Heart rate while working out

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Avatar f tn list=PL9FxWnfq1Oyo9pHHUPHeQne4iqoZ4zTN_ Figure your heart rate by this formula The Karvonen Formula is a mathematical formula that helps you determine your target heart rate zone. The formula involves using your maximum heart rate (MHR) minus your age to come up with a target heart rate range (which is a percentage of your MHR). Staying within this range will help you work most effectively during your cardio workouts.
Avatar f tn re on the subject of exercising, is everyone really trying to monitor their heart rate while exercising (keep it under 140?) I've read mixed stuff on the importance of sticking to this particular number. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? It's all so confusing!
Avatar f tn Don't know about the shakes but its okay to work out while pregnant just dont over do it. It actually good for you and baby!
1648524 tn?1302723938 Yes, as long as it's not strenuous and you keep you don't let your heart rate get too high. Don't do any heavy lifting either but cardio is great!!
Avatar m tn The doctor put me on propanalol 80mg a day, which for the first week really helped, however i noticed my resting heart rate had gone from around 72 bpm to 57bpm, and while working out it has gone from 158bpm to no more than 126bmp I realise that beta blockers are meant to slow the heart rate down, so do i accept the new heart rate, or train harder in order to raise it back to 158+ i have tried a little but i feel im pushing myself too much, also this past week (the 3rd week of taking them) i hav
Avatar m tn I don't know about a silent heart attack or if I had one. I found out about my condition when I got hurt at work. I cut off the finger tip in my right index finger and while I was in surgery the say that my heart started to act up. I can't remember if my heart rate went up or down. The doctors said that in a way I was lucky to have had the accident because there was a chance that I could of just drop dead with out catching this earlier.
559862 tn?1311516637 Were any of you ladies working out rigorously prior to becoming pregnant and how long did you continue working out??? I also lift weights about once a week and wondered if anyone on here has had experience with lifting while pregnant. From what I've found (of course always ask your doc) that you can continue lifting just not your max and as you get farther in your pregnancy cut the weight in half?!?! Thanks in advance for any replies! p.s.
Avatar n tn My doc told me it was OK to do cardio workoutsas long as my heart rate didn't go over 140.
Avatar f tn Anyone still working out while pregnant? Prior to this I was used to doing intense spin classes 3+ times a week....I haven't worked out since finding out I'm pregnant (5 weeks) but the doctor said it's ok. I'm nervous about doing it....anyone else in the same boat? I'm typing this as I'm waiting do my spin class to start...
Avatar f tn I ised to be a runner. It's been years since I've been dedicated to running and now that I am 23 weeks along, I don't think I need to try to test my old skills. But I would like to have. Work out regime. I'm gaining more weight that I want to with this pregnancy and selective eating habits alone aren't cutting it. I tried yoga. Too uncomfortable. I tried squats and I couldn't walk for a week. I walk 5 days a week for 30 minutes a day & it's not enough...
Avatar f tn I heard it can stress the baby but dont know for sure
Avatar m tn m curious is that people that have demand pacemakers will have their heart rate maintained at a certain point if their heart rate drops too low. Taking too much of a Beta Blocker can drop your heart rate, with a demand pacemaker, it would be assured to be maintained at a certain rate. Also, your doctor may have choosen your dosage based on your conditions, not simply rate control, I would discuss this with your doctor.
1701959 tn?1488551541 Hi All! I am super aware of my heart rate and now being 32 weeks I have found that it jumps around a lot! I am super active, still working out 6 days a week. Typically my resting HR is around 55 but now since prego I sit around 65 while sleeping and mid 75s while at my desk. I will though however sometimes notice its anywhere from 80-90 BPM without doing anything! Then if I get up just to use the rest room it will be 110 or so. Weird!
Avatar f tn Sock poi are pretty inexpensive (you can even make them yourself) and just standing and practicing spins will get your heart rate going in a short amount of time, and there are ton of moves you can do with them so boredom isn't much of an issue.
Avatar m tn I understand Sinus Tachycardia is a benign condition, but does it become more dangerous if I am working out, because my heart rate is already high in the first place, and then I experience hyperventilation on top of it AND then sinus tach. It feels like these three together are the recipe for an abnormally high heart rate.
Avatar m tn then I will stand up wait like a minute or two it jump up to 90-100 my job is kind of physical I took my heart rate throughout the day while I was working it was 100-125. right when I sit down it drops right into the 80-90. Now it's top when I'm sitting down or rested my heart rate is in the 50-60. And I when I stand up its in the 70-80 while I'm working throughout the day it's in the 70-90.
601871 tn?1219888995 So I was working out with a friend and he noticed that my heart rate was a lot higher than his (we were wearing monitors). I hadn't ever really noticed my high rate since I usually don't work out with other people, but the difference was ridiculous--mine was 170 and his was 120. I'm not out of shape and I'm an 18 yo male, I run everyday.
Avatar f tn I find myself working out in the afternoon when I get off work. I have tried working out in the morning but find myself very tired and exhausted half way through the work day, especially since I'm not getting a good nights rest due to my darling son. Is the afternoon still an ideal time to be working out? Will it still help me to achieve my weight loss goals just as fast if I'm not working out in the morning?
Avatar f tn Intense headaches start as my heart rate rises. Doesn’t even have to be while working out even if I’m in a rush and get my heart pumping the head ache will return. It’s extremely painful and makes me nauseas and scared that I will pass out. The pain is sharp and located in my left temple. It pulses with every beat of my heart.