Calories Burned By Heart Rate

Burning more calories become easier with a better knowledge of the connection between the heart rate and the metabolism.

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Your heart rate can be measured by using two fingers on your pulse (either at the neck, or on the wrist). Use a watch or stopwatch and count the number of beats over 15 seconds - then multiply by 4. This will give you your heart rate BPM.

Some exercise machines will calculate heart rate (although this can sometime be inaccurate). The most accurate way of measuring heart rate is to use a Heart Rate Monitor (uses a chest strap or wrist strap).

Information taken from: Freedieting.com

NOTE: The information provided by the calculators on this website are an estimation and should not be used against medical advice

Maximum Heart Rate

Age Max Heart Rate (estimated)
17 194
18 & 19 193
20 192
21 & 22 191
23 190
24 & 25 189
26 188
27 & 28 187
29 186
30 & 31 185
32 184
33 & 34 183
35 182
36 181
37 & 38 180
39 179
40 & 41 178
42 177
43 & 44 176
45 175
46 & 47 174
48 173
49 & 50 172
51 171
52 170
53 & 54 169
55 168
56 & 57 167
58 166
59 & 60 165
61 164
62 & 63 163
64 162
65 & 66 161
67 160
68 & 69 159
70 158

Max Heart Rate Table Information is a generalization and should not be taken as gospel. Don't be surprised if your heart rate differs greatly from this table.

NOTE: The information provided by the calculators on this website are an estimation and should not be used against medical advice

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