Fidel Tukel: Aerobic Training

Fidel Tukel owns a boxing gym, and he is a professional trainer, manager, and promoter. In addition to his work training aspiring boxers at his gym, he is also a personal trainer who works with many notable clients who want to learn how to box. In his spare time, he provides physical fitness training to children, so he is an expert when it comes to exercise.

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Anaerobic exercise is a form that is important for all athletes because aerobic activities contribute to cardiovascular health. Even if you are a highly skilled athlete, if you are winded, you are not going to be able to deliver a peak performance.

This is why boxing trainers like Fidel Tukel have always emphasized the importance of road work for fighters. Any activity that raises your heart rate above a certain level is considered to be aerobic exercise. There is a basic formula that you can use to determine your maximum heart rate.

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You deduct your age from the number 220, so if you are 40, your maximum allowable heart rate would be 180. The target for aerobic exercise would be to maintain a rate that is 55 to 80 percent of this maximum figure for 20 minutes or more at least three times per week.

Running is a great form of aerobic exercise, and it doesn’t require any equipment or a gym membership. Swimming is also a fantastic form of aerobic exercise that is easy on your joints, and vigorous bike rides can get your heart pumping. Many people can get motivated on their own, but if you find it hard to stick to an exercise program, you may want to engage the services of a personal trainer like Fidel Tukel.



About Fidel Tukel

Fidel Tukel is a boxing promoter and trainer based in Sydney, Australia. He organized his first boxing match in April of 2008 and has organized over twenty-five such events since. One of his accomplishments for boxing fans in Australia the first free-to-air boxing event in Australia in over twenty years on ONE HD, when he promoted four fights in four weeks.
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