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Target Heart Rate Calculator. If you're wondering how to get active safely or you want to start exercising after being diagnosed with a heart condition, this ...

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Zone 1 @Z1, RECOVERY. Intensity: 50-60% of your max HR. Easy spin or light pedal pressure, is a very low-level exercise. Requires ...

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The Heart Rate Calculator. Your Maximum heart rate (HRMax) can be determined using the formula: 226 - your age for women or 220 - your age for men.

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MAXIMUM HEART RATE (MHR) calculators vary and should be used as a guideline. In order to determine your MHR, you should take a stress test under the ...

www.shapesense.com/fitness-exercise/calculators/maximum-heart-rate-calculator.aspx

This calculator provides an estimate of your maximum heart rate as calculated by both the widely accepted classic formula and the more accurate Tanaka ...

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Your target heart rate is 50 to 85 percent of your maximum heart rate. It is the level at which your heart is beating with moderate to high intensity. To determine  ...

www.livestrong.com/tools/target-heart-rate

Interested in maximizing your workout? LIVESTRONG.COM's interactive heart rate calculator can help you determine the right training heart rate range for ...

www.aqua-calc.com/calculate/maximum-heart-rate

The calculator answers the question: What is the maximum heart rate of a man or a woman of a specific age? The page also computes the target heart rate ranges  ...

www.spotebi.com/fitness-tips/resting-and-recovery-heart-rates

Measure your resting and recovery heart rates, enter your numbers in the recovery heart rate calculator, and find out how fit and healthy you truly are!

www.weightloss.com.au/weight-loss/weight-loss-tools/target-heart-rate-calculator.html

If you want to workout in the correct Target Heart Rate for weight loss or improved fitness, you'll find this calculator very useful.

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This calculates the target heart rate based on a person's resting heart rates and their target training zone using the heart rate reserve or Karvonen method.