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Fit Mama: Today I Took the Pluge – I Bought a Fancy Heart Rate Monitor

This past week has been an emotional roller coaster, for a lot of reasons. When my life is emotional, I like to do a lot of cardio. I don’t know why – it just works out that way.

When I feel like doing more of a particular exercise – circuits vs. lifting vs. cardio – I go with it. I figure that if my body feels like it’s not getting enough of a particular workout, then I should try to do more of it, at least for a while.

But this week I learned something new: Because of the medication I’m taking with my blood clotting disorder, I have to be careful about taking my heart rate too high. So today, I indulged myself and invested in a fancy new heart rate monitor....Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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