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How to Calculate Your Heart Rate Training Zones
 
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Last week I talked about how to calculate your maximum heart rate and how important knowing this number is to your training. In this film I’ll be going through how to use your max to actually calculate the various fitness training zones and outline the benefit each one gives. According to wattbike.com There are seven heart rate training zones and they are all expressed as a percentage of your max. This means there will be a little bit of calculation involved but you don’t need to be a Stephen Hawkings level maths genius to work things out. So if we are all sitting comfortably, I’ll begin. The first is what they call the recovery zone and refers to any ride under 60% of your max. To work this out on a calculator you start with your max, so using me as an example, 188 beats per minute, and multiply by 0.6. This gives us 112.8 but you could probably round this up to 113 beats per minute. The benefit you will receive in this zone is improved recovery and promote muscle regeneration. At this pace it should feel nice and easy and you should be able to chat comfortably. Zone one is between 60 and 65 percent of your max. So, for our example we multiply 188 by .65 to get 122.2. Again, you could round this down to 122 beats per minute. We have already calculated the lower end of this zone, so 113 forms the upper end. When you cycle at this intensity, it should still feel fairly relaxed and you should still be able to hold a conversation. You should also be able to ride at this level for several hours. The benefit you receive here is improved fat burning and generally just getting comfortable on the bike. Zone two is between 65 and 75 percent of your max. In our example, this gives us a range between 122 BPM and 141 BPM. At this intensity it should feel like you are starting to wok and the benefit you will receive is increased power and efficiency. This is where most of your endurance training should take place. Zone three is between 75 and 82 percent. This gives us a range of 141 BPM to 154 BPM. You can certainly start to feel it when you ride at this intensity. You should be sweating and your legs will start to burn but the pay off is increased fitness and even better endurance. Zone four is between 82 and 89 percent. This gives us a range between: 154 BPM and 167 BPM Its starting to hurt now. You should be pretty stressed and sweating freely but the benefit will be increased overall speed. Zone five is between 89 and 94 percent. This gives us a range between 167 BPM and 177 BPM. At this intensity you should be gasping for breath but the pay off will be improved time trialling and short term resistance to fatigue. Zone six is anything above 94 percent. You won’t be able to maintain this level for more than a few seconds but training at this intensity will increase your sprint speed. Many cycling computers today will not only show your actual beats per minute but will also show your heart rate as a percentage, taking away the need for you to do any mental arithmetic on the bike. You can also use it to set an alarm if you go above or below a certain heart rate. If you have a Garmin Edge 510 I show you how to do all of this in another couple of films. If you would like to follow my efforts on the bike you can follow me on Strava. My profile is here: http://www.strava.com/athletes/515946
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Calculate Heart Rate Training Zones - Karvonen Formula
 
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Calculating Heart Rate Training Zones can be difficult. This video simply walks through the Karvonen Formula to help you calculate various heart rate training zones, with a special emphasis on the 'fat burning' zone (60-70% maximal heart rate).
How To Run Using Heart Rate Zones | Running Training For Triathlon
 
