|What's your highest recorded heart rate?||DWridesGT|
Jan 21, 2002 11:59 PM
|Just for fun.......... kinda like the "Max Speed" thread yesterday. What is the highest BMP you pushed your ticker too. Be Honest. I once reached 201 bpm at age 25 but now can only hit 191 bpm at age 32.|
|I still hit 200, and I'm 32. nm||FunkyMonkey|
Jan 22, 2002 12:35 AM
|217, age 21||CrazyMan|
Jan 22, 2002 12:55 AM
|i think i could go higher, though.
about 48 bpm resting heart rate, when i was training this summer.
now about 57 bpm..i've gotten very lazy.
|207, at age 41!!||supercorsa|
Jan 22, 2002 1:07 AM
|167 at age 62 nm||John-d|
Jan 22, 2002 1:33 AM
|re: What's your highest recorded heart rate?||mackgoo|
Jan 22, 2002 1:38 AM
|I hit 200. I regularly cruise at 160.|
|I'm 16 and hit around 210ish (nt)||JuniorRacerFL|
Jan 22, 2002 2:26 AM
|182 age 54 nm||Sharky|
Jan 22, 2002 4:06 AM
|195 on bike - 230+ in bed = 33 blissfull years :-0 nm||naff geezer|
Jan 22, 2002 4:48 AM
|re: What's your highest recorded heart rate?||McAndrus|
Jan 22, 2002 4:51 AM
|188 at 49|
|re: What's your highest recorded heart rate?||RayBan|
Jan 22, 2002 6:16 AM
|I hit 204 in a sprint at 32 yrs old. Haven't seen what it will do this year yet (35 years old).|
|174 at 57 yrs. old (nm)||Jon Billheimer|
Jan 22, 2002 6:26 AM
|188 at 43 ... but that was before the, well, you know. (nm)||Elefantino|
Jan 22, 2002 6:25 AM
|Current 200 @ 46 yrs old........||Len J|
Jan 22, 2002 6:36 AM
|Historical 225 @ 17 years old.
|192 Age 46 (nm)||DCP|
Jan 22, 2002 7:01 AM
|re: What's your highest recorded heart rate?||ebs|
Jan 22, 2002 7:34 AM
|195 at 40yo (210 at 19 ran x-country in college) resting is 39 (not a typo)|
|32ys 175 pounds rest 49 MxHr 190 (NM)||tempeteKerouak|
Jan 22, 2002 7:58 AM
|217 this year at 38 years||Tig|
Jan 22, 2002 8:05 AM
|No, it wasn't a glitch in the HR monitor, but during a sprint up a bridge and it stayed above 210 for about 15 seconds. Needless to say, it took about 15 minutes to recover enough to ride at a descent pace! I should be dead with a HR this high at 38, but remember I'm only 135 lbs. I've seen HR's above 210 many times over the years, and with different monitors. I only wish it was something useful that could aid my cycling. Instead, it's a big red flag that is followed by some very slow riding.
The highest ever was 228 about 10 years ago during a long track sprint. I don't know if it was a glitch since I couldn't look that long due to the extreme breathing and pain! I'm glad I kept my cycling journal from back then. The riding days of the past make for interesting reading when looked back upon.
|193 bpm, age 29. Resting about 49. nm||Bruno|
Jan 22, 2002 8:18 AM
|185. 43 y/o. LOWEST? EMT's got me at about||bill|
Jan 22, 2002 8:20 AM
|46 right before they took me to the hospital after I lost a fight with Percodan just after my hernia op a couple of weeks ago. 46 is about 10 bpm's below my lowest recorded just out of bed resting rate withOUT narcotics.|
|Oh, and, BTW, the highest was on supposedly-difficult-to-||bill|
Jan 23, 2002 7:13 AM
|get-a-real-workout rollers. I've hit over 180 on the bike, but the highest was on rollers.|
|re: What's your highest recorded heart rate?||Turtleherder|
Jan 22, 2002 8:37 AM
|202 bpm at age 39. Regularly see low 190's. Resting heart rate is 55.|
|203, chasing Lance Armstrong and Miguel Indurain. Really.||Greg Taylor|
Jan 22, 2002 8:49 AM
|I did the 2000 edition of the Ride for the Roses as part of the "Peloton Project." One of the perks was a "celebrity ride" with Lance and Miguel Indurain over a rolling 25 mile course. Anyway, we were pulling out of the parking lot when a young woman who was part of the group suffered a mechanical.... I figured that the ride was going to be an easy roll, so I stopped to help her (who says chivalry is dead!). Got her bike fixed after about 3-4 minutes, and then proceeded to chase.
Did I mention that it was windy? Yes, it was windy. I was also slightly hungover, and it was cold.
Anyway, I went into time-trial mode to catch the group, which I discovered was rolling along at a fair clip. I whupped myself silly, and saw 203 on the heartrate monitor. Then I saw God. Mercifully, I didn't see breakfast again. Ouch, that hurt.
Anyway, I caught the group at about 12 miles. Stuffing my lungs back into my chest, I recovered and started to enjoy the ride. I wanted to get a picture of Lance and Miguel, so I pulled my camera out of my pocket...and then dropped the damn thing. Off the back again...chasing up hill and into the wind. Saw over 200 BPM that time...
|re: What's your highest recorded heart rate?||Troyboy|
Jan 22, 2002 10:05 AM
|193 at a recent stress test. 34 years old, male.|
|Only 174, age 26, weigh 195, excellent condition||ashleyrenfroe|
Jan 22, 2002 11:08 AM
|I have no known heart condition, nothing to keep me from being my best except a few extra pounds around the middle. But the highest I have ever seen is 174. My resting HR, which to me is more important, is 47.|
|Hit 219 in a TT - can reach 202 consistently. 26 y-o guy.||jw25|
Jan 22, 2002 11:42 AM
|I was alone for most of the TT, and parallel a set of powerlines for about half the course, but I've ridden it many times without getting weird readings, so I can't prove it was wrong. |
During road races, and hard training, I can hit 202 bpm consistently, but it's painful, so I use 202 as my max.
My resting HR is around 60, but that's true resting - once I'm up for the day, it's more like 70-80.
|195 (according to the police reports) . . .||morrison|
Jan 22, 2002 2:43 PM
|sitting in the open door of a VW bus w/ a pocket full of speed sewn onto the finest looking pair of bell bottom jeans you ever saw.
Thank God the 70's are over.
|LOL!!! now all we have is starbucks - doesn't compare nm||naff geezer|
Jan 23, 2002 1:42 AM
|199 IN TT, REST 42, 21YR OLD||Daniel H.|
Jan 22, 2002 7:49 PM
|203 max, got 35 resting once (nm)||tacoShoppe|
Jan 22, 2002 11:47 PM
|dehydration and hospitalization||wspokes|
Jan 23, 2002 4:34 AM
|I dehydrated in a race in 97, I kept racing and was delirious, dizzy, and very sick. I saw 225-235 on my monitor and when complete, 237max. I finished (85miles, 90 degree weather) and drove home skipping the next days final crit...I checked into the local hospital for dehydration, my electrolytes were so out of whack I had uncontrolled atrial fib, and a slew of other related problems. Drink, drink, and drink...even if you do drink...if you feel real bad..STOP. if you see these numbers. STOP. I dropped my USCF status that year and have rode for the fun of it ever since!|| |