Name__________________ Period ______ Heart Rate Activity Worksheet Part I- Calculate your Heartrate Zones using both formulas: Use the Maximum Heartrate Formula to get the HR zones: Calculate your Resting Heart Rate (RHR) ___64______ Find your pulse rate at rest- count the beats for 30 seconds, then double that number. Calculate your estimated Maximal Heart Rate (MHR) ____205_____ (220 – Your Age = MHR) Calculate your Target Heart Rate Zone (THRZ) 65% _____ and 80% _____ of your MHR. (MHR X .65 = 65% of MHR) and (MHR X .80 = 80% of MHR Part II- Perform the following activities and write down your heartrate response: Perform each activity. Take your heart rate at the end of each activity. Use your carotid or radial artery and count the beats for 6 seconds. Add 0 to the number that you count. Activity Heart Rate Resting/Sitting HR _______ Standing HR _______ Walk in place for one minute, then take your HR _______ Bleacher Steps for 1 minute _______ Run laps for 1 minute _______ Walk laps for 1 minute _______ Post-Workout Stretching- stretch for one minute _______ Reflection Questions: 1. Why is it important to calculate your resting HR? 2. How do you TRULY get your resting HR? 3. Which activities produced the lowest Heart Rates? Why do you think this is the case? 4. What effect did walking have on your pulse rate? 5. What effect did resting after running have on your pulse rate? 6. What other factors besides exercise might influence your pulse rate? Give examples. 7. 8. 9. To burn the most FAT, which part of your THRZ do you want to train, lower or higher? Why? The burn the most calories, what do you need to do to your HR? Why? What do you think happens to your RHR over time if you have a regular workout program? Why? 10. What happens to your THRZ over time if you have a regular workout program? Why?