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Running well is not always about training hard, it’s about training smart. Using the heart rate zones in your triathlon training is a great way to tailor your plan. In this video, GTN explain how and when to train using heart rate, and the benefits it can bring to your running. Subscribe to GTN: http://gtn.io/SubscribetoGTN Check out the GTN Shop: http://gtn.io/8g ZONE 1 100-120bpm, 50-60% This is super easy, you'll hardly working and might well wonder why it’s even worth running at this pace. It’s a good idea to make this run social, you should feel like you’re out enjoying life and not training as it’s all about recovery and flushing your legs out. ZONE 2 120-140bpm, 60-70% We’re staying in the aerobic zone here, it’s moderately light training but a step up from zone 1. You’re building your aerobic base in this zone, this could be your long 1 hour run with a friend, holding a conversation is a good sign you’re working at the right level. ZONE 3 140-160bpm, 70-80% This is zone is used less commonly when training to HR but it’s the grey area that athletes often slip into as you’re not pushing up your lactate threshold but you’re working too hard to be purely building aerobic base. That said, your coach might set zone 3 work early on in your base training as it will help to build muscular endurance and can make your body more efficient. ZONE 4 160-180bpm, 80-90% This is where the hard work happens and it won’t feel comfortable. This training will improve your speed endurance and lactate tolerance as you’ll be close to, or in, your threshold zone throughout this effort. If you’re targeting sprint or Olympic you'll be running close to your race pace in these sessions. ZONE 5 Over 180 bpm, 90-100% You won’t be able to stay in this zone long as 90-100% of your max is over your lactate threshold and basically all out. Lactic acid will soon catch up with you and prevent your muscles from working in this zone very quickly. Note that in the lag time needed for your heart rate to reach your max, you're legs may well have failed you. If you liked this video and found it helpful then don't forget to give it a thumbs up and share it with your triathlon and running friends 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - http://gtn.io/8f Watch more on GTN... 📹 How To Train With A Heart Rate Monitor - http://gtn.io/RunHR 📹 How To Lose Weight Through Triathlon - http://gtn.io/LoseWeight Music: Epidemic Sound Xilo - vvano Dubstep Mammoth 2 - Cecilia Lindh Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images The Global Triathlon Network (GTN) is the best triathlon YouTube channel, with videos for anyone who loves triathlon: from seasoned Ironman racers to first timers – and everyone in between. With the help of our pro and Olympic medal winning team, we’re here to inform, entertain and inspire you to become a better triathlete; including videos on: How to swim, bike, and run faster with expert knowledge Beat your PB with record-breaking expertise Get the best from your bike and gear with pro know-how In-depth, entertaining features from the heart of the sport Chat, opinion and interact with us across the channel and on social media every week Join us on YouTube’s best triathlon channel to get closer to the sport and to become a better, faster and fitter triathlete. Welcome to the Global Triathlon Network. Thanks to our sponsors: Cervelo bikes: http://gtn.io/cervelo BMC Switzerland: http://gtn.io/bmc-bikes ON Running: http://gtn.io/On-Running Assos of Switzerland clothing: http://gtn.io/Assos KASK helmets: http://gtn.io/kask Park Tool: http://gtn.io/parktool Profile Design: http://gtn.io/profiledesign Zipp wheels: http://gtn.io/zipp ENVE wheels: http://gtn.io/ENVE-wheels Quarq powermeters: http://gtn.io/quarq Polar: http://gtn.io/polar Vision wheels: http://gtn.io/vision Continental: http://gtn.io/continental Team Bath: http://gtn.io/TeamBath YouTube Channel - http://gtn.io/YouTube Facebook - http://gtn.io/Facebook Instagram - http://gtn.io/Instagram Twitter - http://gtn.io/Twitter Google+ - http://gtn.io/GooglePlus Strava Club - http://gtn.io/stravaclub GMBN Tech - http://gmbn.tech/subscribe GCN Tech - http://gcntech.co/subscribe EMBN - http://embn.me/subscribe
Friday Fitness: Heart Rate Monitors and How to Calculate Your Heart Rate Range
 
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Hilton Head Health Fitness Director, Adam Martin, shows you how to maximize your workout by calculating your heart rate range. Learn the best way to monitor and get the most caloric burn! Link to H3 Daily: http://www.h3daily.com/fitness/friday-fitness-heart-rate-monitors-and-how-to-calculate-your-heart-rate-range/
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Heart Rate Zones Explained | Heart Rate Training For Triathletes And Runners
 
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Want to have heart rate zones explained? Training in a heart rate zone means training at a certain percentage of your threshold heart rate. Once you know your threshold heart rate, you can figure out all of your training zones! Start training by heart rate! Get your heart rate strap here (for Garmin watches only)- https://amzn.to/2ME45XN Website: https://dustyspillertriathlon.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/dustyspiller Facebook: http://facebook.com/rustyspiller #triathlon #running
Target Heart Rate Formula
 
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I give an example of how to find your target heart rate.
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How to Calculate Your Max Heart Rate For Fitness Training
 
