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Technically speaking, moderate intensity is when your heart rate is between 50–65% of your max, says Dr. Leada Malek, a physical therapist and certified strength and conditioning specialist. The results showed that for men the number of steps per minute to reach moderate-intensity exercise was between 92 and 102.
For women, the. Moderate Intensity The talk test is a simple way to measure relative intensity. In general, if you’re doing moderate-intensity activity, you can talk but not sing during the activity.
Walking briskly (3 miles per hour or faster, but not race-walking). Walking at least 100 steps per minute constitutes moderate exercise for most people, and at least 130 steps per minute is vigorous exercise, according to a small study in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. These step counts were calculated while participants walked on treadmills at various speeds, holding portable devices that measured oxygen consumption. Walking at 100 or more steps a minute counts as moderate-intensity physical activity, while 130 or more a minute crosses into vigorous physical activity. You.
An easy walk of under 10 minutes doesn’t count as moderate-intensity aerobic activity. You may accrue over 10,000 steps per day on your pedometer, but unless you do some sessions of 10 minutes or more at a brisk pace, you haven’t met your daily exercise goal. Thus, walking at 3 to 4 miles-per-hour is considered to require 4 METs and to be a moderate-intensity activity, regardless of who is doing the activitya young marathon runner or a 90-year-old grandmother.
As you might imagine, a brisk walk would likely be an easy activity for the marathon runner, but a very hard activity for the grandmother. Depending on the style of walking you do, the intensity of your workout can vary widely. If you’re just casually strolling around the neighborhood to improve your overall health, then the total accrual of miles, minutes, and calories is more important than high intensity.
But even s. Moderate exercise intensity: 50% to about 70% of your maximum heart rate. Vigorous exercise intensity: 70% to about 85% of your maximum heart rate.
If you’re not fit or you’re just beginning an exercise program, aim for the lower end of your target heart rate zone. Then, gradually build up the intensity. In the exercise world, we think of moderate-intensity activity as anything that gets your heart rate up to 50 to 60 percent higher than its rate when you are at rest.
Different groups — from the American Heart Association to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — have slightly different recommendations.
List of related literature:
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|from Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition|
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|from Assisted Living Nursing: A Manual for Management and Practice|
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|from Preventive Cardiology: A Companion to Braunwald’s Heart Disease E-Book|