maximal heart rate

maximal heart rate

the highest heart rate that can be attained by an individual in strenuous activity, varying with fitness and, in adults, inversely with age. A 'rule-of-thumb' formula for the predicted maximum is '220 minus age'.
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The infusion is stopped when 85% of the maximal heart rate is achieved, new or worsening wall motion abnormality develops in 1 or greater LV segments, BP increases to greater than 240/20mmHg or SBP drops >40mmHg, or if the patient develops adverse symptoms or persistent arrhythmias.
The HIIE consisted of 4 sets of 4 min of 90 to 95% of maximal heart rate, which was alternated with 3 min at 60 to 70% of maximal heart rate.
The percentage of maximal heart rate (%HRmax) measured was 99% [+ or -] 5% when compared to the theoretical maximum value of 220-age.
2006) and more than 90% of theoretical maximal heart rate (using the equation of Tanaka et al.
Then, according to the number of judgments and considering the weight of this important factor, correlation between referees' mean score and parameters such as age, weight, body mass index, body fat percent, lean body mass, resting heart rate, maximal heart rate, aerobic capacity (V[O.
Generally, the HIIT work interval entails exercising at 80 to 95 percent of your estimated maximal heart rate, and dropping to 40 to 50 percent during the recovery interval, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.
10, and a heart rate 85% or more of age-predicted maximal heart rate (Neurology 2014; 83: 1-13).
Median maximal heart rate for calibration in different conditions: Laboratory, Field and Competition.
Also, the following parameters were recorded from the cardiorespiratory exercise test: VCO/VO values, the duration of the test, the maximal pulmonary ventilation (VE), the maximal heart rate (HR), and the respiratory exchange ratio (RER).

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