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Heart Rate Zone

Professional sports people often use heart rate zone control to achieve their best results. Thanks to recently released portable heart rate monitors, anyone who runs, does fitness training or any other kind of physical activity can also use this technique.

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  • Warming Up

    123 - 312 bpm
    This zone is used before or after a workout. To warm up, you’ll need to stay in this zone for five minutes prior to starting your workout. It can be used after training to gradually bring your heart rate back to normal. It also can be used for toning-up workouts and exercise during rehabilitation periods.
  • Fat Burning/Fitness

    123 - 312 bpm
    This zone is effective for burning fat and body strengthening.
    To reach the desired results, you need to stay in the zone for at least 30 minutes. The optimal time for the best results is at least 1 hour in the zone.
  • Cardiovascular/Endurance Training

    123 - 312 bpm
    This zone is also known as the aerobic zone. Use this zone to strengthen your cardiovascular system.
    The aerobic zone will increase the strength of your heart and vessels and improve your endurance. To reach the desired effect, stay in the zone for at least 30 minutes. The optimal time for the best results is at least 1 hour in this zone.
  • Performance/Strength Training

    123 - 312 bpm
    This zone is also known as the anaerobic zone. Use this zone for short strength workouts (up to 4 minutes).
    This type of training is not effective for fat burning.
  • Maximum Effort

    123 - 312 bpm
    The maximum effort zone is mostly used in sports. You should only train in this zone if you have been allowed to do so by your personal coach.
  • Warming Up

    - bpm
    Warming Up
  • Fat Burning/Fitness

    - bpm
    This zone is effective for burning fat and for body strengthening.
    To reach the desired effect, you need to stay in the zone for at least 30 minutes. The optimal time for the best results is at least 1 hour in the zone.
  • Cardiovascular/Endurance Training

    - bpm
    This zone is also known as the aerobic zone. Use this zone to strengthen your cardiovascular system.
    The aerobic zone will increase the strength of your heart and vessels and improve your endurance. To reach the desired effect, stay in the zone for at least 30 minutes. The optimal time for the best results is at least 1 hour in this zone.
  • Performance/Strength Training

    - bpm
    This zone is also known as the anaerobic zone. Use this zone for short strength workouts (up to 4 minutes).
    This type of training is not effective for fat burning.
  • Maximum Effort

    - bpm
    The maximum effort zone is mostly used in sports. You should only train in this zone if you have been allowed to do so by your personal coach.
  • Warming Up

    - bpm
    Warming Up
  • Fat Burning/Fitness

    - bpm
    This zone is effective for burning fat and for body strengthening.
    To reach the desired effect, you need to stay in the zone for at least 30 minutes. The optimal time for the best results is at least 1 hour in the zone.
  • Cardiovascular/Endurance Training

    - bpm
    This zone is also known as the aerobic zone. Use this zone to strengthen your cardiovascular system.
    The aerobic zone will increase the strength of your heart and vessels and improve your endurance. To reach the desired effect, stay in the zone for at least 30 minutes. The optimal time for the best results is at least 1 hour in this zone.
  • Performance/Strength Training

    - bpm
    This zone is also known as the anaerobic zone. Use this zone for short strength workouts (up to 4 minutes).
    This type of training is not effective for fat burning.
  • Maximum Effort

    - bpm
    The maximum effort zone is mostly used in sports. You should only train in this zone if you have been allowed to do so by your personal coach.
  • Simple Method
    The greatest advantage is that you only need your age and sex to calculate the target heart rate.
    Simple
  • Karvonen Method
    Karvonen Method
    Karvonen
  • Zoladz Method
    This is an alternative method to calculate the target heart rate.
    It does not involve the resting heart rate, but it’s a more precise method as compared with the simple method.
    Zoladz
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    Resting heart rate
    The resting heart rate is the heart rate of a resting person.
    To calculate the resting heart rate correctly, the measurements should be taken as soon as you have woken up but are still lying in bed.
    Please enter your resting heart rate. Please enter resting heart rate from 40 to 120 bpm.
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  • Age Please enter your age. Please enter from 10 to 110 years.
    Sex
    male female Please choose
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