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- Take your pulse ten seconds immediately after you have finished exercising. Write down the number.
- One minute later, take your pulse again and write it down.
Subtract the number for the second pulse check from the number for the first pulse check. This number is your Recovery Heart Rate. The greater the number, the better shape you are in!
By the way, I am older than you, and get my heart rate up regularly to over 160 bpm!
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