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What a troublesome portion of our bikini bods . Besides the dreaded belly pouch, its the anatomical situation that deters us most from lounging in the sand and and soaking up the sun. But since an entirely new bathing suit season is (almost) among us, we figured its about time to start loving the home to many of our p90X3 workouts powerhouse muscles. Our celebrity inspiration in this mission for trim thighs?
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The science behind the perfect workout playlist
There are many free apps that automatically calculate and tag a songs BPM, such as the BPM Analyzer . Generally speaking, warm-up and cool-down songs should fall into the 80-90 bpm range . The musics tempo should increase to the 120-140 bpm range once your workout transitions into a moderate intensity level. The ideal bpm will vary from person to person, depending on their working heart rate, but exercisers can increase the intensity of their workout by raising the tempo a little beyond their comfort zone. This should make you work even harder, but youll be so motivated by the music that youll barely notice the extra effort.
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Be sure you warm-up first! Get a clock/timer: Set it for 20 seconds in the work zone, with a 10-second recovery. There is a phone app called UltraTimer. It has the Tabata timewatch on it. Location: At home or virtually anywhere.
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