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1/25/10 11:07 P

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You will find your true resting HR when you first wake up in the morning. Mine true resting is 69 but it dose not stay there too long.

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1/25/10 7:53 P

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Maybe one day!!! emoticon I have been exercizing for about 6 years. My problem is food. I love it!! emoticon Thank you for the info. I got a chance to try out my hrm at the gym today. I am learning about it.

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1/25/10 6:18 P

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In P.T. school we learned that 72-80 is average. Mine tends to be between 60 and 70. As was mentioned, the better trained athletes tend to have lower heart rates. Maybe you're a long distance runner but you just don't know it yet!

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1/25/10 11:43 A

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So it sounds like I have a good heart. Sweet!! emoticon Thank you!!

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1/25/10 11:31 A

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There's a wide range of "normal" heart rates...

"For an adult, a normal resting heart rate ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute (bpm). For a well-trained athlete, a normal resting heart rate may be as low as 40 to 60 bpm. In healthy adults, a lower heart rate at rest generally implies more efficient heart function and better cardiovascular fitness." mayoclinic.com

Although it does say to consult your doctor if it's consistently above 100 or below 60.

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1/25/10 10:34 A

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Mine is under 50. Is that normal. I felt fine about my heart till I got this thing. Maybe it is better I don't know!! We will see. emoticon

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