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Do I Burn Calories If I Work Out Above My Target Heart Rate?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
do I burn calories if I work out above my target heart rate? how do I calculate target heart rate? also what is maximum heart rate and how do I calculate it?
Answer: You will burn calories in any target heart rate zone. Your MGR is based on your age and also you need to know your resting heart rate (take your pulse for a minute before getting out of bed in the morning). Go to the site in the source, it's much simpler.
How Long Does Your Heart Rate Need To Be At It'S Target For Excessive To Be Effective?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How long does your heart rate need to be at it's target for excessive to be effective? According to my age my target heart rate is 95 for a beginner excessive. I am wondering how long does my excessive need to beat this rate for excessive to be effective. I thought your body doesn't start to really burn calories until after a certain amount of time. Thanks in advance
Answer: Food is fuel. The Calorie (actually kilocalorie) is a measure of the energy content of a fuel. You are ALWAYS burning calories even when you are sleeping, just to keep your brain working, heart pumping, and to maintain 98.6°. Performing physical work increases your fuel requirements. There is no time limit, or threshold time. Target heart rate is an oversimplification people use when they don't want to go through (or when they don't understand!) a two hour explanation of fat metabolism. The truth is, exercise harder and longer, burn more calories. As simple as that. For the two hour explanation, see article below. In addition, the formulas to calculate target heart rate are a very rough generic approximation, not any sort of physical constant. I'm nearly your age, but I maintain (comfortably) 150-160 BM for several hours during training rides on my bicycle. According to the formula, I shouldn't be able to do that. BM sounds awfully low to me, but I'm not you. If it seems way too easy at that level, it probably is. Bottom line: Kudos for starting an exercise program. More is better, harder is better, but I can't advise you on a length or intensity sight unseen. I have no way of knowing your physical condition or about any physical problems you might have. Hopefully you do. At our age, a medically supervised stress test is a good idea to flush out any problems before we go off and do any marathons.
What Works For You To A Successful And Nutritional Choice Of Meals?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
What works for you to a successful and nutritional choice of meals? I am trying to lose some weight and would like to hear some suggestions about food choices. What do you eat that definitely has worked for you. And of course with the exercise. How many days a week and what and how long you do it for? What's your weekly normal day eating plan. Nothing extreme, things you can buy in a supermarket, no diet pills. Just natural things. Not fond of read meat. The best answer will get 10 Pt's. :) Meal plan Exercise suggestions + tone down
Answer: workout 3 times a week with weights, not too much weight, just get that blood movies through Ur muscles, then the days Ur not working out, do some cardie, u can look up how to calculate Wit to get Ur heart rate too and for how long at WNW.ehow.com/how_4819208_calculate-target-heart-rate.html then for food, my best recommendation is to see a nutritionist, they will tell u a VERY specific eating schedule to meet Ur needs, but as for Wit I do, just lots of fruits green veggies, for protein maybe some fish, peanut butter sand which with whole wheat bread, glass of milk, try to stay away from trans fat and fat calories, baked chips are a wonderful substitute for the high calorie Doritos and Wit not.
How Do You Calculate Maximum, Target, And Highest Heart Rate?From Homework Help Forum:
how do you calculate maximum, target, and highest heart rate? I have an assignment due, and I have no idea how to calculate this, ESPECIALLY the highest heart rate! Anyone have a clue? Please help!
Answer: The maximum heart rate will vary significantly between individuals and is determined with a cardiac stress test. The most common formula encountered is HR max = 220 − age. The maximum heart rate is the highest heart rate an individual can safely achieve so I am not sure what you are looking for when you want the highest heart rate. The target heart rate also varies depending on a person's physical condition, gender, and previous training and there are many different way to calculate it. The Keven method factors in resting heart rate (HRrest) to calculate target heart rate (THR), using a range of 50–85% intensity: THR = ((HRmax − HRrest) × % intensity) + HRrest Example for someone with a HR max of 180 and a HR rest of 70: 50% intensity: ((180 − 70) × 0.50) + 70 = 125 bpm 85% intensity: ((180 − 70) × 0.85) + 70 = 163 bpm
How Do Physical Therapist Use Math?From Primary & Secondary Education Forum:
How do Physical therapist use math? I'm doing a project for school and I need to know a specific way physical therapist use math.
