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    Re: Resting HR

    As long as its not zero I am not worried
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    Re: Resting HR

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf View Post
    As long as its not zero I am not worried
    That's the way i look at it Alf
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    Re: Resting HR

    Quote Originally Posted by merrylegs View Post
    Them Blue cans must be very relaxing
    They cure everything.

    I think it should be a mandatory thing to carry.

    Anyone running with a slight injury or pain should have a couple before setting off. 3 if its a short race

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    Re: Resting HR

    Currently 60 sat chilling in front of TV after just waking, but not feeling 100%. Got a chesty coldy thing going on.

    Couple of years ago, had to have a pre-MdS medical, including an ECG. Ran to the doctor's (1.5mi) as I was a bit late and was called in straight away. Took my 'resting' HR at 54.
    "The best shield is to accept the pain, then what can really destroy me?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by southernsoftie View Post
    Currently 60 sat chilling in front of TV after just waking, but not feeling 100%. Got a chesty coldy thing going on.

    Couple of years ago, had to have a pre-MdS medical, including an ECG. Ran to the doctor's (1.5mi) as I was a bit late and was called in straight away. Took my 'resting' HR at 54.
    It always rises when your not well or you have been over-training.
    Thats one of the reasons for knowing your RHR.
    Get well soon and enjoy Christmas

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    Cheers Stagger. Not too bad though, don't feel sorry for me. Felt really rough after the XOTF run, but sweated most of it out on Sat/Sun night sleeps (nice). Will still be out tonight with Clayton...assuming I can make it across to Barley.
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    I recently had swine flu and during the days I was most sick my RHR was 115. A few weeks on and my RHR has still not recovered, still too high to consider resuming running.. very very furstrating.
    the code is more what you'd call "guidelines" than actual rules.......

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    Re: Resting HR

    A few years ago I worked in a recovery unit of a operating theatre.
    In quiet moments, my party trick was to attach myself to the monitoring equipment and 'think' my HR up to about 80BPM and then down the 45BPM.
    What I thought about to increase/decrease my HR should probably stay a secret.

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    Re: Resting HR

    Quote Originally Posted by Duff View Post
    A few years ago I worked in a recovery unit of a operating theatre.
    In quiet moments, my party trick was to attach myself to the monitoring equipment and 'think' my HR up to about 80BPM and then down the 45BPM.
    What I thought about to increase/decrease my HR should probably stay a secret.
    ha ha. I used to work in theatre too and there was a game we played which was very similar to that. It was basically used as a very unreliable lie detector. Very funny game as you were asked a succession of questions to determine your dodgy past or equally your squeaky clean outlook on life. The slightly more risky version of the game involved other tactics to try and raise the BP, but i won;t go into that either!
    the code is more what you'd call "guidelines" than actual rules.......

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    Mine at rest is roughly 45-50 bpm.

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