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Stress Management for Health Course

Walking Exercise Log

 

 

 

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Resting

Heart Rate

Exercise

Heart Rate

Cool-Down

Heart Rate

 

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How to use the Log

        First, print this log and hang it in a place where you will see it often.

        Record the date and length of time that you exercised/walked for each exercise session.

        Take your resting heart rate at the beginning of exercise and record.

        Take your exercise heart rate during the exercise session or immediately after exercise.

        Take your cool-down heart rate after you have stopped your exercise and have rested for a few minutes.  Make sure it has come down to the pre-exercise level.  (Adapted from The Walking Exercise Log 1998 The Trustees of Indiana University)

 

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