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# PART III CARDIO GRAPH

Before participating in the activities, record your ambient heart rate. Now you will participate in various activities listed on the graph for 1 minute. After
each activity, quickly locate your pulse and count beats for 6 seconds. Multiply by 10 and chart the number on your graph.

Ambient Heart Rate: How fast your heart is beating while you are awake and sitting/standing.
Maximum Heart Rate: The fastest your heart can beat without collapse is called your Maximum Heart Rate.

The two main locations for taking a pulse are the ____________ artery and the _____________ artery.

## What is your Target Heart Rate Zone? __________ to __________

200
190
180
170
HEART RATE (BPM)

160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
Ambient Walking Jog Fast Grapevine Skip Rocket Jumping Can-Can X-Country Recovery
Heart Walk Blasters Jacks Skiing Heart
Rate Rate
NAME _____________________________ DATE _________ PERIOD_____

## Determining Your Target Heart Rate Zone

PART I:
Objective: Students will determine their Target Heart Rate Zone by using Karvonen’s
Formula. Cardiorespiratory endurance will be maintained or improved if the heart
rate during exercise is between the low intensity and high intensity.

## A. 220 – ________ = __________________________

(your age) (Maximum Heart Rate or MHR)

## B. _____ X 65% = _______________

(MHR) (low intensity)

## C. _____ X 85% = _______________

(MHR) (high intensity)

## D. My Target Heart Rate Zone is _______________ to _______________

(low intensity) (high intensity)

PART II:
After completing each activity from the Cardio Graph, respond to the Reflective
Questions below.

1. Look at the pattern that developed on your graph. How do the different