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Bradycardia (low resting HR)

My resting HR drops to 35-40 sometimes (66 years young) and I have some of the minor symptoms of Bradycardia. I have seen my primary care doc and had an EKG. The EKG was reviewed by a Cardiologist and based upon my history and physical condition it was determined this was something to watch but not be alarmed about. I have been searching for training plans/changes that reduce the risk of my Bradycardia symptoms worsening and havenít found anything. I have no problems with raising and lowering my heart rate during exercise/cycling and donít have any Afib symptoms.

Are there any exercise science based recommendations for training with Bradycardia?
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