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with this condition you should have been talking with a doctor or a heart specialist 2 weeks ago

with this condition you should have been talking with a doctor or a heart specialist 2 weeks ago

Jun 24, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

A normal resting heart rate for adults ranges from **60 to 100 beats a minute**. Generally, a lower heart rate at rest implies more efficient heart function and better cardiovascular fitness. For example, a well-trained athlete might have a normal resting heart rate closer to **40 beats a minute**.

Apr 23, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

The AHA says that the maximum heart rate during exercise roughly equals 220 minus age.

Age Target HR zone 50-85% Average maximum heart rate, 100% 60 years 80-136 beats per minute 160 beats per minute 65 years 78-132 beats per minute 155 beats per minute 70 years 75-128 beats per minute 150 beats per minute 7 more rows

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Age Target HR zone 50-85% Average maximum heart rate, 100% 60 years 80-136 beats per minute 160 beats per minute 65 years 78-132 beats per minute 155 beats per minute 70 years 75-128 beats per minute 150 beats per minute 7 more rows

Mar 26, 2017 | The Health & Beauty

Work is often defined as how much volume or weight is carried, for how far in a given period of time. Examples: Move 1000 Lbs 10 feet in 10 minutes, Now move it 20 feet in 10 min - you've done twice the work. Or, 2000 lbs 10 feet in 10 minutes = twice the work. 1000 lbs, 10 feet in 5 minutes = twice the work.

So, a good measure for a heart would be how much blood is pumped in a period of time. The amount of blood in each beat doesn't really change, this distance is always the same, so how often it happens is a pretty good indicator. Simplified, you could say that the heart does the most work when it beats the fastest. Run for 130 beats per minute is 4 times the work of say, sleeping at 30 beats in a minute. Anything that raises yur heart rate to the highest would be the most work.

So, a good measure for a heart would be how much blood is pumped in a period of time. The amount of blood in each beat doesn't really change, this distance is always the same, so how often it happens is a pretty good indicator. Simplified, you could say that the heart does the most work when it beats the fastest. Run for 130 beats per minute is 4 times the work of say, sleeping at 30 beats in a minute. Anything that raises yur heart rate to the highest would be the most work.

Apr 09, 2014 | Computers & Internet

There are two ways to solve this homework problem. If you want full credit, you will solve it using integral calculus as your teacher most likely expects. I am WAY too many years out of engineering school to remember how to do that.

The simple solution takes advantage of the fact that speed is scalar that is presented in units of distance over time, so all you need to know is the total distance traveled over a fixed interval of time.

The stroke is 63 inches and the engine makes 123 complete revolutions in a minute.

123 x 2 x 63 = 15,498 inches per minute average piston speed or 1,291.5 ft/minute

or 14.676 miles per hour

This must be a steam engine.

If your teacher is picky about significant digits, don't forget that the original problem had only two significant digits so the answer you give should have only two significant digits.

When you finish your math homework, your punctuation and capitalization could use some work...

The simple solution takes advantage of the fact that speed is scalar that is presented in units of distance over time, so all you need to know is the total distance traveled over a fixed interval of time.

The stroke is 63 inches and the engine makes 123 complete revolutions in a minute.

123 x 2 x 63 = 15,498 inches per minute average piston speed or 1,291.5 ft/minute

or 14.676 miles per hour

This must be a steam engine.

If your teacher is picky about significant digits, don't forget that the original problem had only two significant digits so the answer you give should have only two significant digits.

When you finish your math homework, your punctuation and capitalization could use some work...

Sep 20, 2011 | BMW 760 Cars & Trucks

Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com.

32' round by how deep? Flow rate is how you size a filter so with total gallons you can calculate how many per minute will add up to the whole pool being turned over is 6-8 hours. The pump and filter are then sized for that required flow...Assuming the pool is an above ground ~4' average depth then total gallons would be about 24,000 gallons. For an 8 hour turnover you would need about 50 gallons per minute. The 210T, T for top mount, is designed to handle up to 44 gallons per minute and turn over a 21,000 gallon pool in 8 hours or a 26,000 gallon pool in 10.

What that basically means is that using a 210 on a pool 32 x 4 would be pushing it. It will work but you will end up backwashing more frequently which raises the overall cost of running the pool. If it is not to late a 24" filter would be better; especially if you have periods of time in your pool season where heavy amounts of debris such as pollen get into the water. A 21" filter won't handle any over a normal filtration load.

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Apr 28, 2011 | Hayward Pro Series 21" Above Ground Pool...

After 2 minutes on a treadmill, Jenny has a heart rate of 82. After 3
minutes she has a heart rate of 86. Assuming that Jenny's heart rate H
is a linear function of the time T on the treadmill, write H as a linear
function of T. What heart rate would be expected for Jenny after 10
minutes on the treadmill?

Sep 22, 2010 | M2K Garfield: It's All About Letters and...

I had cause to strip the covers off my rower now i find the strap does not recoil as supposed what have i done wrong with the reassembly...please...thx.its a reebok edge/fusion.

Sep 23, 2009 | Reebok Exercise & Fitness

There are five easy steps you should take: 1. Roughly estimate your maximum heart rate (MHR) by subtracting your age from 220 (or a little more accurately, 214-(0.8 x age) for men, and 209-(0.9 x age) for women. If you're a regular runner, you can test yourself for your MHR by warming up and then doing a combination of short, fast runs as follows, ideally on a treadmill: run as fast as you can, evenly, for three minutes, then rest with two or three minutes gentle running, then repeat your three-minute maximal run; at some stage during the second effort you should get a higher MHR value than with any other method. 2. Work out your training zones: 50-60 per cent of maximum for easy recovery runs; 60-70 per cent for basic weight management; 70-80 per cent for aerobic training; and 80-100 per cent for threshold runs and speed training. The figures are more accurate if you find percentages of your working heart rate, then add them to your resting heart rate. You find your working heart rate by subtracting your resting heart rate from your maximum. 3. If you don't already have a training schedule, plan your runs for the week ahead and allocate a target heart rate zone for each run. 4. Stick to these zones. 5. Be alert for unusual readings. If you're ill, tired, stressed or not fully recovered from a race, then your resting heart rate may be higher than normal. If it's 5-10 beats above normal, make your day's run an easy one. Any higher than that and you should definitely have a rest day.

Aug 27, 2008 | Welch Allyn Mobile Stand for Spot Vital...

Hello,

It sounds like most of you have the heart rate set to display in % of max heart rate. Most Polar products have the option of heart rate in BPM(beats per minute) or percentage of max.

If you look at the display during the exercise, you will see a % icon. You can turn it off in by hitting the back button and go down to HR view settings.

Hope this helps.

Chris @ Polar USA

It sounds like most of you have the heart rate set to display in % of max heart rate. Most Polar products have the option of heart rate in BPM(beats per minute) or percentage of max.

If you look at the display during the exercise, you will see a % icon. You can turn it off in by hitting the back button and go down to HR view settings.

Hope this helps.

Chris @ Polar USA

Aug 02, 2008 | Polar F6 Wrist Watch

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