220 seems like a lot but i'm no expert
Depends on my mood and how well I slept/eaten before the gymmerson. Sometimes I'm having a comfy 120, sometimes 180. When I'm nervous I don't know but it skyrockets
Unfortunately, after the jab, my bpm is like 90 when resting...
Used to be like 65-70 while resting..
220 is very high, I suggest you should do cardio training on a (more) regular basis if you still have peaks like that
"gymrats come here" proceds to talk about cardio LUL
rn is about 65 to 80 (resting) and while running/walking fast maximum by my smartband (isnt very accurate) was 195, but generally was in the range of 170 to 180
My resting bpm is about 85 , idk about maximum
max i know was around 185 while biking a really big hill and giving it everything
55~60 in rest mode, probably reach the peak of 170~180 when I do some HIIT cardio less rest time between series.
How did you measure your heart rate? Most watches are not very reliable when measuring maximum heart rate. Try with HR chest strap.
let me tell you this
if you have walked past several cardio machines with heart rate measuring sensors you would notice that 200 is often the absolute peak covered in red colors
just start doing concept2 and you'd be in shape in 2 months
i've seen peaks of up to 200bpm in normal young patients undergoing stress tests. however, anything higher raises suspicions for arrhythmias. the easiest way for you to know if there's anything wrong with you is to go see a cardiologist and do a stress test (they make you run on a treadmill for like 15 mins).
if everything else is normal (blood pressure, resting heart rate, no chest pain, no fainting sensation, no palpitations) i wouldn't worry too much about it though. it would be possible for you to simply have better 'heart wires' than most people (your AV node has the ability to conduct more impulses per second under stress than normal) and that's absolutely fine. best of luck to you!
Ha! I think we might have found the next Usain Bolt of heart rates! If you ever get bored of working at a computer, you should totally audition for the next "The Fast and The Furious" movie. I'm pretty sure your heart rate could power an engine on its own.
Do people actually call themselves gymrats? Seems like the type of people to make gym their whole personality.
The 220 - age equation represents the mean of a bellcurve taken from a study of maximum heart rates in men.
The standard deviation from the mean is 10-15 beats, so theoretically 66% of the population will fall between ~205 and 235 as a maximal heart rate. So don't worry it is within normal limits.
lmfao, made my day
220 is fine if you're maxing out in the gym don't worry, 65 resting is also completely fine. When I go running mine goes up to 210-220 resting is 50-65.
My mother has a terrible heart condition to give you an idea of what an alarming heart rate looks like her heart rate will go to 180+ resting haha she's under medication now so don't worry about her. If you're interested her personal record is 280 bpm at the hospital dam doctors had a panic attack.
I have 500 bpm when jerking off, this is a problem you think?
When I was doing lunges with dumbbells my heart rate jumped to 200 and I instantly had dizziness and thought that I will pass out. I don't train at the gym anymore because I'm lazy.
i had like 200 bpm for 1-2 minutes when i did some ergo test
55-65 resting, 70-90 walking (but note that i usually walk very fast), 100-140 workout but without cardio, i do some outdoor running for like 4 km and sometimes for 5 - 8 (sadly can't really run more km because my lower back starts to hurt or sometimes my feet prob because of my flat feet) but i don't really do any sprinting. usually have 160-190 bpm from my smartband so not sure how accurate that is