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Use of predictive equations of maximum heart rate for exercise prescription : a comparative study

@inproceedings{Segundo2016UseOP,
  title={Use of predictive equations of maximum heart rate for exercise prescription : a comparative study},
  author={Victor Hugo de Oliveira Segundo and Nailton Jos{\'e} Brand{\~a}o de Albuquerque and Filho and Gleidson Mendes Rebouças and Thiago Renee Felipe and Victor H Ara{\'u}jo and Ferreira Matos and Paulo Moreira Silva Dantas and Edson Fonseca Pinto},
  year={2016}
}
Aim: The aim of this study was to compare the heart rate peak obtained in a graded exercise test with values obtained by different predictive equations in young adults. Methodology: 16 physically active young adult men (24,4 ± 2,7 age) performed a maximal exercise test to determine their peak of Heart Rate (HRpeak). To determine the age-predicted HRpeak, was used the equation attributed to Karvonen et al. “220-age” and the equations proposed by Tanaka et al. “208 (0,7 x age)” and Jones… 

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