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Heart Rate as a Measure of Physical ExertionEdit

Effort is very hard to measure, as it is internally or externally. Frame of mind makes exagerates a person's actual condition pushing far beyond normal limits, or bringing down performance quite drastically. In the end, we look to the Body's own involuntary and automatic responses to tell us where we really are.

Heart Rate as a Performance tool can help us overcome natural cognitive biases that prevent us from accurately assessing our condition because it can be careful measured and tracked. When a historical database is created, by writing down our performance at different levels of exertion, we develop a better understanding of limits and potential.


Resting Heart Rate (BPM)Edit

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Alert and Mentally Active Heart Rate (+10% BPM)Edit

Examples

Very Light Exertion (+20% BPM)Edit

Very Intense Mental Activity or Very Light physical activity

Examples.

Light Exertion (+30% BPM)Edit

Walking, Hiking

Examples

Medium Exertion (+60% BPM)Edit

Paced Running,

Examples

Heavy Exertion (+80% BPM)Edit

running

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Maximum Exertion (+100 BPM)Edit

Sprinting, Carrying the heaviest weight (often a dangerous amount of weight to wield).

Example


Trouble Shooting.

Unusual Heart rates can be a marker of a problem or a factor that has failed to be noticed.


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