Catch Stars Much? Learning How to Bring it Down Quickly & Safely.
Slow down, especially if you feel light-headed. Ignore the fast beat playing in the background and concentrate on your own body’s pace instead. Rather than moving those legs as fast as you can, moderate and focus on a smooth average cadence in order to maintain a lower heart rate.
Concentrate on breathing. Your heart rate is at its lowest point at the tail end of an exhale so, lower your breathing speed and exhale completely in order to reduce your heart rate. This is the fastest way to bring your heart rate down, and by taking a sufficient amount of oxygen in, you’ll bounce back quickly!
It’s okay to take a break! If you start to feel lightheaded or weak, it’s okay to take a break. Steadily get off the bike, find your balance, and sit on the floor with your back against the wall. Resting while focusing on breathing will likely help drop your heart rate, and be sure to take as much time as you need. If you’re feeling better after a few minutes, you might gently ease back into the workout, but if the dizziness doesn’t subside, call it a day and focus on drinking water and relaxing instead.
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