Zone heartbeat with exercise

Heartbeat with exercise The heart is an important organ for the body. It has the function of pumping blood to nourish various systems to function. In the body, from the cellular level to all organs, there is a need for energy and biochemicals to function. By relying on the circulatory system to help convey. The work of the body is related to the heartbeat.

Zone heartbeat with exercise

The harder the body works The heart only needs to accelerate to pump more blood.

In order to provide nutrients to nourish the organs and work continuously, as if we exercise. The heart beats faster to help deliver nutrients to the muscles. But in the case of patients with problems with blood pressure. The fast or slow heartbeat will depend on other factors which are not discussed in this case.

Nowadays, measuring blood pressure is much easier. There is a device for measuring heart rate Designed in the form of a finger ring, ufabet wrist watch and armband, the device’s core capabilities are  measuring blood pressure  and heart rate. 

Zone in the heart of the popular applications will be divided into five parts.

Calculated according to the average percentage of Heart rate minimum to maximum. Which may be different for each person The normal, unworked heart rate is 50 percent  and the maximum heart rate is 100 percent.

Zone heartbeat with exercise

To find the maximum heart rate Can be obtained in 2 simple ways

  1. Set it with the number 220 and subtract the age, such as 30 years old, 220 – 30 = 190, etc.
  2. Exercise by running at maximum speed for as long as you think to the maximum of your body. Then measure your heart rate at that time for reference. In order to measure the maximum heart rate this should be done together, the two methods are combined to get a more reliable value.

In-zone workouts

It is useful in the field of exercise targeting such as weight loss, muscle mass gain. Increasing the speed and endurance that we can use to measure the heartbeat In which zone we should control exercise. 

Many people probably already know that Exercise is divided into two broad categories : aerobic exercise and anaerobic . Both formats have different results. Each exercise will be rotated continuously in both forms, but if we take the heart rate criteria to control the exercise, it will help to get the right results.

In-zone exercises, or cardiac-based exercises, differ from person to person. Due to the physical condition that is different. In this type of exercise, you must create your own form only. The criteria of others shouldnt use as a reference.

Zone heartbeat with exercise

Exercise Zone Type

This exercise is divided into five ranges, from 50 percent to 100 percent. Set at 50 percent as the lowest heart rate and 100 percent the highest heart rate. Which each range will have a width of 10 percent.

Zone 1 has a heart rate range of 51 to 60 percent, and is primarily a stimulating exercise. Haven’t created a lot of load on the body Some people call this zone the rehabilitation zone for readiness.

Zone 2: Your heart rate ranges from 61 to 70 percent. In this zone, exercise is at the brisk walking level. Exercise Helps the body to be strong and flexible. This stimulates the functions of various systems to function efficiently, training for running, cycling and swimming. As the result workout in this zone will help increase the endurance of the muscles for longer.

In Zone 3, the heart rate ranges from 71% to 80%. This type of exercise is at the jogging level. Also walking fast for a long time Helps the body to be more resistant to using the muscles over a longer period.

Zone 4: Heart rate ranges from 81 to 90 percent. This zone is ideal for those looking to lose fat. Weight control Because the body will extract nutrients that have accumulated to work to keep the muscles working continuously.

In Zone 5, your heart rate ranges from 91% to 100%, which is the highest level of exercise. At this level, muscle fibers are broken down to generate energy in zone 5. The ideal for those looking to increase muscle strength, such as lifting weights.