Now, we’re ready to calculate your target heart rate. here is the actual calculation. Target Heart Rate; THR. You’re going to take 220 minus your age, and you’re going to get a number there. You’re going to subtract your resting heart rate that we did in the earlier tutorial, and you’re going to get a number here. Then, based on how intensely you’re going to work out; if that’s a 60% intensity, or 70%, or even 80 or 85%, you?re going to multiply that by either .6, .7, .8, or .85. You’re going to get a number, and you’re going to.

Add your resting heart rate to that number. this is an estimate of your actual target heart rate; it’s not the actual target heart rate. To do that you need more sophisticated equipment. Here’s an example; a sixty year old man; 22060=160, and we’ll say that his resting heart rate is 60, as well, so you subtract that and we get 100. He’s going to workout at 60% of his max, so we get 60 there. Add the resting heart rate back on, so his target heart rate is 120. In the next tutorial we’re going to actually take an actor to his.

## High Blood Pressure Tips Treatments Calculating Resting Heart Rate

We talked about needing to figure out what your intensity of aerobic exercise will be. For beginners, you can just use the simple brisk walking technique; where you are still able to carry on a conversation, but you’re having a brisk breathing sensation. Another way to do it is to actually calculate your target heart rate. To do that, first you need to calculate what your resting heart rate is, so you need to get a watch with a second hand on it, or that calculates digitally, and you’re going to isolate your radial artery,.

Which is here, and place your index finger on it. don’t use your thumb, because there’s a pulse in your thumb, and that will confuse the sensation. You’re going to place your finger on there, and count the number of beats you feel in a ten second interval. For instance; if I feel ten, I’m going to multiply that by six, so I would get 60 beats in a minute. It is important to take it when you are at rest, so first thing in the morning would be best, but that would be your resting heart rate. We’re going to use that to figure out.

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