CALCULATION: 
The calculated training heart rate range, which serves as a guide, is determined as 
follows: 
Step 1:  Calculate your estimated maximum heart rate by subtracting your age 
  from 220. 
Step 2:  Subtract your resting heart rate. 
Step 3:  Multiply this number by the lower conditioning intensity (60%) 
Step 4:  Add your resting heart rate. 
Step 5:  Divide by 6 to get your 10 second value (to be used during exercise). 
Step 6:  Repeat steps 3 5 using upper conditioning intensity (80%) 
EXAMPLE: For a 40 year old with a resting heart rate of 70 beats per minute. 
To find the lower end (60% of capacity) of the training heart rate range: 
Step 1: 220   40 years = 180 
Step 2: 180   70 = 110 
Step 3: 110 x 60% =   66 
Step 4:   66 + 70 = 136 
Step 5: 136 
 6 =   23 beats in 10 seconds 
To find the upper end (80% of capacity) of the training heart rate range: 
Step 3: 110 x 80% =   88 
Step 4:   88 + 70 = 158 
Step 5: 158 
 6 =   26 beats in 10 seconds 
The training heart rate range for this person would be 23 to 26 beats in 10 seconds 






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