Sitting/Resting Heart Rate
Sitting (NOT Resting) - there is a difference - Heart Rate for 50+'rs
Sitting Heart Rate:
Since very few folks measure or care to measure their "resting heart rate" lets find out what some of our sitting heart rates are.
For this survey, let's define "Sitting Heart Rate" as heart rate just sitting and doing nothing.
This is an anonymous poll.
Also, if you know, what is your blood pressure at the same time? PLease tell us below about your BP/Sitting Heart Rate. Also, if you happen to know your resting heart rate, please share.
Resting Heart Rate:
What is resting heart rate?
This is a person's heart rate at rest. The best time to find out your resting heart rate is in the morning, after a good night's sleep, and before you get out of bed.
The heart beats about 60 to 80 times a minute when we're at rest. Resting heart rate usually rises with age, and it's generally lower in physically fit people. Resting heart rate is used to determine one's training target heart rate. Athletes sometimes measure their resting heart rate as one way to find out if they're overtrained. The heart rate adapts to changes in the body's need for oxygen, such as during exercise or sleep.