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What Happens When I Workout Over My Target Heart Rate Zone?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
What happens when I workout over my target heart rate zone? I want to know what happens when you exercise over your target heart rate zone?
Answer: go ogle it 2 points
Does Your Target Heart Rate Zone Depend At All On Your Height Or Weight?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Does your target heart rate zone depend at all on your height or weight? For example, take two 18-year-old girls, both with a similar level of fitness, but one is 5'10" and one is 4'10". Would their heart rates be expected to differ because of their different body sizes, or is age really the *only* factor that affects their target heart rate zone?
Answer: height and weight are not factored in. (220- Your age) x (.75)
What Is The Average Heart Rate Zone For Teenagers?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
What is the average heart rate zone for teenagers? I have to make a list or chart of what the target heart rate zone for teenagers under 20 is. Please send me a link r just tell me!thank you.
Answer: Normal heart rate for teens and adults if around 60. About 60 - 80 is good.
Why Does Running Not Raise My Heart Beat?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Why does running not raise my heart beat? I try to run for a 45 minute period every day, at probably a MPH speed. But my heart rate never reaches my target heart rate zone. It's always under 60% of my maximum heart rate. Am I still burning the same amount of calories or do I need to have my heart rate super high?
Answer: Running at 60-70% of your maximum heart rate is known as the energy efficient or recovery zone. Running within this zone develops basic endurance and aerobic capacity and it is known as the "fat burning zone". An advantage to running in this zone is that you are happily bu ring fat and losing weight. Running at 50-60% of max. heart rate also decreases body fat, but any lower than this means it's not. If your heart rate doesn't reach your target heart rate zone, you might have to pick up the pace, and speed up a little, so your body works harder to pump blood to supply your muscles, resulting in an elevated heart rate. No you don't need to have your heart rate super high, particularly if you're only a beginner exerciser. Don't push yourself too hard if you're only starting out. Hope this helps! :)
I Did Cardie Exercises For My First Time So Is It Good To Do Them Everyday?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
I did cardie exercises for my first time so is it good to do them everyday? Even when your legs really hurt? I want to push myself a lot. I'm only 17 so my target heart rate zone is like 203. It goes up to like 190 when I do it and I sweat a lot. But I want to know if its dangerous or beneficial if I do them everyday and ignore the pain. My cardie is basically doing StairMaster, running, and a bicycling class.
Answer: 203 is your maximum heart rate, not your target heart rate zone. Do not try to reach that heart rate. You're a beginner and should be in the range of 65% - 80% of your HR max which is 132-162 BM. Start off by going 3-4 days/week for a month then go up to 4-5/wk. You don't want to get shin splints through overuse in the beginning. You can work through muscle soreness since that's normal, especially when starting out, but don't over do it.
How Does A Wireless Heart Rate Monitor Work?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How does a wireless heart rate monitor work? My parents want strapless wireless HARM watch's for their birthdays. They want it to beep when entering and exiting their target heart rate zones. They will use this working out, walking, and biking. Would they have to hold their fingers on the sensors of all the watches? Are there watches that have a sensor on your wrist? DP you preset these? How to they work if they are not getting a constant read out? They don't want chest straps! I have to order them or find them soon at target or dick's for this weekend. I'm confused. Strapless monitors do not continuously monitor, so from my research - I had to get them the ones with the strap.
Answer: these devices detect the radial(wrist) pulse, and may be programmed to beep at set numbers. Be proud of your parents for caring about their health, they are setting a good example for you. Check out a place like sharper image for on line orders or check at a local health club or nutrition store.
What Is A Normal Ruhr And Maximum Heart Rate for A 15 Year Old Girl?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
What is a normal RUHR and maximum heart rate for a 15 year old girl? 2. What is your target heart rate zone (THR) 3. What is your resting heart rate (RHR) What is normal for a 15 year old girl on both of these things?
Answer: max is 220 minus Ur age, so 205.
What Are The Ages Of The Two Women,Ane The Beat Of Their Pulse?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
What are the ages of the two women,ane the beat of their pulse? Two women in an aerobics class stop to take their pulse, and are surprised to find that they have the same pulse. To achieve the maximum benefit for the heart when exercising, your heart rate (in beats per minute) should be in the target heart rate zone. The lower limit of this zone is found by taking 70% of the difference between 220 and your age. The upper limit is found by using 85%. One woman is 36 years older than the other and is working at the upper limit of her target heart rate zone. The younger woman is working at the lower limit of her target heart rate zone.
Answer: Looks more like a mathematics question. Let the age of the young woman be y Since old woman is 36 years older, her age is y+36 Old woman pulse rate = (220 - y - 36) x 0.85 Young woman pulse rate = (220 - y) x 0.7 Since both of them have the same pulse rate, (220 - y - 36) x 0.85 = (220-y) x 0.7 156.4 - 0.85y = 154 - 0.7y 0.85y - 0.7y = 156.4 - 154 0.15y = 2.4 y = 16 Age of young woman = 16 Age of old woman = 52
Taget Heart Rate Zone? How Do I Find How To Calculate Without Using The The Calculators Online?From Other - Education Forum:
taget heart rate zone? how do I find how to calculate without using the the calculators online? I want to know how to calculate my target heart rate zone my phys. ed teacher wants us to show our calculations and how we multiply and such can anybody please help?
Answer: take 200 minus your age times it by .8 to get you max heart rate times it by .65 to get you aerobic heart rate any where between those good numbers should be in your target heart rate zone
Would Doing Aerobic Excesses At Above My Target Heart Rate Be Better Than At It?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
would doing aerobic excesses at above my target heart rate be better than at it? My target heart rate zone is 140-155. Would getting it above that like 170-180 help me burn fat/calories faster or would it do some else?
Answer: yes it would help you burn more calories but try keeping that up for more than 10 minutes....
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