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What is a healthy heart rate while exercising? Mine reaches between 174 and 195.

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Dr. Dustin Colegrove
Internal Medicine
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In brief: May want to ease up

a little bit. 100-170 beats per minute is approximately 50-85% of your maximal heart rate (known as target heart rate).
Your maximum heart rate is calculated by 220 minus your age which it looks like you are close to reaching when you are exercising which means you are probably pushing a little too hard.

In brief: May want to ease up

a little bit. 100-170 beats per minute is approximately 50-85% of your maximal heart rate (known as target heart rate).
Your maximum heart rate is calculated by 220 minus your age which it looks like you are close to reaching when you are exercising which means you are probably pushing a little too hard.
Dr. Dustin Colegrove
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Dr. David Shenouda
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Exercising pulse

Target heart rates during exercise varies based on age.
Your heart rate is fine for your age (18). Keep exercising ;).

In brief: Exercising pulse

Target heart rates during exercise varies based on age.
Your heart rate is fine for your age (18). Keep exercising ;).
Dr. David Shenouda
Dr. David Shenouda
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