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How to Calculate Your Max Heart Rate For Fitness Training At first glance, maximum heart rate is fairly obvious; its literally the maximum rate at which your heart can beat before the world starts to go all blurry and, eventually, black but actually putting a number to this place of pain can be very beneficial, especially if you want to do some serious training. Knowing your maximum heart rate is vitally important for fitness training as it forms the basis of pretty much every calculation that you will need to do to work out the various heart rate zones. Going out and simply riding your bike will certainly get you fit in a very general kind of way but knowing exactly which heart rate zone you are actually riding in will allow you to fine tune that training to give very specific benefits such as better fat burning or increasing your VO2 Max for improved endurance, strength and speed. The absolute scientific method of calculating your max is to do a maximal test actually on the bike. Put very simply you start riding, usually on a turbo trainer and slowly ramp up the intensity until you are at your absolute limit. But then just when you think you can’t ride any more, you do an all out sprint for as long as you can and the number you see on your heart rate monitor just before you pass out will be your max and no, I’m not joking. It really is that tough. A proper maximal test has the advantage of being very accurate but, as you can imagine, its not for the faint hearted as it is absolutely brutal. By far the easiest method is to use the classic formula of 220 minus your age. So for me, a 49 year old, this works out to 171 beats per minute. While this method is very quick and easy, it can, unfortunately, be rather inaccurate. In the past I’ve used it to get a very rough ball park figure and then fine tuned it using my on the bike experiences. As it happened, 171 was quite a bit below my actual max. As I was out riding I could see that my beats per minute were going above this, particularly when I was riding hard up a climb so I gradually increased my maxmium until I saw and felt that it was more accurate. As a result it is now 188 beats per minute and I’m pretty confident this is correct because I cannot sustain this level of intensity for more than about 15 secs without feeling like my heart is about to explode. Once you have worked out your max you can start working out the all important training zones and I show you how to do this in another film. If you would like to follow my efforts on the bike you can follow me on Strava. My profile is here: http://www.strava.com/athletes/515946
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Setting Heart Rate Zones in Garmin Connect
 
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Use Garmin Connect to set your heart rate zones using % of Heart Rate Reserve.
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How To Train With A Heart Rate Monitor
 
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Many cyclists and athletes train using a heart rate monitor. Here's our guide to using one and getting the most from it. Click here to subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN In combination with power, heart rate is one of the training metrics of choice for pro cyclists. But, many cyclists and athletes from other sports get great results by just training with a heart rate monitor. This is good news because heart rate monitors are cheaper than many power meters. And, if you already have an ANT+ device you might just need to buy a heart rate monitor strap. Comment below: do you train with a HEART RATE MONITOR or POWERMETER? More videos to watch: How to find your threshold heart rate: http://gcn.eu/1NhZmqw More on training zones: http://gcn.eu/1IYePpA Buy GCN cycling kit - USA: http://gcn.eu/GCNkitUSA Rest of World: http://gcn.eu/gcncyclingkit Get GCN T-Shirts and hoodies: http://gcn.eu/buy_GCN_stuff Photos: © Bettiniphoto / http://www.bettiniphoto.net/ & ©Tim De Waele / http://www.tdwsport.com Music: The Anomalies - Reptile Human (Instrumental) About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Santini cycling kit: http://gcn.eu/BuyGCNKitYT Kask helmets: http://gcn.eu/1FrbcHK fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: http://gcn.eu/1tsXI7S and http://gcn.eu/1KxBGd5 Garmin: http://gcn.eu/1GtylOY SCOTT bikes: http://gcn.eu/1Btx0Bj Ridley bikes: http://gcn.eu/1EDbfPy Topeak tools: http://gcn.eu/1Lc4HAj Canyon bikes: http://gcn.eu/1Oge4gz Reynolds: http://gcn.eu/1JjCDVL YouTube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below! Music - licensed by Cue Songs
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Quick (but painful) 3 STEP PROCESS to your ideal heart rate zone TRIATHLON TRAINING PLAN
 
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Unsure of how best to use heart rate with your triathlon training plan? Use this quick three step process to get your personal triathlon training heart rate zones and apply them to your triathlon program. Intensity video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptKX4DQgz2o&t=21s Use the video above and the max heart rate test protocol discussed in the video to create your heart rate zones and personalized triathlon training plan which incorporates heart rate training. My Swim Gear: https://kit.com/TriathlonTaren/swim-gear-kit My Bike Gear: https://kit.com/TriathlonTaren/bike-kit My Run Gear: https://kit.com/TriathlonTaren/running-kit My Nutrition Gear: https://kit.com/TriathlonTaren/nutrition-gear My Overall Welness Gear: https://kit.com/TriathlonTaren/total-fitness-enhancement-kit Triathlon Taren Trainiac Kit: http://shop.jakroo.com/trainiac-kit CONNECT WITH TRIATHLON TAREN: Website: http://www.triathlontaren.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/triathlontaren/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/triathlontaren
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Fitness & Health Calculations : How to Calculate Heart Rate Zones
 
