# Heart rate reserve is used to be calculated

Heart rate reserve is used to be calculated

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1. ashley4329 says:

s the difference between resting heart rate (HRrest) and maximum heart rate (HRmax). Heart rate reserve is used when determining exercise heart rates. The Karvonen formula is used to calculate exercise heart rate at a given percentage training intensity.

Explanation:

2. neariah24 says:

It's maximum heart rate minus resting heart rate, and it calculates optimal (target) exercise heart rate, so you don't work too hard or too little.

3. mollycompton04 says:

A. Training Intensity, Heart Rate Reserve or HRR is used to describe the difference between resting heart rate and maximum heart rate. Monitoring our heart rate is important especially to the people who are looking for weight loss and fitness improvement and it is also indicates the heart rate reserve cardiovascular fitness of a person. The more people become fitness the more their heart become more efficient at pumping blood to the rest of the body.

4. anrs14 says:

The answer should be a. training intensity

5. seaans20391 says:

6. gorillalover9000 says:

Heart rate reserve is used when determining exercise heart rates. The Karvonen formula is used to calculate exercise heart rate at a given percentage training intensity.

7. juliajaelyn9658 says:

Heart rate reserve (HRR) is the difference between resting heart rate (HRrest) and maximum heart rate (HRmax). Heart rate reserve is used when determining exerciseheart rates. The Karvonen formula is used to calculate exercise heart rate at a given percentage training intensity.

8. sherlinejules1 says:

The answer would be Training intensity. so A

9. itzyagirlshy says:

The correct answer is training intensity (TI)

10. amandasantiago2001 says:

B. training intensity

Explanation:

Heart rate reserve (HRR) is the difference between resting heart rate (HRrest) and maximum heart rate (HRmax). Heart rate reserve is used when determining exercise heart rates. The Karvonen formula is used to calculate exercise heart rate at a given percentage training intensity.