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(220 + your age) ×.55 = beats per minute

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Subtract your age by 220. That is your max heart rate. Target range is 55%-85% of that number.

Q: What is the formula for finding your target heart rate?

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I think what you are looking for is a heart rate MONITOR. You calculate what your target heart rate should be using a formula then the monitor helps you keep track of your heart rate.

Yes... use this "formula" 220-your age = predicted maximum heart rate

An ideal range to aim for when exercising, calculated using the maximum heart rate formula

220 - age gives you your target heart rate.

Ranging from 50% to 90% of your maximum heart rate.

If your heart gets stronger:Your resting heart rate will go downYour target heart rate for exercise will go upIt will be harder to raise your heart rate to the target heart rate

For a woman take the #226 and subtract your age. then figure 80% of that for an aerobic target heart rate. subtracting your age from the #226 gives your maximun heart rate when training your target heart rate will depend on what your work out goal is.

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Your fat burning zone is also called your target heart rate. To find this, there is a certain formula you must follow. This website http://exercise.about.com/od/cardioworkouts/ss/findtargetheart.htm will help you find your target heart rate.