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Old 07-24-20, 03:11 PM
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If you are able to do things you want to do at the level you want to do them, then having a lower HR is a good sign. It means you are able to pump enough blood without your heart having to max itself out. If you max out your HR, then that becomes a limit for your performance. Right now, other things might be limiting you, assuming there isn't a cardio reason.
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