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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Evangelos, Jan 7, 2006.

  1. Evangelos

    Evangelos Banned Banned

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    Yahh just how bad is that, just siting doing nothing its 80 beats per minute, during exercise its gets above 200 hell it used to get so fast i had trouble counting it, like in 240 area.

    So am i nearly fucked ?
     
  2. Evil Eye Gouger

    Evil Eye Gouger Gold Belt

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    You need to start exercising.
     
  3. Urban

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    You need to see a doctor. How are you checking your pulse? Carotid pulse by palpation? you could be reading it wrong.
     
  4. KOU In3

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    The last person I knew who thought he had the same problem was taking it from his heart and counting the Bah-Bump, Bah-Bump, Bah-Bump, as 1-2, 3-4, 5-6.

    Given that max heart rate is normally estimated by taking 220 minus your age you shouldn't be able to even achieve a 240 bpm heartrate.
     
  5. CowboyPete

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    See a doctor and hit the pool...
     
  6. Reakt

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    true 240 sounds a little far fectched, 200 isn't really beliveable, you mush be reading it wrong
     
  7. Evangelos

    Evangelos Banned Banned

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    I dont know i did me self its 80 doin nothing, a machine said its 78 so my way is rather close.
     
  8. mlbpaguy26

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    hmmm.... how much do you weigh?
     
  9. Evangelos

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    173-175, 5,11
     
  10. mlbpaguy26

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    yeah... well i dont konw what the hell to tell you then
     
  11. Evangelos

    Evangelos Banned Banned

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    Why would have it made a differance ?
     
  12. Foxx_MMA

    Foxx_MMA Green Belt

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    well if you weighed like 390 than it might make sense but your not morbidly obese do you do any exercise whatsoever even like 1x a week?
     
  13. Reakt

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    Normal values for resting heart rate:

    newborn infants; 100 to 160 beats per minute
    children 1 to 10 years; 70 to 120 beats per minute
    children over 10 and adults; 60 to 100 beats per minute
    well-trained athletes; 40 to 60 beats per minute

    personally mine hovers around 50-60, but im not sure if thats from years of drug abuse when i was younger or because im fit these days.
     
  14. Evangelos

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    7-10 hours a week, i gas bad usually but a moments rest iam fine.
     
  15. bdweezil6998

    bdweezil6998 Blue Belt

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    are you new to training? If so, then it'll probably slow as you get conditioned. If you've been training for a while...get your butt in to see your doctor!!
     
  16. daigolicious

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    maybe you should see a doctor man...
     
  17. Todd Gack

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    Weird. My max heart rate is 194 and I routinely hit a HR of 192 when I'm training.
     
  18. Ian Coe

    Ian Coe Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    My HR goes up pretty high, I've never really tested it per say, bit I can hear its pretty high (not overly quantitative argument granted).
    My resting's around the 45-50 mark though
     
  19. spanklock

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    u should see a doctor. i was thinking heart fibrillations but damn even your resting hr is way high. i doubt you should be doing intense excercise.
     
  20. Evangelos

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    ... if i drop i go swinging!!

    It cant be that bad!
     

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