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Article – Heart Rate Training Zones Explained

 

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A simple calculation to obtain your Maximum Heart Rate (Max HR) is 220 – your age.

This information was researched and collated from numerous fitness, health and well-being articles.


About the Author:

Neil is a physical training instructor posted to 1st Close Health Battalion who is currently based in Darwin. His sporting background is boxing. He was a member of the 1992 British Olympic Squad, was ranked #1 in Great Britain and represented England as a boxer, coach and official. Neil was allocated to the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and received an MBE for his service to the sport of boxing.


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One thought on “Article – Heart Rate Training Zones Explained

  1. Simple but effective. The UK Army has used the Conconi Test during initial training at RMAS before with aound results.

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