2 Nov 2009 waffel   » (Journeyer)

Calculate your training heart frequency


The formula to calculate your trainig heart frenquency is:

  • THF: training heart frequency
  • CA: chronological age
  • RHF: rest heart frequency

THF=220-CA-RHF*0,65+RHF

For example, if your age is 30 years and your rest heart frequency is 60, then your training heart frequency is 144,5. This means if you start your training (for example jogging) you can watch your pulse. You should then have minimal a pulse of 144,5 to have a training result (trains your heart and your circular flow).

Posted in medicine Tagged: frequency, heart, pulse, training

Syndicated 2009-11-02 12:59:13 from waffel's Weblog

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