Getting Started with Training for Moto.

From my experience, I feel that a good base is important when it comes to your cardio. Meaning that you should have do some something that gets your heart rate up around the 130-140 BPM mark for a half an hour to an hour several times a week for at least a couple of weeks to a month. Depending on what you have available to you, you can take a relatively easy jog, bicycle ride or work out on a rowing machine to accomplish this. These workouts are fairly easy but help for your recovery once you start ramping your training up.

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Brandon Brown

Longtime Pro racer with a couple of championships under my belt in the US and Mexico. Love the sport and have an interest in writing as well. Currently enjoying being married to my wife, Megan, and spending time with my firstborn son, Loic. Check out my Facebook page for all my race happenings, or visit my website.

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