Multiply this -- the age-predicted maximum heart rate -- by 55 percent and 90 percent to calculate the lower and upper limits of the target heart rate.
What does APMHR stand for?
APMHR stands for Age-Predicted Maximum Heart Rate
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This can be done by beginning the next work interval when the heart rate drops to 60 to 70% of the age-predicted maximum heart rate (220 - age = APMHR), though this method is not always practical when training a large group of athletes.