Chart #1: Fitness Heart Rate Poster
This dynamic Fitness Heart Rate Poster helps determine what Training Zone you are in by cross-referencing your heart rate (beats per minute) and your age. YouÆll know whether you are working too hard or not hard enough.
Moreover this chart offers the tips you need to improve your health and your exercise performance.This brilliant full-color 24öx36ö laminated poster by Productive Fitness Publishing lets you see the data you need to get you in shape.
Calculate your heart rate training zone at a glance using the zone chart.
Use the poster's formula to calculate a more precise and optimal zone that you can measure over time.
Follow the Tips to Improve Your Performance section, including the ôChallenge Myselfö guidelines to consistently improve your fitness level.
Determine your Fitness Zone, which ranges from ôInactiveö to ôFitnessö to ôHigh Performanceö and build on it.
The chartÆs clear instructions with colorful graphs will make your efforts toward a healthier lifestyle a breeze.
Whatever your fitness level, this easy-to-follow poster makes a great addition for any home, gym or fitness center!
Chart #2: Rating of Perceived Exertion and Talk Test
The Perceived Exertion and Talk Test Chart provides an easy way to tell if you are training in the correct heart rate zone without actually taking your heart rate. In simple chart format, it uses different factors to determine your intensity level, including how difficult it is to talk while exercising and your perception of how hard you are working. Use this chart to become more in tune with your body while exercising and boost your overall fitness level.
RPE is often used by group fitness instructors to help participants self monitor their exercise intensity level. It is also used by those on medications that can influence heart rate.
This brilliant full-color 24"x36" laminated poster, published by Productive Fitness Publishing, offers a simple 0 to 10 rating scale for determining individual intensity of exercise.
How much effort it takes to talk while exercising points out your heart rate.
At 0-1, you are inactive and showing little exertion. You could be standing or sitting. You breathe and talk normally, and your heart rate is 40-79 beats per minute.
At 4-5, you are working up a moderate sweat with a fast walk. Your breathing is moderate and you can carry on a conversation. Your heart rate is 130-149.
At 9-10, you are in the high performance zone. You are running at a fast pace and your exertion level is severe. You are gasping for breath and canÆt talk. Your heart rate is 180-190 or higher.
The chartÆs clear instructions with colorful graphs will make your efforts toward a healthier lifestyle a breeze.By comparing your fitness factors to those on the chart, you can gradually increase your exercise output without comprimising your performance level. This easy-to-follow poster is a great addition to any gym or fitness center. Get yours today for a healthier you!
Laminated, 24" x 36".