View Poll Results: What is your resting heart rate?

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    2 1.71%
  • 37-42

    4 3.42%
  • 43-48

    18 15.38%
  • 49-54

    22 18.80%
  • 55-60

    33 28.21%
  • 61-66

    18 15.38%
  • 67-72

    9 7.69%
  • 73-78

    6 5.13%
  • 79-84

    1 0.85%
  • 85+

    4 3.42%
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    Mine is typically mid-forties but it has been pretty low since I've been measuring it, which is about ten years since I started at a gym. In that time I've quit smoking, cleaned up my diet and reduced alcohol as well as being fairly fit now - HR has hardly changed though.

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    Awww...crap. How come I'm the only loser with a super high resting heart rate? It was 95 yesterday at my doctors appointment.
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    Upper 40's today after two cups of black coffee and my morning reaming from the customer conference call at work.

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    Zombie thread!! :-D

    Just resurrecting this cos my resting rate was 52 this morning, which is the lowest it's been in years. Now I just need to improve my recovery rate. When I was a cross country runner many years ago it would drop from 140's to 60's in the space of a couple of minutes. Nowhere near that good anymore :-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misabi View Post
    Just resurrecting this cos my resting rate was 52 this morning, which is the lowest it's been in years.
    Mine was in the low 60ies at the beginning of March. It's low 40ies nowadays after losing weight (50lbs this morning) and doing HIT rowing twice or three times a week.
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    Just out of curisosity I took mine now sat on the floor, it was 46, lower than I expected
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    I've had as low as 42 bpm in the past at night while lying in bed. Typically I am in the low 50s unless I am stressed. Doctor's office measurements are between 55-60 but I voted for the rate at home in bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misabi View Post
    Zombie thread!! :-D

    Just resurrecting this cos my resting rate was 52 this morning, which is the lowest it's been in years. Now I just need to improve my recovery rate. When I was a cross country runner many years ago it would drop from 140's to 60's in the space of a couple of minutes. Nowhere near that good anymore :-(
    My heart rate increases quickly but recovers quickly. They tell me that is good?

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