Meagan Kline

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Meagan Kline is an exercise physiologist at the Intermountain Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray. She received her Bachelor of Science at the University of Utah and recently finished her Master of Exercise Science at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Her areas of focus and guidance have been with cardiac and pulmonary patients, as well as pediatric cancer survivors.

Your heart is a muscle - Exercise it

By Meagan Kline
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The heart is a muscle just like our biceps and quadriceps.  We need to exercise these muscles daily to stay healthy and strong.  So, what is the difference?  How do we keep our hearts healthy?​​ Learn how many minutes of cardio exercise you need each week, and what level of intensity you should shoot for.

Warm up and cool down vital to exercise plan

By Meagan Kline
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Warming up and cooling down pre- and post-exercise are important steps that far too many people forget, or just don’t do. A good warm up and a proper cool down can increase the effectiveness of your exercise session, and help your muscles not hurt quite as bad the next day.