THRZ

(redirected from Target Heart Rate Zone)
AcronymDefinition
THRZTarget Heart Rate Zone (exercise)
THRZTraining Heart Rate Zone (exercise)
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And each student will be graded by how long his or her heartbeat remains in the "target heart rate zone" as determined by subtracting the student's age from 220.
Using those three elements -- perceived exertion, talk test and fatigue level after the workout -- combined with the numbers shown on your heart rate monitor will help you determine your own 70-90 per cent target heart rate zone.
The physical exercise sessions were planned according to the recommendations of the VII Brazilian Guidelines for Hypertension and the ACSM/AHA, which recommends exercise performed between 50% and 85% of the Target Heart Rate Zone (TZ) as being safe for the elderly (6,26).
"MVPA is the time the students are working in their target heart rate zone to get an aerobic benefit.
Monitoring a wearer's heart rate using embedded sensors, the earbuds, are able to work with software on a user's device to utilize that data in order to change music tracks to influence your ability of staying in your target heart rate zone (which means it will play tracks with a faster tempo if you're below your goal, or slower if you push too hard).
Ted Nagengast--For math, our kids have to learn how to calculate their target heart rate zone and they graph their results after each class.
They would know that for every minute they stayed within their target heart rate zone they would be able to travel 10 miles.
The test will allow your doctor to determine your maximum heart rate and target heart rate zone during exertion, and to help prescribe an exercise program to match your physical condition.
Are you working within your target heart rate zone? When exercising, the heart responds by beating faster.
The goal is to train within a target heart rate zone of 60-85% of the age predicted heart rate max.
Such initiatives should provide time-on-task games and activities that allow children to exercise in a target heart rate zone for the majority of the sessions.
At the next station, students review their graphic printouts to determine whether they kept their heart rate in their target heart rate zone during the entire jump rope activity.