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How Is Target Heart Rate Calculated? Formula My Rates 1. Determine your Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) by subtracting your age from 220. 220-age = MHR 205 2. Determine your Resting Heart Rate (radial or carotid artery). Once you feel the beat, begin counting for 60 seconds. 57 3. Subtract your Resting Heart Rate (RHR) from your MHR. This gives your Heart Rate Reserve. (HRmax Reserve). MHR – RHR = HRmax Reserve 148 4. To get the lower end of your target heart rate (50%), multiply your Heart Rate Reserve by .50 and then add your Resting Heart Rate to it. (HRmax Reserve * 0.50) + RHR = low end of zone 148.5 5. To get the highest end of your target heart rate zone (85%), multiply your Heart Rate Reserve from step 3 by 0.85, and add your Resting Heart Rate to it. (HRmax Reserve * 0.85) + RHR = high end of zone 148.85 Heart Rate Reflection Question Were you able to maintain your workouts within your calculated target heart rate zone? Explain which activities you enjoyed most and which best helped you stay in your THR zone.

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