will help you find your target heart rate based on your:
Resting heart rate.
Your target heart rate can guide you to how hard you should
exercise so you can get the most aerobic benefit from your workout.
Do not use this target heart rate measurement if
you are taking medicine that affects your heart rate, such as beta-blockers,
calcium channel blockers, or digoxin. If you have a heart condition or other
chronic disease, talk to your doctor before you start an exercise
WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
April 25, 2011
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