Started by Dixkot, May 12, 2013, 00:27:41 am
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Quote from: döm on November 18, 2018, 16:46:12 pmTo calculate your peak heart rate during exercise you're supposed to subtract your age from 220. Effective exercise is meant to be at 85% of your peak.Not sure how accurate this all is. Surely in reality it will vary from person to person. And who's to say how accurate the monitors are anyway?I did a pretty hilly cycle a couple of years ago and my fitbit monitored my peak heart rate at 199. Its been a long time since I was 21 but I don't think i suffered as a result
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