According to the American Heart Association, pulse or heart rate charts show the average range of target heart rate and maximum heart rate by age. Pulse rate charts are in beats per minute and give goals to reach during ... More »

The American Heart Association provides a chart for target heart rates based on age, at heart.org. Alternatively, an individual can find his maximum heart rate by subtracting his age from 220. More »

A pulse rate chart, or target heart rate chart, is helpful to monitor exertion levels during exercise, states the American Heart Association. The information helps people determine if they are working out too hard or not... More »

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To read a pulse rate chart, use your age to determine your target heart rate range. While exercising, stop to take your pulse. If it is below the range, increase the amount of exercise, and if it is above the range, decr... More »

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A pulse rate chart, or target heart rate chart, is helpful to monitor exertion levels during exercise, states the American Heart Association. The information helps people determine if they are working out too hard or not... More »

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The formula to calculate target heart rate range is: heart rate = [(220 - age) x 0.50] to [(220 - age) x 0.85]. This target range is 50 to 85 percent of the average maximum heart rate for age, according to the American H... More »

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You can find your target heart rate as determined by your age on a chart provided by the American Heart Association. The target heart rate chart is available on the American Heart Association website. More »

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