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Exercising And Heart Rate
Exercise: for a 50y/o person we generally would recommend not getting the rate that high. Generally we would keep the maximum under 170 and the training 150 or less. ...Read more
After exercising my heart rate wasn''t only real fast , but a hard irreglr, jumpn beat, ice water ?
Exercise: Consult your pcp for thorough exam.Get a more detailed answer ›
I got fast heart beat or heart rate without exercising my heart rate is 106 is that normal for my age at 21 can fear cause heart problems?
I was exercising and my heart rate was at 125-132 how come it went down to 80 real fast after i stopped?
When exercising, heart rate will rise 5-10 bpms for 10-15 secs after stopping from its exercising rate, then will sharply fall. What causes the rise?
Not every time, But sometimes when I start exercising and my heart rate gets faster I get palpitations. Is it from being out of shape?more serious?
Indicator: Elevated hr is an indicator that you're exercising adequately. ...Read more
I have started exercising recently and my heart rate goes up to near max within a few minutes doing nothing strenuous, RHR 50s 60s. I'm concerned?
When exercising one identifies a heart rate which is 100%, depending on age. 100% of what? (i refer to the 220-age formula for 100% heart rate.)
Of predicted: Certain numbers have been determined to be maximal heart based on age. The heart can actually go faster than these numbers but it has been determined that higher rates are detrimental. If you are exercising and you heart rate reaches that predicted number, then you have reached 100%. It is recommended that you keep your heart rate at 80-90% during exercise. ...Read more
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