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(4,242 words, 20 pages, 9 images)

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Table of Contents for the Steady State Cardio Fitness PLR eBook:

What is Steady State Cardio?…………………………………………………. 3

Types of Cardio…………………………………………………………………………………… 4

Benefits of Steady State…………………………………………………………. 5

Faster Recovery………………………………………………………………………………….. 5

Easily Accessible………………………………………………………………………………… 5

Mindfulness………………………………………………………………………………………… 5

Increased Endurance………………………………………………………………………… 5

Fat Burning…………………………………………………………………………………………. 6

Are There Any Drawbacks to Steady State?………………………….. 7

Weight Gain…………………………………………………………………………………………. 7

Injury……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7

The 5 Whys of Steady State Cardio: The Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How of Steady State……………………………………. 8

Who is it good for (and is there anyone it isn’t good for)?………….. 8

What does it look like?……………………………………………………………………… 8

Where can you do it?…………………………………………………………………………. 8

When is the best time?………………………………………………………………………. 9

Why Steady State?……………………………………………………………………………… 9

How long, how often?………………………………………………………………………. 10

Integrating Steady State into Your Workout Program……….. 11

Steady State and HIIT……………………………………………………………………… 11

Steady State and Strength……………………………………………………. 14

Steady State, Strength, And HIIT…………………………………………………… 15

Rest Days, Mobility, and How to Stay Strong, Healthy, and Working Out with Confidence……………………………………………………….. 15

Tips to Go Forward with Confidence…………………………………… 18

Tip #1 Start with once a week……………………………………………………….. 18

#2 Assess…………………………………………………………………………………………… 18

#3 Is it Enjoyable or Do You Hate It?…………………………………………….. 19

#4 Find A Workout Partner……………………………………………………………. 19

#5 Make Sure You’re Properly Fueled and Hydrated………………… 19

#6 Get the Gear………………………………………………………………………………… 20

#7 Create a Plan……………………………………………………………………………….. 20

 

Sample Content for Steady State Cardio Fitness PLR eBook:

What is Steady State Cardio?

When it comes to fitness training and exercise, there’s no shortage of options and approaches. From endurance to high intensity interval training (or HIIT), it seems there’s something for everyone. This is good for a number of reasons.

One, there’s no one right way to exercise that works for everyone. Two, people have different exercise personalities, and while one person may enjoy going for a five-hour run, another person may only want to lift weights.

Steady state cardio is one exercise and fitness approach that works for many because it’s straightforward and easy to embrace, and because it can lend itself to mindfulness and mindful fitness – something that’s on a lot of people’s minds.

So, what is steady state cardio?

Steady state cardio is simply a cardio workout where you put out a continuous, steady effort.

For example, with interval training you moderate intensity, right? You might sprint for a minute and then walk for a minute. With steady state cardio, you don’t vary the intensity. You find a pace that you can maintain for a predetermined distance or amount of time and you go.

The concept of steady state can be applied to just about any type of exercise. If you can do interval training for something, then you can also do steady state. However, we’re talking specifically about steady state cardio, so this naturally assumes that you’re going to increase your heart rate and get an aerobic workout. Steady state keeps your heart rate at a moderate level. It’s a pace that you can maintain for 20-30 minutes at a time or more.

Aerobic or cardio workout means that you’re using oxygen for energy.

Anaerobic, a state that you can get to with sprinting and high intensity exercise, requires your cells to utilize other resources besides oxygen for energy and muscle contraction.

There are benefits to both types of exercise, and we’ll talk more about integrating steady state cardio into a comprehensive or holistic exercise program. For right now, let’s talk about different types of cardio exercise and then dive into the many benefits of steady state.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Short Report:”Top Types of Cardio Workout”

(1,668 words, 11 pages, 6 images)

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Steady State Cardio vs. HIIT

Email 1 – Welcome to our Steady State Cardio vs HIIT Series – 271 words

Email 2 – The Benefits of Steady State Cardio – 316 words

Email 3 – Why HIIT – 371 words

Email 4 – The Pros of Steady State Cardio vs HIIT – 417 words

Email 5 – The Cons of Steady State Cardio vs HIIT – 443 words

 

Steady State Cardio Fitness Email Sample Content:

Email #1 – Welcome to our Steady State Cardio vs. HIIT Series

If you have been in the fitness arena for a while, then you are most likely familiar with steady state cardio workouts. But recently a new kid on the block has appeared and is causing quite the debate in fitness circles. And as to be expected, each side has their reasons why their type of training is the best.

