Here’s a Exercise Heart Rate Chart by Age and Gender

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The American Heart Association recommends the following target heart rate during exercise:

For moderate-intensity aerobic activity:

Men: 50-85% of maximum heart rate Women: 50-85% of maximum heart                     rate

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Men: 70-85% of maximum heart rate Women: 70-85% of maximum heart                     rate

For vigorous-intensity aerobic activity:

To determine your maximum heart rate, the most widely used method is to subtract your age from 220.

Keep in mind that these are general guidelines and individuals may have different target heart rates based on factors such as overall health and fitness level.

This table presents an approximate target heart rate range for various age groups. These values are meant to serve as a general reference and may vary for individual cases.

Source: heart.org