If you're 30 years old and your maximum heart rate is 190 bpm, your target heart rate should be between 95 and 114 bpm if you're new to fitness, and between 114 and 133 bpm if you're an experienced exerciser.
The monitor strip is considered to be reactive when the baby's heart rate elevates at least 15 bpm above the baseline heart rate for at least 15 seconds twice in a 20-minute period.
The songs range from slow (85 beats per minute) to the outrageously fast (200-300 BPM), but don't worry -- the majority of the songs hit the 120-150 BPM spectrum.
Things like keeping your heart rate below 150 bpm, or clearing the stage is a certain amount of time will get you the maximum amount.
Pulse: No pulse = 0; pulse below 100 beats per minute (bpm) = 1; pulse over 100 per minute = 2.
A newborn heart rate of less than 100 bpm indicates the need for immediate resuscitation.
So if you're 30 years old then your maximum heart rate is 190 beats per minute (bpm).
The average fetal heart rate is in the range of 110 to 160 beats per minute (bpm).