According to the American Heart Association, a normal pulse rate after exercise is between 50 and 85 percent of the maximum heart rate at rest. Azcentral recognizes 60 to 85 percent of the maximum heart rate to be normal... More »

A normal resting rate for a healthy adult is between 60 and 100 beats per minute (bpm), according to the Mayo Clinic. Human heart rates vary enormously with age, general health and physical exertion. Children and babies ... More »

Engaging in more physically demanding exercise displays a positive correlation with pulse rate. High-intensity exercise causes the cardiopulmonary system to work harder, which increases the number of beats per minute. More »

The normal heart rate for a 70-year-old woman after moderate intensity exercise is between 75 and 105 beats per minute. The maximum heart rate for a 70-year-old woman is 150 beats per minute. More »

A resting pulse rate, or resting heart rate, refers to how many times per minute the heart beats while the body is at rest, according to the American Heart Association. The ideal time to capture a resting heart rate is b... More »

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A normal heart rate, or pulse, at rest is 60 to 100 beats per minute, according to the American Heart Association. People who are physically fit may have lower heart rates, while people who are very overweight or in poor... More »

A pulse rate chart, or target heart rate chart, is helpful to monitor exertion levels during exercise, states the American Heart Association. The information helps people determine if they are working out too hard or not... More »

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