Generally speaking, an average resting heart rate ranges between 60 to 100 beats per minute (bpm). For athletes, that number can dip a tad lower, down into the 50s or even 40s. “When your heart beats faster or slower, it can be related to a number of different conditions,” says Dr. Jonathan Whiteson, Medical Director for the cardiac and pulmonary rehab program at NYU Langone Health. “Some are benign or others indicate something more serious. For instance, if someone jumps out from behind a bush, your heart rate would go up—that’s normal. When you’re sleeping your heart rate may go down to 55, and that's because you’re relaxed. That’s still normal.” When you exert yourself, your heart rate will rise. Generally, the formula to find your maximum heart rate during exercise would be subtracting your age from 220. So, for a 30-year-old man, his max heart rate would be 190.
You’ve probably seen a whole lot about desired heart rate zones for max calorie burn at the gym, yeah? Well, that heart rate zone is roughly 60 to 80 percent of that max number. Again with the 30-year-old, he’d be aiming to workout somewhere in the 114 to 152 bpm range. Credits askmen.com
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