In this ecourse, we cover the two types of training, why each is good, and at the end, make our recommendation as to how to choose the best one for you.

Steady state cardio is about as simple as it gets as far as workouts go. Just pick your favorite workout, perform it at a rate that gets you into your target heart rate of 60% to 70% for 20 minutes or more and you have an exercise program that is heart-friendly and one that is also good for burning calories and losing weight. Because this type of workout is aerobic, meaning it requires oxygen, it is fueled primarily from bodyfat which is why it is a great choice when trying to lose weight.

A HIIT workout is more complex. It requires you to do your chosen activity at 90% to 95% of your target heart rate for a shorter time, usually two minutes or less, rest up to three minutes and repeat the cycle four times or more. A simpler method is to make your rest cycle twice as long as your work cycle. So if you work for one minute, rest for two, etc.

Because HIIT is anaerobic, it does not require oxygen. This means it primarily uses carbohydrates as fuel instead of body fat, but will tap into body fat once the carbs are expended.

There is no question that both steady state cardio and HIIT improve health. Fitness markers such as blood pressure, metabolism and VO2 max (the amount of oxygen your body processes) all show improvement with either type of fitness regimen. But as we will show in future lessens, each type is markedly different.

In the next lesson, we talk about the benefits of doing steady state cardio. See you then!

 

High Quality Steady State Cardio Fitness PLR Articles:

3 Drawbacks of Steady State Cardio – 403 words

3 Myths About Steady State Cardio – 393 words

4 Reasons to Do Steady State Cardio – 412 words

4 Types of Steady State Cardio Exercise – 393 words

5 Benefits of Long-Distance Running – 457 words

How Often Should You Perform Steady State Cardio Workouts? – 380 words

How Should Steady State Cardio Make You Feel? – 400 words

How to Burn More Calories When You Exercise – 404 words

How to Make Cardio Training Less Boring – 451 words

How to Perform Steady State Cardio At Home – 400 words

Is Marathon Training Good for Fat Loss? – 450 words

Is Steady State Cardio a Waste of Time? – 400 words

Is Steady State Cardio Good for Fat Loss? – 421 words

Is There Such a Thing As Steady State Cardio Bodybuilding? – 388 words

Steady State Cardio vs. HIIT – Which is Best for You? – 388 words

The Best Treadmill Speed for Steady State Cardio – 403 words

What is Low Intensity Steady State Cardio (LISS)? – 405 words

What Is the Runner’s High? – 394 words

Why Steady State Cardio is Good for Your Heart – 405 words

Will Steady State Cardio Build Muscle? – 411 words

 

Steady State Cardio Fitness PLR Article Sample:

5 Benefits of Long-Distance Running

Long-distance running is broadly defined as continuous running for around eight kilometers (which translates to roughly 5 miles). If you are thinking about taking up long-distance running as a form of exercise, then you should know about the various benefits of it. With that in mind, here are 5 benefits of long-distance running (besides the obvious ones like weight loss and better endurance).

You will feel better

One of the major benefits of hard exercise like long-distance running is that it can have a noticeable benefit on your mood and general outlook on life. Long-distance running can trigger your brain to produce endorphins, which are chemicals in the brain that regulate your mood. The production of endorphins is what triggers the famous “runner’s high” that many of you have probably heard of before.

It can help with stress

Another great benefit of long-distance running is how it can reduce stress levels. When you are running, both your mind and body are focused entirely on that task. The brain has to regulate blood and oxygen flow, and it has to focus on keeping your body moving. This means that you aren’t focusing on other things that may stress you out. Your brain essentially has time to reset itself. It also helps that while you are running, you are likely to be focusing on your breathing, which studies have shown to be helpful with stress.

It builds muscle

Typically, we think of running as being solely a cardio exercise, but long-distance running can build significant amounts of muscle. The muscles in various parts of your body actually receive quite the workout while you are running. Obviously, the majority of the muscle gains are going to be in your legs and calves, but other muscle groups do benefit as well.

You will be more energetic

Your body is capable of producing more or less energy to meet your daily needs. A lot of people who constantly complain about having no energy tend not to exercise often. That isn’t a coincidence. When you don’t use a lot of energy, your body produces less of it. Long-distance running uses a lot of energy; so naturally, your body produces more of it. This leads to you being more energized throughout the day.

