Subtract your age by 220
No, It is recommended that you exercise at 55% to 85% of your predicted maximum heart rate (220 minus your age)
Young children generally have a maximal heart rate approaching 220 beats per minute. This maximal rate falls throughout life. By age 60 maximal heart rate in a group of 100 men will average about 160 beats per minute. This fall in heart rate seems to be a linear process so that maximal heart rate can be estimated by the formula 220- AGE. This is an ESTIMATE, however. If we actually measure the maximal heart rates of those same 100 men during a maximal exercise test we would probably see a range of heart rates between 140 and 180. There is no strong evidence to suggest that training influences the decline in maximal heart rate. This reduction appears to be due to alterations in the cardiac electrical conduction system (SA node and Bundle of His), as well as down regulation of beta-1 receptors, which decreases the heart's sensitivity to catecholamine stimulation.
The definition of a personal maximal heart rate is taking 220 minus the persons age. This gives a target of where the heart rate should be during exercise.
Submaximal usually equates to about 70-85 percent of maximal heart rate (MHR).
Your maximal heart rate is 202 BPM To work out your maximal heart rate you need to do a simple caluclation 220- minus YOUR AGE IN YEARS For example 220 - 20 = 200220-10= 210
206. Any given person's maximal heart rate is equal to 220-(their age).
Your maximal heart rate is 220 - MINUS your age. In most human their MHR is about 200- 220 BPM. Maximal heart rate is the highest number of times per minuet that you heart could contract during maximal physical exersion. It is unlikely for your heart to go into Fibrillation at heart rates of 200 - 250 BPM. Fibrillation occurs at heart rates of 300- 600 BPM and can be causes by Heart disease Electrical shock Heart attacks Heart Arrhythmia
: Maximal heart rate is the highest number of times per minuet that your heart can contract. In Humans the maximal heart rate is about 200 BPM. Sinus tachycardiac is a heart rate of more than 100 BPM. Fast heart rate decreases coronary blood flow fill leading to an increased demand of oxygen on the heart. This means that you should not keep your heart beating at its maximal rate for too long. Fibbrilation is a high heart rate which occurs in a disease of the heart that causes the electrical signals in the heart to become very rapid and irregular the heart rate for fibbrilation is about 300 -600 BPM. Dont worry though your heart cannot go into fibbrilation unless there is a heart disease which causes it to happen and a heart rate of 200 BPM is NOT fast enough to causes fibbrilation in the heart. : I hope you find this helpful : http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_heart_works&alreadyAsked=1
In Humans your maximal heart rate is about 200 BPM. You cannot go above your maximal heart rate so the heart rate would only beat at a maximal rate of about 200 BPM. However with people with diseased hearts their hearts can speed up to higher heart rates than 220 however this occurs in diseased hearts. Heart rates can occur up to 600 BPM. It can causes heart damage, inchemia heart disease- very low cardiac output and coronary blood flow, fibbrilation.
At 17 your maximal heart rate is 203 BPM. I would surgest that you visit your local hospital immedatly or call 999 Fribbrilation can occur if the heart goes over your maximal rate To calculate your maximal heart rate you need to subtract your age from the number 220 For more information please contact me Elliottcollins@hotmail.co.ukHow_heart_works
Maximal heart rate is the highest number of times per minuet that your heart could contract within one minuet. A heart rate for an senior is about 120- 160 BPM
Heart rate monitors are used to monitor heart rate on a longer-time basis. You can buy heart rate monitors between £10-500. You can use them whilst you are exercising so that you avoid the risks of exceeding your maximal heart rate.
you find the average of your resting heart rate. then find your maxium heart rate (220-your age) then find your reserve by subtracting your Average Resting Heart Rate from your Maximum Heart Rate. then find 60% of that
Jane has a resting heart rate of 62 beats per minute (BPM) and is 16 years old. What is Jane's target heart rate?
goal heart rate
220 in max fisical activity eg sports
The highest rate can be found by taking the number 220, and subtracting your age from it.
this is a training system which raises an individual's pulse rate from 60% to 80% of his Maximal Heart Rate (MHR).
Your resting heart rate should be between 60-100 beats per minute. If you are an athlete or train a lot, your resting heart rate could be lower. That is an average. Resting heart rate above 150 is tachycardia (fast). During exercise, you should shoot for between 40-60% of your heart rate max which is generally estimated by subtracting your age from 220. Example a 20 year old (220-20=200) would have a max heart rate of 200. You should be careful when starting exercise not to get your heart rate too close to max.
Depending on the context, MHR could stand for major histocompatibility region, malignant hyperthermia resistance, maternal heart rate, or maximum (maximal) heart rate.
Target heart rate
177 beats per minute, Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) is worked out by subtracting 220 by your age.
Your estimated maximum heart rate is 130. The average will be about 70bpm.