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Target Heart Rate Chart, THR Chart

A target zone is a heart rate range that helps you maintain an intensity level while you work out. Target zones typically correspond with a specific exercise goal and helps to effectively grade if an exercise is actually working for you or overworking you.The below heart rate chart show the  ranges of maximum heart rate by age. Using these charts, you can calculate  the safe heart rate during exercise. It is important to remember that everyone's personal fitness level is different and that the information on an exercise heart rate chart is meant to be used only as an approximation.
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Target Heart Rate(THR) Chart
Age Max heart rate min target 60 sec max target  60 sec min target 10 sec max target 10 sec
15 205 103 174 17 29
20 200 100 170 17 28
25 195 98 166 17 28
30 190 95 162 16 27
35 185 93 157 16 26
40 180 90 153 15 26
45 175 88 149 15 25
50 170 85 145 15 24
55 165 83 140 14 23
60 160 80 136 13 23
65 155 78 132 13 22
70 150 75 128 13 21
75 145 73 123 12 21
80 140 70 119 12 20

 

Fitness Target Heart Rates Zones
Exercise Level Benefits Intensity Level
(Max HR %)
Light Exercise Healthy Heart Maintenance 50% - 60%
Weight Loss Burn Fat & Calories 60% - 70%
Base - Aerobic Increase stamina & endurance 70% - 80%
Conditioning Fitness conditioning, muscle building, and athletic training 80% - 90%
Athletic - elite Athletic training and endurance 90% - 100%

 

Target Heart Rate(THR)



The maximum heart rate is the highest heart rate achieved during maximal exercise. This maximum rate is based on the person's age. You should know your Maximum Heart Rate and your correct training zone to know if you are training at the right pace.
THR zone can help you pace yourself so you burn calories without tiring out too quickly. You gain the most benefits and lessen the risks when you exercise in your target heart rate zone. Usually this is when your exercise heart rate is 60 to 80 percent of your maximum heart rate.


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