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The Borg's Perceived Exertion method is an easy way to calculate heart rate zones. Learn how to use the Borg's Perceived Exertion to find heart rate zones with tips from a nutritionist in this free video on improving physical fitness. Expert: Jani Roberts Contact: www.janiwestroberts.com Bio: Jani Roberts is a graduate of the American Academy of Nutrition and owner of The Wellness Company of Dunedin. Roberts is a nationally certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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The Karvonen Formula for Target Heart Rate Calculation
 
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Heart Health : How to Find Your Maximum Heart Rate
 
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Find out your maximum heart rate by subtracting your age from the number 220, or by visiting a cardiologist for special testing. Learn how cardiologist use VO2 max testing to find out the maximum amount of exercise a person can do with information from a board-certified cardiologist in this free video on heart health.
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How to Figure Out Your Target Heart Rate
 
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How to Figure Out Your Target Heart Rate. Part of the series: Fitness & Nutrition. Your target heart rate is the one that your body should be at most of the time. Learn how to figure out your target heart rate with help from a health and nutrition expert in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_7753999_figure-out-target-heart-rate.html
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How To Train With A Heart Rate Monitor | Running Tips For Triathletes
 
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You could get more out of every run by using heart rate! Here are GTN's tips on how to effectively use HR in your triathlon running training. Subscribe to GTN: http://gtn.io/SubscribetoGTN Check out the GTN Shop: http://gtn.io/1v Using heart rate (HR) for triathlon training is nothing new, but most people do not know how to use it effectively in training. With technology advances, we can take our HR continuously using a chest strap sensor and a watch. HR is a clear indicator of effort so it's important that you work to your zones. Zones relate to a specific percentage of your max HR. Each of these zones has a particular training effect and you can therefore train more effectively. To calculate your zones, complete a 30 minute running time trial at race pave. Take your average HR for the final 20 minutes and this is your lactate threshold heart rate that you can input into many online calculators. Now you know what range to stay in get the most out of every session. Let us know how you get on in the comments below 👇 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gtn.io/1w Watch more on GTN... 📹 Indoor Vs Outdoor Running - http://gtn.io/INvsOUT 📹 40 Minute Lamp Post Interval Session - http://gtn.io/RunInterval The Global Triathlon Network (GTN) is the best triathlon YouTube channel, with videos for anyone who loves triathlon: from seasoned Ironman racers to first timers – and everyone in between. With the help of our pro and Olympic medal winning team, we’re here to inform, entertain and inspire you to become a better triathlete; including videos on: How to swim, bike, and run faster with expert knowledge Beat your PB with record-breaking expertise Get the best from your bike and gear with pro know-how In-depth, entertaining features from the heart of the sport Chat, opinion and interact with us across the channel and on social media every week Join us on YouTube’s best triathlon channel to get closer to the sport and to become a better, faster and fitter triathlete. Welcome to the Global Triathlon Network. Thanks to our sponsors: Cervelo bikes: http://gtn.io/cervelo Assos of Switzerland clothing: http://gtn.io/Assos KASK helmets: http://gtn.io/kask Park Tool: http://gtn.io/parktool Profile Design: http://gtn.io/profiledesign Zipp wheels: http://gtn.io/zipp Quarq powermeters: http://gtn.io/quarq Polar: http://gtn.io/polar Vision wheels: http://gtn.io/vision Continental: http://gtn.io/continental Team Bath: http://gtn.io/TeamBath YouTube Channel - http://gtn.io/YouTube Facebook - http://gtn.io/Facebook Instagram - http://gtn.io/Instagram Twitter - http://gtn.io/Twitter Google+ - http://gtn.io/GooglePlus Strava Club - http://gtn.io/stravaclub
Calculate your training heart rate
 
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My Tuesday jog with 7 weeks to go and I talk about the level of effort you should put into your training at this stage. http://chris-edwards.com
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MTNTOUGH - How to Calculate Max Heart Rate Range
 
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MTNTOUGH Coach Ara Megerdichian discusses how we calculate our Heart Rate Ranges based on our Max Heart Rate
Training Zones Explained
 
