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Thresholds of Training

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on 30 November 2014

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What Do We Mean By Intensity?
In pairs, you have 30 seconds to discuss
What Does It Mean?
In your book, write a definition in no more than 10 words

After 1 minute, discuss your definition with the person next to you - you may want to change your definition


"the maximum number of times your heart can contract in one minute"
Every time your heart 'beats', it is
contracting

The heart is a muscle and it squeezes blood out

Can you guess the average amount of times it contracts in a minute?
What Could Influence
Our MHR?
Think for 30 seconds...
Maximum
Heart Rate

Thresholds of Training
Intensity is
how hard
we are working
60
80
90
30
100
40
Lesson Objectives
Explain the term Maximum Heart Rate

Understand the different training zones

Calculate training zones for yourself and others
Age
MHR =

220 - Age (in years)

What is your MHR?
If you are all the same age, why are your resting heart rates different?
What is your resting HR?
A lower resting heart rate can be due to higher fitness levels
So What Intensity Should We Be Working At?
For each training zone, work out your lower and upper HR

Aerobic
- 60-80%

Anaerobic
- 80-90%
Task
James is 20 years old

Sarah is 40 years old
Work out their MHR
Calculate their lower and upper aerobic and anaerobic training zones
Answers
James

Sarah
MHR
Aerobic
Anaerobic
200



160
120-160



96-128
160-180



128-144
We can work out what intensity we work at using our
DO NOW!!!
What are the 4 phases of a training session?
What is included in each phase?
Quiz
Q1
What do the initials MHR stand for?
Q2
What is the definition of MHR?
Q3
What is the main factor that affects MHR?
Q4
What is the calculation for MHR?
Q5
What percentage of MHR is the anaerobic training zone?
Q6
What is the average resting HR?
Q7
What are the names of the 2 training zones?
Q8
What is the value of the
lower
threshold of the aerobic training zone?
What is the value of the
upper
threshold of the aerobic training zone?
Q9
Q10
Alex is 50 years old

What is his MHR?
Maximum Heart Rate
"the maximum number of times your heart can contract in one minute"
Age
220 - Age (in years)
80-90% MHR
60 bpm
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Speed
60% MHR
85%
170 bpm
Aerobic Training Zone (60-80% of MHR):

Most effective for improving overall cardiovascular fitness
Anaerobic Training Zone (80-90% of MHR)
Body cannot remove lactic acid. Training in this zone will improve lactate threshold which in turn will improve performance
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