enjoy.

Become a private investigator. I love the excitement of finding a new project as a freelancer. Trust, I’m not finding them on a job board. One of the top questions I’m asked as a freelancer is “How did you find that job?” The answer? I’ve become an expert investigator. You have to learn to put the bread crumbs together, reach out to direct contacts and sell yourself. If you’re poking around on job boards or freelance web sites, you’re competing with thousands of others who want the same opportunity you do. Even if you find them, you probably wont’ make much money–because the employer has many others like you to choose from. Put on your Nancy Drew hat and start snooping around! The internet has made it so easy to conduct research and find information that you only have yourself to blame if you’re not using it.

4 Quick Steps to Better Emails

It’s been estimated that the average email user gets 147 email messages a day. Here are four ways to make sure yours don’t get deleted on contact.

1. Send them early. According to the makers of email plugin Boomerang, most people prefer to read emails before they begin to work, around 5 or 6 am. The plugin allows you to schedule when you send and receive emails, so yours can be at the top of a recipients’ inbox when they’re most likely to check their messages.

2. Don’t get cute with subjects. Particularly if you’re sending an email to a new client, don’t get too cute in your subject lines. As a writer, I get constant emails from PR firms, and I can tell you from experience that I’m instantly turned away by “cutesy” wordplay. Get to the point, or don’t bother. Additionally, avoid words like confirm, assistance, and join. Research shows they are more likely to get trashed.

3. Don’t get too comfy. With Blackberries and iPads a staple of modern life, it’s to be expected that electronic communications have gone informal. But, consider the recipient before you “dumb down” your approach. If the email is not intended for a close friend or colleague, pay attention to your grammar, syntax and word choice. Email is still a reflection of your skills and professionalism, despite its commonality.

4. Use your signature. Your signature tells a user who you are and what you’re about. Keep it short–no more than four lines. When embedding a graphic or logo, make sure that you test it in a variety of email clients; they don’t all translate the same. If you’re including a link to your blog or site, include the full link in your signature to avoid any lost data transmission.