Any form of exercise is good to maintain good health but we need to make sure that we are getting the most from our workout.
There is a range of heart rates which is considered a good target for heart rates which is a safe heart rate yet gives the most benefit from exercises.
The target heart rate is usually between 50%-85% of your average resting heart rate. (Source: JHM)
You should also know how to find your maximum heart rate. It is usually your age subtracted from 220. So, if you're at 30, the maximum heart rate that is safer for you is 190 beats per minute. (Source: JHM)
Considering the range of 50%-85%, your target heart rate should be between 95 bpm and 161.5 bpm (for 30 years old). (Source: JHM)
You can also measure your heart rate using a heart rate monitor, a finger sensor, or by taking your pulse manually.
After knowing your maximum safe heart rate, you need to monitor it while exercising to avoid further health issues.
You can also use an easier method to calculate the target heart rate by using a fitness-tracking device.
You can also exercise on a treadmill that helps you to track your target heart rate.
Individuals with high blood pressure, heart disease, or other health conditions should consult with a healthcare professional before starting an exercise program.