Heart Rate Calculator

Heart Rate Calculator

Your training heart rate zone is a critical element in exercise. Taking your pulse and figuring your heart rate during a workout is one of the primary indicators in ascertaining the intensity level at which you and your heart is working.

Prior to getting out of bed in the morning, take your pulse on your wrist (radial pulse) or on the side of your neck (carotid pulse).

Count the number of beats, starting with zero, for one minute. If you don't have a stop watch or a second hand in your bedroom, you can measure the time by watching for the number to change on a digital alarm clock. Find your pulse and start counting when the minute number changes the first time, stop counting when it changes again.

To help assure accuracy, take your resting heart rate three mornings in a row and average the 3 heart rates together.

Please complete the form below to calculate your Training Heart Rate. When you are done, click on the "Calculate" button.
 

 

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