heatbeat per minute

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  1. Joey Sangfroid

    Joey Sangfroid Purple Belt

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    so i went to the doc today and he was blown away by my heartbeat at 47 beats per minute. said i must be a super athelte. i hear the norm for one is 40-60 per minute. curious to know what yours is.
     
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    ronin0352 Lift, Eat, Sleep, Repeat

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  3. Joey Sangfroid

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    :redface:
     
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    From that thread:
    "I once read that George W. Bush's resting heart rate was 43, which is amazing for a 50+ year old."

    Lies! Propaganda! We all know he is devoid of a heart.

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  5. rEdShawks

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    i got around a 60, but it was when i was donating blood and done by hand by one of the people checking to see if i can give
     
  6. Ian Coe

    Ian Coe Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    what are you chatting about

    47 isn't super athlete

    Mid-high 30's is super duper
     
  7. Poseidon

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    HR can be largely genetic also, hence Bush's reading, and taking reading's in places where your resting HR is not going to be where it should be for a true reading. Take it lying in your bed at night or in the morning.
     
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    Currently my RHR is 52 BPM, and I am 47 years old.

    I am no "Super Athlete".
     
  9. One Ugly Ear

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    Neither is a super athlete. Both are great resting heart rates. Regardless of what anyone says, a 47 resting HR is pretty unusual. The norm isn't 40-60....the norm is 60-80.
     
  10. Todd Gack

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    Correct.
     
  11. vince89

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    Mine is 60 atm.
     
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    your an idiot.
     
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    so what does that make my 60 HR?
     
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    not sure who this is directed to, but i second it
     

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