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NameInstructorDateSectionDetermining Target Heart RatePractice taking your heart rate at both the carotid and radial locations. You can feel the carotid pulse next to the larynx, beneath thelower jaw. The radial pulse is located on the inside of the wrist, directly in line with the base of the thumb. Use a stopwatch to countfor 15, 30, and 60 seconds. To determine your heart rate in beats per minute (bpm), multiply your 15-second count by 4, and your30-second count by 2.Try locating and taking the heart rate of a classmate at both the radial and carotid locations. Record your resting pulse counts in thespaces provided.Carotid Pulse Count (self)Heart Rate (bpm)Radial Pulse Count (self)Heart Rate (bpm)15 seconds:4Calculate0:4Calculate030 seconds:2Calculate0:2Calculate060 seconds:1Calculate0:1Calculate0Carotid Pulse Count (partner)Heart Rate (bpm)Radial Pulse Count (partner)Heart Rate (bpm)15 seconds:4Calculate0:4Calculate030 seconds:2Calculate0:2Calculate060 seconds:1Calculate0:1Calculate0The target heart rate (THR) range is calculated in steps.
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Term
Spring
Professor
D.Campbell
Tags
heart rate, pulse, target heart rate

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