timed rest periods are wrong, it is the heart rate reaching a recovered level that signifies the end of a rest interval rather than time.
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) September 30, 2012
World record holder and three-time All-American Rusty Squire has written his second training book for the Heart Rate Watch Company blog entitled, "How To Elevate Fitness With Strength & Interval Training".
The book is available for a limited-time as a free download from either the homepage of the Heart Rate Watch Company or at the Heart Rate Watch Company blog.
The Heart Rate Watch Company does not just sell heart rate monitors, GPS watches and fitness measurement devices", states Squire. Adding, "They are committed to making sure that customers have the best in training information and know how to use the products properly and that is a big difference".
The first book published by the company was "How To Successfully Use A Heart Rate Monitor" and customers had such great success with this fitness foundation building book that Squire decided to pen the follow-up to it. "Strength and interval training is a natural part of the progression after one has developed an aerobic foundation", says Squire.
The two books in tandem were part of a series that, when combined, give people all the tools they need to develop strong and sensible training programs.
"There is too much misinformation out there nowadays", says Squire. He adds, "For instance timed rest periods are wrong, it is the heart rate reaching a recovered level that signifies the end of a rest interval, rather than time".
Anyone is welcome to download a free copy of the book by visiting either the Heart Rate Watch Company blog or the Heart Rate Watch Company website. "We could charge money for the book but the first book developed so many loyal customers that we thought - we'll just give it away", says Squire.