Agent of CHAOS!
I had a physical this morning and mine was 48. It was in the 90s 15 months ago.
What is yours?
Run till your hat drips!
Joined the Sub-30 5K club on 3/23/13
Goal Race: Savannah RnR Half Marathon on 11/9/13
Mine was 55 2 weeks ago when I had my physical. It hit the mid 60's a few years ago after I had gained some weight but most of my adult life in the 50's.
That is a big drop! A few times I gave blood and it was at 50 which they considered borderline for donations.
High 40's, low 50's for me. It's a nice feeling to hear people comment on it, and when you tell them that you run, then they'll kinda say, well that explains it!
Nice job, Robert!
Mine was 42 the last time I gave blood. What a pain in the ass...the head nurse had to come over and ask me a bunch of questions about it, not to mention I got grilled about my cruise to Mexico and Belize.
I agree! This morning was the first time I've been able to do that and it felt GREAT. Made me proud of myself.
Hey, we are HR twins OP! I get 48 when just chilling on the sofa.
I never checked it resting before I started regular running though. I do know that I used to run an 11mm with a HR of 178(yeah, I stopped wearing my HR monitor because it kept telling me that I was gonna die) and I just recently started wearing it again, whereas I have to really pick the pace up to a sub 7mm to even see a 165.
It makes me smile.
Jess runs for bacon
I've always had a terribly high heart rate, in the 80s or 90s (80s if I was lucky). I'm happy to say now it's in the high 60s. I'm really, really really happy about that.
Only 5ks for a while!
45-ish. 55-ish at the doctors.
3/17 Shamrock Marathon
4/20 North Coast 24 Hour
7/27 Burning RIver 100M
8/24 Baker 50M
10/5 Oil Creek (distance to be determined)
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I have not checked in quite some time but I had measured it once in the low 40s.
I always find it funny how people try and tell you that running is bad and your heart has a maximum beats per your lifetime and why waste them running.
An unfit person with an 80 BPM average/day, their heart will beat 115,200 times per day.
A fit person with a 60 BPM average/day but works out for an hour a day at 150 BPM, their heart will beat 91,800 times per day. 23,400 times less per day. So just exactly who will die first then assuming you have a max beats per life?
The fit persons heart will beat 8.5 million times less per year.
My HR twin.
Um, I have no idea.
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mid 50's here.
Been stable at that the last few times I checked it.
Which is just high enough that it normally is 60 ish at a physical exam, so I don't get alarms set off.
5K 23:21* (Vdot 41.53) 10/13/12
10K 51:48 (Vdot 38.39) 7/15/12
HM 1:48:20 (Vdot 41.07) 11/10//12
FM 4:28:33 (Vdot 33.01) 11/12/11
*Gun time, all others are chip time
37 the last time I checked. Time to check it again. I do it about twice a year. I also check my blood pressure every morning and the monitor also shows heart rate. It generally shows ERR because it doesn't register anything below 40.
Sat here with a PulseOx, heart rate going from 52-56. Not bad, as I weigh 218 at 5'11". Running does a body good.
PR- A Run Through History 5K - May 5th 33:24
Next: Camellia Crossing 5K- November 27th.
Double Digit Runner
50 as I'm sitting at work. Usually in the low 40s. Once I had it measured at 38 about a year ago.
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