The Ideal Target Heart Rate For Diabetes
Feel free to use this target heart rate chart to find the ideal target heart that you would need to be to burn fat or improve your cardiovascular.
The chart below will show your maximum heart rate and the targeted HR zone that you will need to lose weight.
It important to exercise within your targeted heart rate zone to get the maximum fat and calorie burning benefits.
In addition the also benefits your overall health.
The chart below will show you the range by age. The age starts at 20 and goes up by increments of 5 until 70.
Although the chart below does not show all the ages find the age that is closest to yours to find the approximate heart range.
Use the chart below to find your target heart rate.
Find the age that is close to yours and use the value in that row.
HR Zone 50-85%
100-170 beats per minute
95-162 beats per minute
93-157 beats per minute
90-153 beats per minute
88-149 beats per minute
85-145 beats per minute
83-140 beats per minute
80-136 beats per minute
78-132 beats per minute
75-128 beats per minute
Avg Max HR 100%
200 beats per minute
190 beats per minute
185 beats per minute
180 beats per minute
175 beats per minute
170 beats per minute
165 beats per minute
160 beats per minute
155 beats per minute
150 beats per minute
During your workout you want to check your exercise heart rate several time during your exercise.
To do so you can test use two fingers and place them on your wrist or your neck.
Once you find your pulse in one of these areas, while watching the clock or watch count the number of beats for 10 seconds.
Then take the number then multiply that number by 6 and you will get your heart rate per minutes.
Use the chart above to find your age or the age that is closest to yours, and make sure that your heart rate is within the beats per minute to get the maximum benefits.
Is it IMPORTANT to know your HEART RATE during a WORKOUT? Why? Heart Rate Zones and Exercise. watch the video below.
For more information about your target heart rate, read this great article about "YOUR TARGET HEART RATE" at the walking site.
Use the interactive BMI calculator for diabetics below, also known as the body mass index calculator. To find out what is the ideal body weight that you should be as a diabetic. Once you get that information you will fall into one of four categories: Underweight, Normal, Overweight or Obese.
Use this BMR Calculator for Diabetics to find out your basal metabolic resting rate. This calculator will tell you how many calories that you would need to consume to maintain your body weight.
This body fat calculator for diabetes uses US Navy formula you can use metric or US measurements, gender, weight, hip and neck measurements to calculate your body fat.Diabetes fit for life › Target Heart Rate Chart