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Old 11-09-2014, 12:51 PM
ChimaeraZone ChimaeraZone is offline
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Default What is estimated heart rate after doing these things?

A bit off topic, I know, however....

I am creating a graph for heart rates, and I decided the best place to ask people is the internet! I would like to know, what your estimated (or if you know what it is) heart rate is while laying, standing, medium paced walk, killers (suicides), jump rope, jogging, push ups, and a sprint.

To find your heart rate, count your pulse for 15 seconds then multiply that number by 4.

Any data will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 11-09-2014, 12:54 PM
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killers (suicides).
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just after walking up steps mine is 74 BPM
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Old 11-09-2014, 12:55 PM
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Wait what?
run 10 yards run back run 20 yards run back run 30 yards run back ect ect
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run 10 yards run back run 20 yards run back run 30 yards run back ect ect
Back and forths? That's what we called them in high school. lol.
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Old 11-09-2014, 12:57 PM
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Back and forths? That's what we called them in high school. lol.
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Sounds like your highschool was gay
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oh i hated suicide day in gym class
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Old 11-09-2014, 01:08 PM
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just after walking up steps mine is 74 BPM
Thanks, i'll throw that down under something.

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oh i hated suicide day in gym class
During football practice a few years ago I had to run suicides for the entire two hours; that sucked.
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Old 11-09-2014, 01:09 PM
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Sounds like your highschool was gay
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Old 11-09-2014, 05:40 PM
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During football practice a few years ago I had to run suicides for the entire two hours; that sucked.
We ran suicides after every football practice. And on top of that, being a running back, all the running backs had to run the gauntlet. The gauntlet was when the rest of the team lined up on 2 sides, running backs would get the hand off and run through while the team hit you and tried to strip the ball. We had to do it 5 times from each side, hand offs from the left and right sides. And if you fumbled or fell down, you had to start all over again.
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We ran suicides after every football practice. And on top of that, being a running back, all the running backs had to run the gauntlet. The gauntlet was when the rest of the team lined up on 2 sides, running backs would get the hand off and run through while the team hit you and tried to strip the ball. We had to do it 5 times from each side, hand offs from the left and right sides. And if you fumbled or fell down, you had to start all over again.
I loved the gauntlet, haha, but that's because I was on the line. I missed a practice once because I was on vacation, I came back the next day and the line got yelled at the day that I missed so for this practice we had to run from our football field to the other end of town until practice was over, that was real fun.
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Old 11-23-2014, 07:10 PM
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At rest, 60. Jogging, 90. Hard workout(aka wrestling practice), 150ish. Hope this helps you out a little. I'm 16 though.
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Old 11-23-2014, 08:24 PM
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Normal sinus rhythm (ie, heartbeat) varies from person to person, and can vary daily. What's right for you may be wrong for me. Do you have bradycardia? Tachycardia? Neither? If yes, is it your normal state? Are you on medications such as Beta-blockers? Do you have diabetes? Thyroid disease? Athlete? Sedentary? All of these are factors.

See http://lifeinthefastlane.com/ecg-lib...-sinus-rhythm/

Under 60 is considered average. In hospital, resting heart rate under 50 will set off an alarm (damn buzzers!). Resting at 40 bpm is normal for some athletes. Under 40 bpm is not unusual with beta-blocker meds.

http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Gettin...41_Article.jsp

Chart yourself. We're all different.
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