What is the heart rate when an 11 year old child is jogging or running 1 mile?

Varies. The pulse rate depends on the child's health, level of physical and emotional maturity, extent of preparation, body mass, and gender. The pulse should not exceed 180, but in an accomplished expert runner, it well be quite less.
150-190. Roughly the max heart rate for an 11 yo is 220-age, so 209 bpm. Most children can reach peak heart rate with strenuous exercise.

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I am a 45 year old male. My restin heart rate is 42-44bpm. When running a 3 mile sub 6 min/mile pace my max heart rate touched 205bpm. Is this normal?

probably not. The maximum predicted heart rate for someone your age is 175. That's not hard and fast but 205 sounds suspicious. You should undergo a treadmill stress test and see if you can reproduce that hr on cardiac monitoring. If not, you should wear a 30 day event monitor. Read more...

I'm laying bed watching tv I'm a 27 year old male I don't work out nor eat very well my heart rate is running anywhere from 55-63?

And the question is? You've not asked a question though you made the sentence appear to be an interrogatory. Got 3 things to say. 1-You SHOULD be exercising cuz you're LIKELY able to- don't let your opportunity slip away. 2-Eating well's been shown to lower risks for diseases & add years to your life. 3-Heart rate's fine for age, activity level, & laying in bed. More questions? www.healthtap.com/dr-drsaghafi. Read more...

I am a 14 year old girl that does a lot of long distance running. Is a resting heart rate of 42-48 bpm too slow?

Probably not. It sounds as if you are very athletic! Teens with a good exercise tolerance often have low resting heart rates. As long as you are not dizzy, excessively tired, or feeling a lot of heart skipping it's probably normal for you. Stay running! Read more...
Bradycardia . It is slow but seen commonly in people who are involved in sports , as long as it dies not lead to any symptoms, it does not require intervention if it is only sinus bradycardia ... Read more...

I am a female. 49 years old. Been running the last 4 months. Started doing 2/1 intervals. Run in zone 2 minutes walk 1 minute and on for 30 minutes. At the end I ran hard and my chest began to tighten. Heart rate was 166. When I stopped it went away. Ran

Hmmm. Not knowing anything more bout you, is hard to be specific. Assuming you r a healthy 49 y/o woman on no meds for chronic diseases, non smoker, no family hx of premature heart disease, it is unlikely that this represents heart disease, BUT, w/ a symptom of chest tightness, at this high high rate u shud see your doc to be evaluated, & have a regular stress test pushing to u to your max heart rate. Read more...
Likely odd. If only one time , then probably an oddity. You should be watching your heart rate monitor. Be sure you are properly recovered each set. Should only do these 1 x week. Mix easy distance in with the week's plan. What is the goal and your background ? may ask running club for advice, or coach. Good luck. (USAT Level I certified coach) Read more...
See your PCP. Your physician can help you identify the cause of any chest pain. If you have pain or discomfort in your chest, neck, jaw or arms during physical activity, see your PCP. Read more...

I do light exercises like running 4.0 mph on the treadmill and my heart rate is always in 190-200, why? . .. I am 19 years old

Many possible causes. Most common reason is being out of shape. When body isn't accustomed to activity, it struggles to keep up. Persistent &gradual increase in activity results in better conditioning &slower heart rate. Other causes are caffeine &other stimulants, dehydration, hyperactive thyroid, abnormal heart rhythms, &dysautonomia. These usually cause higher than normal heart rate at rest too. Talk to your doctor. Read more...