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Any workout using heart rate or cadence monitors will be built around the ‘7 Zones’ of training. These zones are based around a percentage of your Lactate Threshold Heart Rate or THR. This video will show you how to find out your THR and go over 7 zones in more detail. If you don’t have a heart rate monitor don’t worry as these zones fit well with the rate of perceived exertion scale which is simply how you feel on the bike in each zone.
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Heart Rate Training 101 - Intro to HR Training
 
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** GET THE GEAR ON AMAZON** https://www.amazon.com/shop/jimcyr View the complete post here http://avoidingchores.com/heart-rate-training-101/ I’ve been using HR training while running for six years and been giving brief info talks on the subject to the running club. As a training tool, it may be useful for some. At the time, there wasn’t a lot of information to go with the HR straps, but today with smartphones and web sites- the information is easier to find. Two things happen when we get tired (fatigued), 1. heart rate goes up and 2. pace goes down. Overtraining and overtraining related injuries happen here. So HR training is a good way to avoid or reduce overtraining by getting quality vs quantity. Now wonder we say here locally a number of sports performance locations opening up where their cornerstone is Heart Rate Zone training; it works! The secret is to simply map your effort (ie- your heart rate) to the run your are doing in your program. Each day will be different so your effort is different based on environment (heat, humidity, terrain) or your body (sick, tired, hungover, injured). We look at the three areas of a typical running program: 1. Endurance, 2. Strength & 3. Speed Why Heart Rate Training? Smart training prevents injury & illness Builds a solid base of aerobic fitness upon which to build performance Using a HRM, ensures that training is kept in intended zones *Too hard* = injury, burnout, muscle soreness, excess fatigue = can’t finish workout *Too easy* = no improvement or results = will not reach fitness goals. Your heart is the most important muscle in your body and, like all muscles, must be exercised regularly to remain strong and efficient. According to fitness experts, exercise is more effective when you work out in a specific heart rate range or zone. This is referred to as your *Target Heart Rate Zone (TZ)*. This zone can vary greatly depending on your age, fitness level and various other factors. Max HR is a critical piece of information, since you design your entire Heart Zone Training program around it. It serves as a marker for exercise intensity. There are a number of different approaches to capturing this number. *What Heart Rate Zone To Train At* There are three broad training zones: 60-75% – easy (Sunday LSD, Recovery runs) 75-85% – moderate (Steady, race pace) 85-95% – hard (tempo, speed, hills) *Sample Sessions:* Zone 2 Long, slow runs & Recovery run - up to 65% the body is teaching itself to burn fat as fuel (useful for marathons). Zone 4 Intervals Fartlek – speedplay (moderate-paced runs with random fast bursts). Zone 4 Threshold Anaerobic threshold run (or ‘tempo run’) – this teaches your body to run hard for long periods. Approximately 10-mile to half-marathon race pace. Zone 4 High End Approx 5K-10K pace. Sample sessions: 6 x 800m peaking at 90% in each rep; 5 x 2000m peaking at 85% in each rep. Based on a typical running program, we need to spend 2/3 of our time in zone 2 and 1/3 in zone 4. This will allow you to get the maximum effect & benefit for each run without over training. Once setup, you will most likely end up with the following workouts: *Sunday slow run* - start with 20min @ zone 2 with 5 min walk at the end, build every week by 15 min. *Steady run* -zone 2 at the high end. *Tempo run* - multitude of options, but do a warm up in zone 2, but do reps like 3 min @ zone 4 with 1 min @ zone 2 *Hills* – Up Hill (zone 4 until you hit the Lap button), then Down Hill (zone 3 until you hit the lap button). I’m a fan of 10 sec hills. - - - - - - - - - - - SUBSCRIBE!! (new video every Sunday!) http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thecyr GOOGLE+: http://profiles.google.com/jimcyr TWITTER: http://twitter.com/thecyr CHECK OUT MORE VIDEOS http://avoidingchores.com THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS http://www.inreachcanada.com/ http://delorme.com http://ladiesbeerleague.ca/ http://garrisonbrewing.com/ http://northbrewing.ca/ http://www.hellbaybrewing.com/ https://www.facebook.com/trailshop?ref=br_tf http://www.sealevelbrewing.com/ http://www.picaroons.ca/ - - - - - - - - - - - What better way to avoid chores than to watch videos from an array of related topics based in Nova Scotia. Starting from the outdoors with hiking, product reviews, bushcraft, outdoor skills & GPS tutorials. We even include Garmin GPS tutorials for runners. And after all that activity, you'll probably want a cool beer to quench your thirst. We also do beer reviews! UPLOAD SCHEDULE 1st Sunday of the month = Hiking 2nd-4th Sunday of the month = Outdoor Skills, Product Demos, Product Reviews, Tutorials & Beer Reviews Friday = Friday Night Hangout 8:30PM EST LIVE Stream - - - - - - - - - - - #avoidingchores
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Is it IMPORTANT to know your HEART RATE during a WORKOUT? Why?  Heart Rate Zones and Exercise.
 
