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What is yours? I just checked and mine is down to 48 bpm. When I started out in 4/02, it was around 62. The lowest I have ever had was a 41 when I was a senior in HS. The nurse had freaked out a little. 8O

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When I checked it during the Maintain Campaign it was 48 but that was after walking around the grocery store. Seems a little low after being active.

A little over a year ago when I first got my HRM, it was 52 first thing in the morning.
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40 normallly.

I have gotten it down to 36.
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omega --->:duh: <---rtpd "Hey! Are you breathing in there?!"
Holy heartbeat Batman! That's low! Mine's down around 47.
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You better not eat any pretzels unsupervised!
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Right now its around 45. Lowest measured was 38.

BP yesterday was 90/60.
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Right now its around 45. Lowest measured was 38. BP yesterday was 90/60.
Same goes for you! omega --->:duh:<---Cappy
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I have to sign a waiver that I am athletic when I give blood because I always measure so low that normallly they wont take my blood.
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depends on how much I'm running...If I'm running a lot it will be in the low to mid-40s (i.e. 42-44)...when not running so much it will range from about 46-52... I don't ever recall a reading below 42 however...

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For some reason I've always had a high resting HR. Unbelieveably low BP (80/43), but a high HR. :shrug:
Right now it's in the 58 bpm range.
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Mine is about 50bpm.

Women have a higher resting heart beat than men - typcially 10-15 bpm. Also a warmer climate = higher resting heart beat.
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Yeah, but even when I lived in the frigid north (Brookings, South Dakota) it was still higher than what I thought it "should" be. I've always blamed it on my asthma, having to work to breathe both in and out. But I've not gotten any validation on that point.
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