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6th Grade Physical Education/Health
Heart Rate Worksheet

Name: _______________________
Section: ________

After reading the attached handout, please feel out this worksheet. Please show all work.

1. Find your true resting heart rate and record it. _______ beats per minute



2. March in place for one minute. Write down how many times your heart beats in one minute as soon as you have
finished marching. _______ beats per minute



3. Sit down and rest until your heart rate is the same, or nearly the same as your resting heart rate. Write down how
many minutes/seconds this takes. _______ minutes
______ seconds



4. Find your target heart rate by doing 50 jumping jacks and record it. ________ beats per minute. Please show your
work below.



5. Follow step number three again. _______ minutes _______ seconds



6. Now run in place until the clock shows 3 minutes. Take your heart rate again for 1 minute as soon as you have
finished running. Write this down. ______ beats per minute



7. Follow step number three again. ______ minutes        _______ seconds



8. Take your “resting heart rate” and multiply by 60. This will tell you how many times your heart beats in one hour
without any activity. Work out how many less beats per hour you would save if you could lower your heart rate by 10
beats an hour. (For example: if your heart beats 75 times a minute now, how many beats would you “save” if it beat 65
times a minute?)



9. Multiply this figure by the number of hours you are awake in a day. ________




10. Why is your target heart rate so important?
11. What are some moderate-intensity activities you participate in on a regular basis?




12. What are some vigorous-intensity activities you participate in on a regular basis?




To figure target heart rate:

220 – age = _______
____ x .65 (intensity level) = _______
____ x .85 (intensity level) = _______

The two numbers you get when you multiply by .65 and .85 are your target heart rate range. This is where you want
your heart rate to be when working out if not a little higher.

E
x
220-32= 188
.
188 x .65=122.2
188 x .85=159.8

So this person’s target heart rate range is between 122 and 160. That is where their heart rate should be when working out.




                                        Exercise Regularly, Eat Right, Live Long

								
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