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What is a Good Heart Rate for My Age? Both Resting & Maximum
 
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Heart rate Training Zones with Aussie Mike Corporate Fitness Expert, Speaker and writer
 
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Http://www.aussiemikejames.com Mike James Manager World Bank Fitness Centers on how to determine your training Heart rate Ranges. For more Aussie Mike videos and articles or if you would like to speak with him about possible futue speaking engagements please contact him @www.aussiemikejames.com. Thanks and Keep punching !I
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What Is A Healthy Heart Rate - What Affects Heart Rate - What Is Maximum Heart Rate
 
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In this video we look at what is a healthy heart rate, what affects heart rate, and how to take your pulse. We also look at normal heart rate as well as exercise and heart rate. Transcript notes What is heart rate? What is a healthy heart rate? What is a normal resting heart rate? Heart rate is the number of times your heart beats in a minute. It is measured in bpm or beats per minute. A healthy, Normal resting heart rate is usually between 60 and 80 beats per minute. The resting heart rate of a woman is usually about 10 beats more per minute than that of a man in the same age range, and elite athletes can have a resting heart rate near 40 beats per minute. This is because Individuals that are fit have a larger stroke volume of the heart. Stoke volume is the amount of blood ejected from the heart per beat. So, the heart of someone who is really fit does not need to beat as many times to have the same output of blood as an unfit person. Another thing that has a major effect on heart rate is stress. During stressful situations the body releases the hormone adrenaline which causes an increase in heart rate, which is beneficial when you are in danger, but unhealthy in everyday situations. When you are sitting and resting, your heart beat will be lower, and as you start to move around, your heart beat will increase. When you exercise your heart rate will vary, depending on the intensity of the exercise, your age, the position your body is in, standing vs. lying down, your current fitness level, the type of exercise you are performing, and the temperature and humidity that you are in. Medications can also have a dramatic effect on heart rate. As we get older, our maximum attainable heart rate decreases. There is a simple equation that is used to estimate a person’s heart rate max. 220 – your age, so for instance, for a 35 year old person, the equation would be 220 – 35 = 185, so their max heart rate should be somewhere around 185 beats per minute. That would be at full physical exertion, like sprinting all out. There is some margin for error of estimating heart rate max, so this number will give you a general idea. There are many training devices that will gauge your heart rate throughout your day and exercise sessions, or you can do it the old fashioned way put the tips of your fingers on the blood vessel on the thumb side of your wrist. Use a timer on your phone and count the number of beats for 10 seconds, and then multiply that number by 6. For example I counted 11 beats, so 11 times 6 is 66. That means my resting heart rate is at 66. And that be the basics on heart rates.
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Heart Rate Zones - Don't Use These Heart Rate Training Zones If You Want To Burn Fat
 
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Heart Rate Zones http://gl12.net/cardiosprawl - CLICK this link to train all 3 of your PROPER heart rate zones, burn more fat and put the fun back in your cardio training with "Cardio Sprawl". In this video, Shaun reveals the REAL truth about heart rate zones and proper intensity for maximum fat burning. Some of this is the complete OPPOSITE of what your average personal trainer will tell you (and it's actually correct). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugSk0eUrUDI
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Heart Rate Zones Explained
 
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Heart Rate Training Why Zone 2 over Zone 3
 
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This video is an explanation of the greater benefit of training in zone 2 over zone 3.
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NIC 25: Using HRR to Determine Cardio Intensity
 
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Article: http://www.omnifocusfitness.com/#!hrr-for-intensity/epds1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OmniFocusFitness/ SUMMARY: "Bottom line, heart rate reserve is the best way to determine aerobic exercise intensity, because it is a response mechanism to a stimulus (being given feedback via the heart rate monitor on the tax of exercise) and can be interpreted and used to determine intensity in a variety of settings (jogging, walking, hot day, heavy incline, etc.). Heart rate reserve offers an excellent system to determine intensity for increasing performance, exercising safely, and keeping you conscious of the tax on your body." Music: Dirt Road Traveler by Audionautix
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Heart rate training zones How to calculate maximum/target heart rate
 
