Peak heart rates during conventional CR training are commonly restricted, either by a fixed value (typically 150 beats/ min ) or by a calculated limit such as the percent maximal heart rate, defined as 64% to 94% of age-predicted heart rate (10).
What does PHR stand for?
PHR stands for Peak Heart Rate
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It was therefore hypothesized that novice and expert jumpers would show a similar parallel pattern of peak heart rate immediately before tandem and solo jumps.
Number of Subjects: 36 subjects Materials/Methods: Thirty-six healthy young adults (18m/18f) performed a maximal effort treadmill test to determine each subject's peak heart rate (HRpeak).
014), a higher percentage of the age-predicted peak heart rate (OR, 1.
When the man was on top, the peak heart rate was 114 [+ or -] 14 beats per minute returning to 69 [+ or -] 12 beats per minute by 120sec post orgasm; and when the man was underneath, a similar peak heart rate of 117 [+ or -] 4 beats per minute was recorded.
Peak oxygen consumption, peak heart rate, peak RER, peak venous lactate concentration and peak VE in patients with PAD and a control group during a maximal exercise test PVD (N = 31) Cont.
Participants performed this test so we could record peak heart rate values during arm cranking.
In these settings, it is possible to administer the radiopharmaceutical in the peak heart rate even if patients fail to attain the maximum THR according to age.