A resting heart rate chart gives the average heart rates that people should have when they aren't exerting energy through physical activity or movement, according to the American Heart Association. The average heart rate... More »

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Two online resources that provide heart rate charts are the American Heart Association and HPMC Occupational Medical Services (OMS). The American Heart Association provides a chart of average target heart zones for diffe... 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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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 find the resting heart rate, locate the pulse and count the beats for 60 seconds. The best places to feel the pulse are on the wrist, inside of the elbow, at the side of the neck and on the top of the foot, according ... More »

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A person's resting heart rate is his number of heartbeats per minute during periods of inactivity or relaxation. The typical resting heart rate for an adult is between 60 and 100 beats per minute, according to the Americ... More »

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The normal heart rate for women is between 60 and 100 beats per minute, according to the American Heart Association. Medications, body size, body position, fitness level and air temperature affect heart rates while resti... More »