People do physical exercise for a healthier body, however not every exercise works as expected. A suitable training level is the key. According to Gerald Fletcher, M.D., cardiologist and professor inthe Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, “We don’t want people to over-exercise, and the other extreme is not getting enough exercise.” An easy way to define a suitalbe training level is the target heart rate. In exercise, make sure you hit your target heart rate, but don’t surpass it too much. This keeps your exercise effective, meanwhile you’re not at risk of getting hurt.
The Target Heart Rate Calculator helps you calculate your Target Heart Rate easily.
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