Coopers test. Odd or common results?

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  1. MMouse Brown Belt

    MMouse
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    Had a deload week the previous week.

    took my measurements yesterday

    RHR: 46-51bpm
    12 minute cooper test (bag work/muay thai)

    RPE 8-9 (I went as hard as I can sustain)
    Average heart rate 170bpm
    Maximum heart rate 181bpm
    Heart rate recovery 150bpm within 1 minute
    Heart rate recovery 130bpm within 2 minutes

    What suprised me is that my RHR is pretty low but my HRR is not as well as I want it to be. Does this mean more liss (steady state)?
     
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    Do you get similar results from doing the cooper's test running?
     
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    What are you doing while recovering?

    More importantly, it's inappropriate to compare running vs bagwork for testing.

    Edit: was your maxHR at the very end of the test?
     
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