The relationship between maximum heart rate in a cardiorespiratory fitness test and in a maximum heart rate test

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The relationship between maximum heart rate in a cardiorespiratory fitness test and in a maximum heart rate test

It is suggested that individuals will not reach their heart rate maximum (HRmax) at an incremental cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) test, and commonly five beats per minute (bpm) are added to the highest heart rate (HR) reached. To our knowledge, there is not sufficient data justifying such estimation. Our aim was to assess whether individuals reached HRmax in an incremental CRF test to exhaustion.

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