Running can help you control cravings

If you are trying to lose weight or kick a habit like smoking, then long-distance running is a great form of exercise to take up. Studies have consistently shown that long-distance running and other vigorous exercises help people deal with cravings. The reason for this is that the running and the endorphins that your brain releases when you run, act as a sort of distraction that keeps your mind occupied on things besides your cravings.

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10 Spring Fitness PLR Articles and Tweets

Defining Leg Muscles – 621 words

Firming the Butt – 634 words

Flushing Body Fat – 694 words

Get Six-Pack Abs – 544 words

Improve Your Cardio – 526 words

Sag-Proofing Your Bust – 571 words

Strengthening Your Core – 711 words

Stretching for Flexibility – 620 words

Toning and Strengthening the Traps, Lats and Back Muscles – 623 words

Toning the Tummy – 610 words

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Flushing Body Fat

As the weather is heating up, it is time to start thinking about swimsuit season. For many, that means it is crunch time when it comes to getting rid of some targeted fat deposits that you have stored up from the long winter. No worries, however; here are eight body fat flushing tips and techniques that can help you shape up for summer.

  1. Hydrate

The number one rule for flushing body fat is keeping hydrated. No matter how many tips or techniques you use from this list or others, drinking plenty of fluids, mainly water, is your key to staying healthy and successfully flushing the fat from your body. In fact, proper hydration alone can help you flush a lot of fat and toxins out of your body.

2, Cleanse

There are a lot of marketed cleanses that are either sold or homemade. One of the most popular is a drink made with water, lemon juice, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper. Some of these cleanses have very effective marketing strategies, but make sure that you talk to your doctor before you try any new exercise program, cleanse, or other diet-related trial.

  1. Juice

A great way to get lots of vitamins and nutrients while effectively flushing body fat in a healthy way is to get a juicer. Juicing lots of fresh fruits and vegetables is a great and delicious way to get all the good stuff you need in the easiest way possible. Not only are you putting lots of good stuff in your body, but drinking lots of fresh juice will help get your bowels moving so you are literally cleaning out your colon.

  1. Detox

There are many ways to detox, but the main idea of detoxing is to promote a clean and healthy diet without processed foods. While removing these foods from your diet, you also are cleansing your body of the remaining toxins that are left over from these foods. Many people, for example, use a cleanse like the one mentioned before or do a juice fast for a day or more to detox their bodies from the sodium, sugar, and chemicals that are abundant in processed foods.

  1. Go Raw

A truly great and very effective way to cleanse, detox, and flush fat from your body is to start eating raw. Specifically, this means only eating raw fruits and vegetables. Some people choose to do this 100% of the time, while others eat raw except for one meal of the day – usually dinner. Eating raw vegan is a safe and effective way to flush body fat, as long as you make sure you are paying attention to eating enough calories per day.

  1. Fiber Fix

Getting plenty of fiber is another way to get the bowels moving and flush fat directly from your system. A healthy metabolism often depends on lots of fiber-rich foods like apples, leafy greens, and whole grains. These foods are practically a toothbrush for your insides, loosening up all of that extra stuff that needs to come out.

  1. Superfoods

Eating a diet that is rich in antioxidant-packed foods is another great way to supplement your diet and exercise program to help flush body fat. Foods like fresh blueberries, leafy greens, pomegranate, and nuts are all considered “superfoods” because of all of the vitamins and nutrients that are packed into each and every bite.

  1. Work It Out

Of course, one of the best ways to flush fat from your body is to get your body moving. Exercise does more than just tone your muscles; it helps keep your bowels healthy and regular, and keeps your blood pumping. Exercise is a very important part of any healthy lifestyle, and is especially important if you want to do some fat flushing.

These fat flushing tips and techniques will help you get to looking your best this summer. Remember to speak to your doctor about any decisions you make about diet and exercise, to make sure that you are making the healthiest choices for you. Good overall health, of course, is the most important thing you need to look great this summer.

