recovery heart rate

recovery heart rate

The heart rate measured at a fixed (”reference”) period—usually for one minute—after ending intense exercise. As a rule, the greater the drop in heart rate after exercise during the reference period, the better the shape the heart is in. Heart rates that drop by 12 bpm or less one minute after ending exercise have an increased risk of death.
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c) Recovery heart rate after exercise with natural watermelon or L-citrulline enriched watermelon juice was significantly reduced compared to placebo;
Timex Personal Trainers (TM) HRM's features an analog transmission sensor compatible with heart-rate enabled fitness equipment, a recovery heart rate timer as well as one custom target zone with alerts and heart rate in BPM.
Within five seconds of the completion of the test, a skin palpitated recovery heart rate was taken at the radial artery for one minute.
Therefore, they should have exhibited a reduction in recovery heart rate (greater increase in cardiovascular fitness).
In addition, the heart rate monitor provides specific feedback about the principles of exercise such as resting heart rate, exercise heart rate, recovery heart rate, and target heart rate zone.
This is your Tecumseh 30-second recovery heart rate.
Then, to determine whether the aerobic phase was beyond your physical capacity, check your recovery heart rate by [taking your pulse].
Display of the user's recovery heart rate after exercise, indicating fitness level
Exercise heart rate tells how hard you are exercising, however, resting heart rate and recovery heart rate are better indicators of a person's health and fitness," according to Reents, who is a former health care professional.
Recovery heart rate -- how long it takes for your heart rate to return to normal after you stop exercising -- is also an indication of your cardiovascular fitness.
Recovery heart rates and blood pressure levels were compared between depressed and non-depressed individuals.
Analysis revealed no significant difference between the ginseng and placebo study groups in terms of peak anaerobic power output, mean anaerobic power output, rate of fatigue, and immediate post-exercise recovery heart rates.
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