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Heart Rate Cross-Train Activity 1) Calculate your Maximum Target Heart Rate (THR) based on the standard formula (Men=(220- age), Women=(226-age) 2) Calculate your THR Zone (.60-.90 of your Max THR) 3) Follow the group circuit activity, starting with a moderate-paced warm up and ending with a steady cool down/stretch. Keep track of your HR by periodically looking at your HR watch during each different group of exercises (i.e. warm up phase, strength exercises, cardiovascular endurance, etc.). Record the readings for each group below: i. Warm up phase (record the average reading, not when you first put the watch
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Unformatted text preview: on) ii. Cardiovascular circuits (record the highest reading, when you feel you are working hardest) iii. Strength Circuits (again, record the highest reading, when you feel you are working hardest) iv. Cool Down/Stretch (check your HR to make sure it is coming down, make note of the average reading) 4) What was your highest average HR reading? Which activity were you doing? 5) What was your lowest average HR reading? Which activity were you doing? 6) Did you stay in your THR Zone most of the time? Did you get above or below your zone (not including warm up or cool down phases)? Explain:...
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