Aero/Tone everyday?

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BriscF
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2011/01/07 14:12:47 (permalink)

Aero/Tone everyday?

I have a question related to the exercising everyday question.  Is it safe to do an aero/tone workout everyday?  I read the answer to that a long time ago in one of the catalogs, but I can't find it anywhere right now.

I also wanted to know if it was safe to use weighted gloves (1 lb.) everyday.  For instance, I'm focusing on weight loss right now, so I'm focusing on cardio only workouts for the moment. But some of the workouts are not getting my heart rate up high enough even when I do the high intensity variations, so I was thinking of adding the weighted gloves to boost the intensity level.  Is that safe?  Maybe one day with the gloves and one without?

Thank you in advance for any suggestions or advice.
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    Lilac
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    Re:Aero/Tone everyday? 2011/01/13 14:43:56 (permalink)
    I think 1 lb gloves would be fine to use every day. I've also heard aero/tone is fine to do every day as long as you use light weights. "Light weights" vary from person to person, but usually 2-5 lbs.
    Good luck!
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    BriscF
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    Re:Aero/Tone everyday? 2011/01/14 10:44:19 (permalink)
    Hi Lilac!

    Thank you for answering my question. I wanted to make sure I was safe, and now I know I can be.

    Thanks again.

    Lynne
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    Lilac
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    Re:Aero/Tone everyday? 2011/01/15 18:11:07 (permalink)
    Hi BriscF!
    Well, I'm no expert, but that is what I've read/heard.
    The best thing is just to listen to your body, if it feels like you are overdoing it, then time for a rest day, or easier workout.
    Also you might want to consider doing a workout that concentrates more on the upper body one day and lower body the next.
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