How do I calculate my Maximum Heart Rate?

For a general idea of your maximum heart rate, you can start with the age-predicted formula. Using this formula, your maximum heart rate is calculated by subtracting your age from 220 if you are a male and from 226 if you’re a female. For example, if you’re a 30-year-old man, your Age Predicted Maximum Heart Rate would be 190. For a more thorough approach to calculating your maximum heart rate find a Karvonen Heart Rate calculator online. It’s going to provide you with the maximum heart rate that is the most specific to you. For your convenience, your Maximum HR can now be added to your profile on our Apps! Click here to learn more and adjust your Maximum HR on your profile. 

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