Heart Rate Training

Heart Rate Training - Heart Rate Training: Heart Rate...

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Heart Rate Training: Heart Rate Training Zones There are four variables you manipulate when designing a training program. What are these? Briefly describe each. Mode – method of exercise you choose for a workout; modes that are the same as the competition are specific modes Duration – the length of the workout; general recommendation is to train between 20 and 60 minutes per session; duration is based on intensity – the more intense the shorter the session Intensity – no accepted method to describe intensity; the most common methods are RPE, velocity, power, lactate, and heart rate How is intensity measured? Briefly describe each Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) – rating based on how hard they are working; the exertion level is based on how hard they are breathing and whether they can talk while they are working out Velocity – how fast the client is moving; it’s common to use the word “pace” when referring to velocity; environmental conditions affect the value of pace as an intensity tool; combining pace with other variables provides valuable data
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course APK 4125 taught by Professor Drenning during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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