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Training heart rate zones
 
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Calculating you training heart rate zones. http://fitness-pro.eu/training-heart-rate-zones.html
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How to Calculate your Heart Rate
 
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Watch Clayton as he goes over the importance of knowing your heart rate during exercise. He will show you how to calculate your target heart zones in order to maximize your workout.
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HOW TO CALCULATE TARGET HEART RATE
 
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A brief video explaining target Heart Rate and how to calculate your range for maximum benefits in the shortest period of time. A DOWNLOAD OF THE GRAPH IS INCLUDED in the comment section.
TRAINING HEART RATE using the KARVONEN FORMULA - Alan Moroney
 
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Calculating the TRAINING HEART RATE using the KARVONEN FORMULA for Heart Rate Zones: Maximum Heart Rate, Resting Heart Rate, Training Heart Rate. https://moroneyfitness.wordpress.com/
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How to Train in Zone 2: Cycling Training Zones Explained
 
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How to Train in Zone 2: Cycling Training Zones Explained Free Workout Library: https://tombell.co/workout-library Zone 2 is the second zone in our 6-7 zone intensity scale. It’s generally considered a low intensity training zone, and is typically executed by the athlete at any intensity in the range of approximately 75-81% of maximum heart rate and in a power intensity of approximately 60-75% of current FTP or functional threshold power. There are several key reasons to train in zone 2, and we'll get into exactly what they are in this video! Zone 2 is going to make up the majority of most cyclist's training time, so it's vital that it's properly understood and used correctly. If you have any questions relating to Zone 2 training, just drop them in the comments section below! Hope you enjoy the video! With thanks to my sponsors: Merida Bikes: http://www.merida-bikes.com One17: http://www.one17design.com Fox: http://www.ridefox.com Continental: http://www.conti-tyres.co.uk Torq: http://www.torqfitness.co.uk Fizik: http://www.fizik.it Shimano: http://www.shimano.com Polaris Bikewear: www.polaris-bikewear.co.uk Crank Brothers: http://www.crankbrothers.com Giro: http://www.giro.com ESI Grips: http://www.esigrips.com Curve: http://www.curveinc.com Wolftooth Components: http://www.wolftoothcycling.com NoTubes: http://www.notubes.com Hit "Subscribe" for more cycling training tips & advice for all types of cyclists at all levels, on all aspects of training, from workouts, to recovery, to racing. Please check out the website at: http://www.tombell.co Get your FREE ebook: http://www.tombell.co/free-ebook Follow me on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/bytombell Follow my training on Strava: http://www.strava.com/athletes/bytombell Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bytombell
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Is Your Heart Rate in The Right Zone for Ultimate Fat Loss?
 
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Check out our website for more details, tips and tricks, and be sure to subscribe for more from our coaches. Website: http://bodybreakthrough.me Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/body_breakthrough Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BodyBreakthroughNation/ Welcome back to episode 5 of Body Breakthrough TV. We are introducing zone training and how to use a heart rate monitor to regulate intensity and caloric output. This will help you maintain intensity throughout workouts to meet your calorie burning goals. Today coaches Mario and Chrissy are showing you details about your optimal heart rate zone training details. Learn how to measure your heart rate and stay in your heart rate training zone. Learning how to stay in your heart rate zone will make it easier for you to burn fat in your body. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss a new episode of Body Breakthrough TV.
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Heart Rate Zones, Why Heart Rate Zones Are Important, & Which Zone to Be in During a 9Round Workouts
 
