Define resting heart rate and target heart rate and explain why it is important to know both when developing a exercise plan.

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 so a resting heart rate is the number of beats your heart makes per minute in complete rest and the target heart rate is the minimum amount of heart beats to reach exhaustion basically they are important because you need to know the limits and also what your normal rates will be.
OK so a resting heart rate is the number of beats your heart makes per minute in complete rest and the target heart rate is the minimum amount of heart beats to reach exhaustion basically they are important because you need to know the limits and also what your normal rates will be.
A resting heart rate is 60-100bpm for the average adult. Generally, a lower resting heart rate implies more efficient heart function and better fitness. I'm not sure on the second part, sorry.
The resting heart rate for the average adult is 60-100bpm. Athletes have a resting heart rate of 40bpm. It's recommended to exercise within 55-85% of your max heart rate (MHR) for ~20-30m. The MHR (220 minus your age) is the upper limit of what your cardiovascular system can handle during physical activity.


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