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We are starting some training using a HR monitor. I was told to take resting HR before I got out of bed for 5 straight days. The funny thing is on a few of those days I woke up to the alarm with that frenzied reaction. I think my heart rate shot up from the damn alarm.
I had these numbers. 55-46-48-56-50. I entered 49 on the form.
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You may also want to measure your recovery heart rate, basically a measure of how quickly your HR drops after exercise.
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Resting heart rate down to 51bmp. 6 weeks ago it was 60 bmp.
Not suprising - looks like you had a significant mileage increase since the first of the year. Good job!!
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