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The 9Round workout is designed to make your heart work harder than it would in a normal workout. At times we have spurts of anaerobic activity which causes your heart rate to rise to a higher heart rate zone. But what do you do if your heart rate seems to be staying in that highest (red) zone for the entire 9Round 30 minute workout? In this brief video, Heather "The Hero" Hudson, co-founder of 9Round, answers that question and shows you how to stay in the "fat-burning" zone during your workout which ALSO ensures that you see an amazing difference in strength over time! What kind of 9Round tip would you like to see us feature? ▶ SUB OUR CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/9RoundTV Thanks for all the support! Go ahead and subscribe to our channel. Do it NOW! ▶ THE 9ROUND WORKOUT - The ultimate 30 minute, total body, boxing/kickboxing circuit! We don't waste a minute of your time. It's the END of boring cardio & the first workout is ALWAYS free! ▶ INSTAGRAM - http://instagram.com/9roundofficial ▶ OUR FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/9RoundOfficial ▶ FOLLOW US ON TWITTER - https://twitter.com/9Round ▶ 9ROUND OFFICIAL WEBSITE - http://9Round.com
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Training with Heart Rate - Zones Explained Simply - Triathlon Training
 
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#nosmallcreator Why should you consider training with your Heart Rate? The benefits are enormous and allow you really target your training with specific workouts for specific energy systems that all add up to allow you to achieve your full potential. You can us it for any type of cardiovascular exercise especially running and cycling. Here's what each zone means and why it's important. Here is Joe Friel's article with zone info; https://www.trainingpeaks.com/blog/joe-friel-s-quick-guide-to-setting-zones/
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Why heart rate training Vo2 Max and Training Zones
 
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Calculating Heart Rate Zones
 
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Learn how to calculate where your heart rate should fall in the 5 zones!
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Finding True Max Heart Rate
 
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90 day Healthy Habits Challenge, Day 62: Target Heart Rate Training Zones
 
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We know we should workout, but what form of exercise should we do, and how hard should we do it? Using your heart rate as a way to gauge intensity is one of the best ways to keep track of your energy output. Specifying certain days for recovery, aerobic training, or anaerobic training is one way of making sure that you are getting the most out of each week of your exercise program. Nicole discusses the different exercise training zones as they relate to each heart rate range.
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Estimating Lactate Threshold
 
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Your Garmin device uses extended physiological metrics to help you get the most out of your workouts and feel confident about what you can accomplish when you toe the line. Once the watch learns your lactate threshold estimate, you can apply it to your heart rate training when setting up zones. Overall training load, sleep, nutrition and general life stress play a role in how you will perform in a tough workout. Watch Joe from Garmin as he shows you how your Garmin device takes away the guess work by detecting your lactate threshold for you. Learn more about the Forerunner 935 here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/p/564291
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Fitbit HR heart rate zones
 
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Find your personalized heart rate zone for burning fat, increasing aerobic fitness, getting healthy without the risk of burnout and fatigue. email me at: [email protected]
Burn more Fat by understanding Heart Rate Zones!
 
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For more information message me at http://www.FB.com/BethanyWellness I answer common questions about heart rate zones and cardiovascular training in this video. ALSO - I forgot to mention: if you are working at a very intense level on your intervals, your workout doesn't have to be LONG! You can get a LOT out of even 10-15 minutes of intervals and build from there! As always, listen to your body and consult your doctor before starting any type of workout program. ***another fun fact: When you do High Intensity intervals, you get an "after burn" effect meaning you will be burning calories at a higher rate even while you're resting -- the "after-burn" can actually last up to 72 hours after just one interval workout! ...sounds like a good deal to me! ;-)
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Heart Rate Training Calculations
 
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Heart Rate Training Calculations. Part of the series: Strength & Endurance Training. Heart rate training calculations require you to establish your zones with a certified coach. Find out about heart rate training calculations with help from an experienced fitness professional in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/video/1007111-heart-rate-training-calculations/
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BTEC PE - Exercise Intensity: Heart Rate Training Zone Run
 
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BTEC First in Sport Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise Exercise Intensity: Heart Rate Training Zone Run Training run in the Aerobic zone: 60% - 112 bpm 85% - 159 bpm Follow on Twitter https://twitter.com/Mr_BOWATER Thanks for the support. If you want to support this channel then check out the My Protein clothing range through my link below. MyProtein http://tidd.ly/7160f9b Wearing: MyProtein T-Shirt MyProtein Panelled Sweatshorts Discount code Bow10 for 10% off Music Chill Wave Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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An Easy Guide To Heart-Rate Training
 
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Quick heart-rate training tips from Experience Life that will help you lose weight and work out more efficiently. Read more at http://elmag.com/AllHeart
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Finding your Max Heart Rate & Target Workout Zone
 
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Heart Rate Zone Training for Hockey
 
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How to Calculate Target Heart Rate
 
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via YouTube Capture
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