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4.02 Monitoring the HeartPart I: Pulse Rate Take your pulse at the wrist, as described on the Work Out tab of 4.02, and record it below. Your count for 30 seconds __26_ x 2 = _52__ bpmCount again for 1 minute only= __47_ bpmPart II: Resting Heart Rate (RHR)a.Record your heart rate for an equivalent of a minute. b.Do not eat for two hours prior to taking your resting heart rate. c.Sit or lay down for at least 30 minutes before taking resting heart rate. d.An ideal time to take your resting pulse is immediately after waking from a night's sleep. Take your resting heart rate for three days then find the average for three days. Day 1 __47___Day 2 __43___Day 3 __48___Total __138___ divide by 3 = ___46__ This is your Resting Heart RatePart III: Computing Your Target Heart Rate Zone (THR) Your THR Zone is a range in which you are giving your heart a good workout. Exercising in your THR Zone yields the greatest benefit from exercise. Read the following information and study the examples provided before completing this activity.