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The Truth About Target Heart Rate Zone Training by PJ S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 10:43am If you've used any piece of traditional cardiovascular equipment (treadmills, elliptical trainers, stationary bikes, steppers, etc), you've undoubtedly seen the little graphs and charts on the ... Information dedicated to enhancing the fitness, fat loss and performance of REAL WORLD Adults! Read on »
Target heart rate training (guest post) by Carla B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 1:00am What is my target and maximum heart rate, and why should I care? When I go to the gym, the cardio machines always have this nifty little chart that shows what your “fat-burning” and “cardio” heart rate zones are. When I first started out on my weight loss journey, I ignored this chart. However, as I’ve delved into fitness a little more, I’ ... Read on »
Target Heart Rate Calculator by Deni P. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:03am How hard are you really working out?  Monitoring your heart rate during any given exercise not only will help you maximize your workout but may in fact serve as a warning against overexertion.  Use the calculator below to determine your maximum heart rate and target heart rate range. Now that you have calculated what your target heart rate zon ... Read on »
Target Heart Rate: Why its important & how to calculate it by Tara B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 31 Jan 2012 10:28am Today’s T word is: Target Heart Rate Target Heart Rate is defined as: Optimum heart rate at which person should train in order to achieve desired results. The target heart rate zone is often expressed as a percentage of your maximum heart rate and is usually between 75% and 85% of MHR depending on your goals and fitness level. I l ... Read on »
Your Heart Rate and It’s Impact on Your Aerobic Workout by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 22 Mar 2012 5:21pm When doing aerobic exercise , it is important to make sure that your heart rate is high enough and that you are working hard enough . If you aren’t reaching a certain level of intensity, you won’t get the benefits of doing aerobic exercise , and as a result, you will not feel or see any of the related results. Methods of Measuring Exerc ... Read on »
Exercise Machines and Heart Rate Monitors by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm by Brett Blumenthal After teaching aerobics for 12 years or so, I have become highly perceptive in knowing my  heart rate zone without necessarily taking my pulse.  Not to the exact beats per minute of course, but definitely within a relatively accurate range.  Nonetheless, every so often while exercising, I will place my hands on the equipmen ... Read on »
Heart Rate Training: Is It For Me? by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 15 Aug 2011 9:12am In my experience with runners, there seems to be two camps. Those who religiously use heart rate monitors and those who don't have a clue what they are. I think there can be a happy medium. Heart rate monitors come in all shapes and sizes. Cheap and expensive. Most of the newer models look like a wrist watch that also includes a chest str ... Read on »
Polar Heart Rate Monitor - FT40 by JOY Patient Expert Posted Sat 09 May 2009 10:02pm Polar Heart Rate Monitor - FT40 This is my new heart rate monitor.  I LOVE it.  My old one was not working very well.  Sometime my heart rate would be in the 200's and sometimes in the 80's while I was sprinting.  I just couldn't take it anymore.  It was more expensive here in Mexico but definitely worth the money.  The price in the states ... Read on »
Polar FT4F Heart Rate Monitor Watch by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 06 Mar 2011 3:06am Polar FT4F Heart Rate Monitor Watch A heart rate monitor for those that want something quick, simple and to the point without the need for time consuming programming and calibration. Wear the watch, and attach the comfortable and flexible textile transmitter and the new Polar FT4 will do ... Read on »
Reviewed: Timex Road Trainer Digital Heart Rate Monitor by Tawnee Prazak by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Apr 2009 12:18pm Product Review: Timex Road Trainer Digital Heart Rate Monitor Everyman Latte Rating: 2.5 Retail Price: $110 Every day I slap a Timex around my wrist. I sometimes even get heckled for not wearing a more “designer-style” watch. But I don’t care; my Timex fits my on-the-go lifestyle. And like any brand you love and trus ... Read on »