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What Is A Good Heart Rate When Exercising
Exercising several years, good shape & good diet, 28 years old. Heart rate remains around 77-78 despite exercise. Blood pressure down recently 108/75?
I consider myself in relatively good shape but after a workout it takes my heart rate over an hour to get below 100 bpm should I be concerned?
Heart rate recovery : That's a long time to fall. Check with your doc to see if there's a problem. ...Read more
I have a resting heart rate of 90 during the day. I'm 283 lbs and chew .I workout out cardio 4 x per week . Ekg good. Should i be worried?
Calculation: Mhr = 220-age. Remember it's a calculation and not exact number. If no symptoms associated you should be ok. However, why you want to reach your mhr? Know the training zones and exercise accordingly. Ex: 60-70% training zone for basic endurance and fat burning; caloric burning depend on exercise time. ...Read more
What causes an increase in heart rate when exercising at high intensity? My heart rate went from 180 to 220.
Normal response: But that is too high for you -- your maximum should be no more than 180 and keep it there for about 30 minutes for a proper cardio or aerobic exercise -- and do it regularly 3 times a week -- as you get fitter, your heart rate will lower and it will take longer and higher intensity to get to your maximum heart rate -- don't overstress your heart in a hurry -- it's not a goal but a lifestyle. ...Read more
Unusually high heart rate when exercising on my bike of 165 when normally 140. I'm 63 and exercise 3 to 4 times/ week, drank a lot h20 that day too?
Dizziness and nausea with moderate chest pain with changes in heart rate when exercising standing feels better when rested ?
See doc: Any symptoms brought on by physical exertion merit further investigation. Given your young age coronary blockages are unlikely. A thorough exam and BP assessment including orthostatics-a murmur might suggest structural causes and if any is appreciated, an echo can be done to rule out hypertrophic cardiomyopathy/structural-congenital heart disease. Ecg/monitoring to rule out arrhythmias. ...Read more
Normal or SVT: Probably normal. Can be mild svt, but likely the hr counter is slightly inaccurate at higher rates. ...Read more
Deconditioned: There are things which can cause the hr to go up such as the thyroid and the heart itself. At your age, and if you have not bee diagnosed with anything it is most likely deconditioned state. Reconditioning may mean to advance activities a little bit slower. Start with rapid walks for several days, then advance to next more rigorous exercise after and do the same stepwise. ...Read more
Slightly high.: According to the American Heart Association, your maximum heart rate while exercising should be about 220 minus your age. So for a 23 year old, it would be 197 beats per minute. And your target heart rate would be lower than that, about 100-170 for a 20 year old. A heart rate higher than the maximum for your age indicates you may be straining and should probably slow down. ...Read more
Indicator: Elevated hr is an indicator that you're exercising adequately. ...Read more
Sometimes while exercising my heart rate is around 180 (and can reach 200 maximum). Is this safe?
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
What should my heart rate be 1 hour after I finish exercising? I'm 17, female, high level athlete.
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