There is too much misinformation flying around these days about how to get fit and shows like the "Biggest Loser" and programs like the insanity workout are completely inappropriate starting points
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Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
The book "How To Successfully Use A Heart Rate Monitor" was written by world record holder Rusty Squire of the Heart Rate Watch Company and you can get a complimentary copy of the book right now. The book topically is about diet, exercise and changing routines to succeed.
"In the first 10 pages, or more, we barely mention heart rate monitors" says author Rusty Squire. He adds, "We actually talk more about diet, whole foods, dietary modification and planning, plus we talk about base building training philosophy and targeting fats for fuels - it is quite a departure from the title to be sure".
In the second half of the book there is discussion about how to properly use a heart rate monitor to build an aerobic foundation. "There is too much misinformation flying around these days about how to get fit and shows like the "Biggest Loser" and programs like the insanity workout are completely inappropriate starting points", says Squire. He adds, "They are conceptually and fundamentally wrong and no world-class athletes use these methods, they use the kinds of methods we discuss - smart diet, working out at the correct heart rate levels while base building, so they teach their bodies to burn fats for fuels".
You can get your complimentary copy of the book by visiting the Heart Rate Watch Company's website and clicking on the blog/books/news tab. "Simply go to the books section and we have set this book and two other books I have written up as free Adobe PDF downloads", says Squire.
A Polar heart rate monitor, Garmin GPS watch, or other device, such as the new Garmin fenix or Garmin Edge 510 can get anyone started, but knowing how to use the device and how to train properly is much more powerful according to Squire.
OTHER COMPLIMENTARY BOOKS
"We also have the books "How To Elevate Fitness With Strength and Interval Training" and "Heart Rate Monitors For Newbies" available to download as well", says Squire. The strength and interval training book was a natural follow-up to the first book "How to Successfully Use a Heart Rate Monitor" because it is the next phase of training following base building. "The Heart Rate Monitors for Newbies book is more of a "How To" book on the selection process and understanding the technology", says Squire.
It is rare to see company's willing to give away valuable information on fitness and training, especially three books. "We do it because we want people to succeed, if they buy a heart rate monitor or bike computer from us then great, and if they don't that is o.k. too!". He adds, "We've had people come back to us 6 months later and say they lost 40 pounds using our books, so its all good".