Answer: We use math to calculate averages...on standardized tests, etc. ...to understand statistics (ie, whether a value is of statistical significance when reading research) ...to calculate target heart rate ...to calculate percentage of 1 rep max, etc ...on a deeper level, we need math to understand chemistry and physics, we need chemistry to understand physiology, we need physiology to understand how muscles work, we need physics to understand torque, force, etc. Good luck
Whats My Heart Rate Suppose To Be?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
whats my heart rate suppose to be? my parents just bought me a commercial treadmill... wow its huge and heavy Lil but ya I'm 20 years old and when I'm running I check my pulse on the machine and its like 100 is that good? or do I need to run fast or on an incline? I forgot how to calculate target heart rate I think that's important or sumthing?? anyone know? 20yr, weight 150 lbs (68 kg) height: 5'9
Answer: 100 is low ...I think....doesn't the treadmill tell you what your "aim heart rate" should be...the one in my gym does....
Health Help I Really Really Need Y'All To Answer! ^-^?From Other - Health Forum:
Health help I really really need y'all to answer! ^-^? OK so I have a health test tomorrow (6th grade) and I forgot my study guide at school so I need y'all to answer these questions....What is the difference between physical fitness and physical activity? What are the three heart rates? (I know threes target heart rate and resting heart rate don't know the other one..) How do you calculate target heart rate? What is a calorie? What is excersice?.......And then there's this other one about the 5 something about physical fitness... Lil so yeah please please help me!
Answer: Physical fitness is how good of shape you are in. Physical activity is what exercise you do to become physically fit. Resting heart rate, target heart rate, and probably maximum heart rate. To calculate target heart rate, you must know your maximum heart rate. Suppose your maximum heart rate is 200 BM, then your target heart rate for aerobic activity would be around 75% of that, or 150 BM. A calorie is a unit of energy generally used for measurement of the amount of energy in food or stored/expended energy in the human body. Exercise is activity to maintain or improve physical fitness. I do not know what you mean about the "5 something."
Heart Rate Monitor Is Constantly Too High?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
heart rate monitor is constantly too high? I bought a heart rate monitor a few weeks ago in order to calculate target heart rate, etc. but the monitor is always really high when I put it on just to test it. sitting in my chair (not even typing) it will be as high as 200 then drop down to like 50 and spike back up. I've moved the monitor around to try to get a better reading, and it'll seem to work then spike (and sometimes stay that high). I am wetting the conductor things on the back and it still does this. Any advice on how to change this or where exactly I should have it laying (I am a fairly busty girl, and I didn't know if that would effect the results either?)??
Which Is Better - Slow Jogging For 30 Min Or Faster Jogging For 20 Min?From Men's Health Forum:
Which is better - slow jogging for 30 min or faster jogging for 20 min? I am 40 male and do jogging on a jogging track every alternate day - if I do slow and steady I can do for 30 minutes and if I do it a little faster my limit is 20 minutes. Which is more beneficial ?
Answer: There is a certain target heart rate you should achieve while jogging or exercising to avoid overheating. Check this website to calculate target heart rate http://www.cchs.net/health/health-info/docs/0900/0984.asp?index=5508 If you go beyond the target heart rate, you should rest a bit or slow down.
What Would My Body Look Like If I Only Did Lots Of Cardie Workouts?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
what would my body look like if I only did lots of cardie workouts? and only cardie workouts? I'm happy with the size of my muscles
Answer: Cardie workouts are good for fat burning, heart health, and general fitness. It's strength training that works to build muscle mass. If you do high-intensity cardie your heart rate is too high for your body to go into fat burn mode (and this is alright if you want heart-healthy, general fitness cardie but don't want to lose weight). If you actually want to lose weight, the intensity is a little bit lower to keep your heartbeat in the target range for fat burning. Look at http://www.racedaynutrition.com/HeartRate.aspx to calculate target heart rates and get a look at where your heart rate should be according to what your goals for doing cardie are. (If you don't want to build muscle I'd shoot for below the 80%+ heart rates given in the chart. See the key at the bottom of the page). You can get a heart rate monitor to wear, from a company like Pilot, to pay attention to where your heart rate is and get an accurate reading of how many calories you are burning, if this is important to you. Otherwise machines like cross-trainers will have accurate heartbeat monitoring. The calories they say you are burning are usually inaccurate because the only thing they take into account is your age (but if your goal is not weight loss, this does not really matter).
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