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www.runnersworld.com/health-injuries/a20791648/max-heart-rate

Feb 25, 2021 ... How to Calculate Maximum Heart Rate · Gellish2: 191.5 - .007 x age^2 = MHR · Fairburn: 201 - .63 x age for women = MHR OR 208 - .80 x age for men&nbs...

www.healthyperformance.co.uk/exercise-heart-rate-training-zones

Everyone's maximum heart rate differs slightly based on their age. To calculator your maximum heart rate subtract your age from 220.

www.sclhealth.org/blog/2018/08/heart-rate-monitor

Maximum target heart rate: Take 220 – your age. ... suggest that meticulously tracking your heart rate during exercise will not reap outsized benefits.

www.sharecare.com/health/evaluating-measuring-fitness-levels/what-should-heart-rate-exercising

Subtract your age from 220. For example, a 30-year-old has a maximum heart rate of 220-30 = 190. His target heart rate for cardio respiratory exercise would ...

www.bupa.com.au/healthlink/health-tools/target-heart-rate

Your maximum heart rate is estimated by deducting your age from the number 220, and is expressed in beats per minute (bpm).

www.ntnu.edu/cerg/hrmax

In The HUNT Fitness Study, we measured accurate maximum heart rate in 3,320 healthy adults aged between 19 ...

theconversation.com/health-check-what-should-our-maximum-heart-rate-be-during-exercise-107963

Apr 1, 2019 ... Exercising at your maximal heart rate isn't always effective. ... an optimal heart rate for exercise depends on your exercise goal, age, ...

www.whoop.com/thelocker/max-heart-rate-training-zones

A basic formula that is commonly used is to just subtract your age from 220. So by this method, if you're 30 years old you're max heart rate is 190 beats per ...

www.lifespanfitness.com/pages/target-heart-rate-calculator

Exercise Benefits: Max fat burn, but you must be fit enough to train with some oxygen present for additional fat burn. No fat burning if exercising above fat ...

www.reuters.com/article/us-exercise-heart/to-optimize-exercise-heed-your-heart-rate-training-zone-idUSTRE8081HZ20120109

Jan 9, 2012 ... ... rate training zone, or target heart rate, is based on your maximum heart rate (MHR), which is roughly calculated as 220 minus your age.

schoolwires.henry.k12.ga.us/cms/lib/GA01000549/Centricity/Domain/6592/Determining%20your%20Target%20Heart%20Rate%20Zone.pdf

1. Take 220 and subtract your age. Example: 220 – 15 = 205(This is your Maximum Heart Rate). 2. Then take ...