What is my resting heart rate and how does it differ from my minimum heart rate?

Modified on Tue, 07 Dec 2021 at 03:17 PM

Your resting heart rate is calculated using a range of data points, spanning a range of different times and circumstances during a day, with the intention of indicating your heart rate under resting but wakeful conditions. In contrast, your minimum heart rate is just a once-off measurement of your lowest heart rate, intended—together with your maximum and resting heart rate—to indicate the total range of your heart rate over a given time period.  

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