What a High Resting Heart Rate Could Be Telling You About Your Training
Runner’s World discusses how resting heart rate (RHR) can be a meaningful metric for runners to track for both training and overall health, and includes insight from Pamela Geisel, MS, CSCS, TPI, RRCA Coach, exercise physiologist at HSS.
Geisel explained, “RHR is considered an indicator of overcall cardiovascular fitness or how efficiently you are able to meet your body’s oxygen demands. A lower RHR has been correlated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and other illnesses.”
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