 

10 Cardio and Fitness Routines For Weight Loss PLR Articles

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Fasted Cardio: Does it Work? (572 words)

HIIT: The Most Powerful Fat Burning Protocol (540 words)

How Often Should I Do Cardio to Lose Weight? (567 words)

Doing Cardio to Lose Weight? Read this First! (636 words)

7 Common Cardio Mistakes That Sabotage Your Weight Loss (657 words)

Is Exercise Really That Important for Your Weight Loss Journey? (662 words)

4 Training Mistakes People Make When Trying to Lose Weight (662 words)

Are You Killing Yourself with High Intensity Training? (639 words)

How Often Should Your Exercise to Lose Weight (677 words)

How to Structure a Training Program to Lose Weight (567 words)

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7 Common Cardio Mistakes That Sabotage Your Weight Loss

It’s undeniable that you need cardio to lose weight. That’s a given. What’s debatable is just how often you should do it, what activity you should choose, what intensity to train at and another thousand other factors that people in the fitness industry can’t seem to agree on.

In this article, you’ll be shown the basics, and at the end of the day, it’s the basics that matter. If you get your heart rate up for about 20 to 45 minutes depending on the workout you’re doing, you’re getting all the cardio you need.

Initially, when you’re starting off, you may do 5 to 6 steady state cardio sessions a week lasting about 45 to 60 minutes. As you lose weight and get fitter, you can reduce the duration of the workout and increase the intensity. Ultimately, you should be training at a high intensity twice or three times a week. That’s how you do it.

Now let’s look at 7 common mistakes so many people make with cardio

  1. Not varying your cardio

Your body is highly adaptable. If all you do is run every single time you’re doing cardio, your body will become much more efficient at handling the activity and you’ll not burn as many calories.

Try other activities like spinning, rowing, kickboxing, stair climbers, battle ropes, etc. Challenge your body constantly and it will be forced to cope and improve.

  1. Not including resistance training

Cardio is just one tool for weight loss. You can’t build a house with a screwdriver. In the same way you need other tools to fix your body. Resistance training is one of them.

Incorporate resistance training in your workouts. Initially, you can engage in about 15 minutes of resistance training followed by 45 minutes of steady state cardio. As you progress, you can do resistance training on days when you’re not doing cardio.

So, 2-3 days of resistance training and 2-3 days of cardio. Now you’ll start building the physique or a Greek god/goddess.

  1. Eating more than necessary

Cardio is not a license to eat more than necessary. Stick to your diet plan and be at a caloric deficit of 500 calories daily. NEVER EVER tell yourself that it’s ‘OK’ to indulge in a sudden food craving because of the cardio workout you just did.

That scoop of ice-cream that doesn’t seem like much could cancel out the entire 45-minutes you spent walking on the treadmill.

  1. Excessive cardio

Too much of anything is bad. If your cardio is just walking, you could do it twice a day. If it’s high impact and arduous, once a day will be enough and do remember to take a break between workouts.

Engaging in excessive cardio will tax your central nervous system and you’ll find it more difficult to lose weight. Give your body the rest it needs.

  1. Wrong activity

Choose activities that you like. Don’t choose a cardio activity that you detest just because you think it’ll help you lose more weight. Do what you enjoy and you’ll stick with the plan.

  1. Not having a plan

Speaking of plans, do ensure that you have one. You need to know where you’re going or you’ll not get there. Have a little journal to record down what you did and how you felt after the workout. This will show you what you’ve done so far, how you’re progressing and what else you need to do.

  1. Not aiming to progress

This is another mistake. Your goal should always be to beat your personal best. If it took you 20 minutes to walk a mile today, you should aim for 19 minutes the next. Always strive to improve. If you do not do that, your results will stagnate, and your weight loss will not come as fast as it should. You are your biggest competition.

Observe the 7 tips above and you’ll get the best out of your cardio. Persist until you succeed and push harder today if you want a different tomorrow.

 

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How Women Can Build Their Own Effective Weight Training Workout Routine (950 words)

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What Type of Weight Training is Best for Women to Tone Their Butt and Legs (724 words)

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Fat Loss Cardio For Women PLR Article Sample:

Cardio Workouts That Women Can Do at Home

There is a common assumption that to do cardio, one will need to go out for a run, walk or swim. If they’re indoors, they’ll need a treadmill, Elliptical machine or stationary bike. This is NOT true.

An activity is considered cardio in nature when it raises your heart rate for a prolonged period of time. As long as you’re breathing more rapidly and your heart rate goes up due to constant activity, the training takes on a cardio nature.

So, even if you did bodyweight exercises such as squats, pushups, mountain climbers, etc. one after another with minimal rest, it would be a cardio workout. But isn’t it also resistance training?

You bet it is! That’s what makes these workouts so effective. They strengthen your muscles