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16cgymZUMBA/Cardio

16cgyymZUMBA/Cardio Rhythm Study Guide

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Resting Heart Rate The speed at which your heart beats per minute.
Resting heart rate is expressed as bpm; beats per minute
Normal resting heart rate 60-100 bpm
Target Heart Rate The point in which physical fitness begins to improve
Maximum Heart Rate The highest heart rate an individual can achieve without severe problems during exercise
Figure out maximum heart rate subtract your age from 220
Cardiovascular endurance The ability for your heart and lungs to supply oxegyn-rich blood for a sustained amount of time during exercise
Activities to increase cardiovascular endurance ZUMBA, Insanity, P90x, T25, swimming, running, walking, etc.
Show increase in cardio endurance Resting heart rate decreases in bpm
Target hert rate for middle school students 103-178 bpm
Created by: 16bcleary