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Re: The Resting Heart Rate Thread
« Reply #15 on: September 18, 2017, 05:05:25 pm »
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got some 39's in the data!!



46 avg over 22 minutes.

it's funny, a month or so ago, the "lowest" I got was 48's.. :ninja: :ibrunning:

 :personal-record: twins! I had some 38/39s while lying in bed this morning. Still very rarely get under 50 any time after getting out of bed.

haha nice!! :highfive:

interesting though .. so, if you get up and move around for a while, then go and sit down/relax, it's just consistently more elevated? I imagine it'll improve. My HR seems to drop back down if I sit down/relax. The only times i've measured RHR in bed, were manually but I never get a full reading, pulse does feel very low upon waking up. Though sometimes it's actually elevated. I've woken up, after more than enough sleep, with my pulse pretty high; almost as if my body is trying to get me to wakeup already.

Sounds like the beauty of having wrist based HR measurement. I have to go put on my chest strap lmfao.

Imagine walking around low 40's :ninja: probably feel ridiculously heathy.. lol.

peace!

I just don't think I ever get as relaxed as when I'm lying down in bed in the morning. Now that I think about it I do get mid 40s sometimes when sitting and reading at a desk for a while, though.
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Re: The Resting Heart Rate Thread
« Reply #16 on: October 02, 2017, 04:55:59 pm »
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damn.. caffeine in me, food in me, taken at 4:30 PM, had to poop for the second half of the test, replying to forum posts, etc..

20 minutes:
- average = 40
- low = 35





just letting the mileage "sculpt" me. :ninja:

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Re: The Resting Heart Rate Thread
« Reply #17 on: October 14, 2017, 10:05:14 am »
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walking, resting HR:



very happy with that..

From strava:

https://www.strava.com/activities/1229682433

rest day walking heart rate experiment ruined due to thunderstorm: analyzing how walking pace changes over time, while maintaining ~79 BPM heart rate: avg = 77:

Wanted to do 8 miles, got cut short after 3. Surprised how low my HR is at 16:XX min/mi walking pace, that's a good sign I guess. I remember several months ago at 16:XX it was > 100. Apparently I burned *16* calories on my second mile, lmao.