heart rate recovery


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heart rate recovery

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HRR

The decrease in heart rate that occurs one minute after maximal exercise. Normal people decrease their heart rates by at least 12 beats per minute (bpm) a minute after stopping maximal exercise. People whose heart rate does not decrease by 12 bpm have an increased risk of cardiac-related death.
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2012) A systematic review on heart rate recovery to monitor changes in training status in athletes.
Finally, to accurately monitor changes in training load and heart rate recovery of the players during the 23-day training camp, the HIMS test was implemented as it is easy to administer, noninvasive and sensitive to change.
Heart rate recovery after exercise and neural regulation of heart rate variability in 30-40 year old female marathon runners.
Thus, it seems likely that the delayed heart rate recovery and lower HRV time-domain indices, observed in the current study, after 60 minutes of recovery from ultra-endurance moderate exercise combined with complete sleep deprivation may reflect sympatho-vagal imbalance at the sinoatrial level resulting from reduced parasympathetic cardiac modulation and/or sustained sympathetic modulation of heart rate during recovery.
Heart rate recovery after constant-load exercise tests is decreased in proportion to the importance (severity and diffusion) of exercise-induced lower-limb ischaemia.
Effect of combined dynamic and static workload on heart rate recovery cost.
Measured metrics during exercise include pulse oximetry, heart rate, blood pressure, and heart rate recovery.