Over time, you should aim for 20 to 30 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity five times a week. However, for some, a less intense programme may be more suitable (for example building up to 10 to 15 minutes over time).
Always do the warm-up exercises first. Then complete the exercises before finishing with the cool down. Before you start to exercise, remember to enjoy it and:
We recommend you start the exercise programme at Level 1, regardless of your previous abilities. Progress to level 2 and 3 when you are able to complete 40mins at the previous level without feeling too short of breath (how it feels breathing scale below 4).
Mẹo chơi xóc đĩa bịp trên điện thoạiThe main exercise component is continuous, doing each exercise for the allocated time and then moving straight onto the next. Depending on your ability you may not initially complete a full circuit, but as your ability improves and you’re able to exercise longer, you may be able to complete more than one circuit.
Mẹo chơi xóc đĩa bịp trên điện thoạiBelow is the how it feels breathing scale. You should measure how hard you are working by using this scale.
|0||Nothing at all|
|0.5||Very, very light/just noticeable|
|1||Very light/very easy|
|3||Moderate/beginning to feel a bit puffed|
|4||Somewhat strong/fairly hard
Feeling a bit puffed but able to talk
|5||Strong/hard/out of breath|
|7||Very strong/very tiring/very out of breath|
|10||Mẹo chơi xóc đĩa bịp trên điện thoạiVery, very strong/extremely hard
Mẹo chơi xóc đĩa bịp trên điện thoạiAlmost maximal
Referrals to Cardiac Rehabilitation are accepted via your Consultant or GP. For any further information contact the Cardiac Rehabilitation team on 01582 497469.