Firstly, I would like to inform you that your heart rate is completely normal. Also, when you exercise, it is a normal phenomenon that the heart rate raises. It is only after regular long sessions of exercising that the lower heart rate is seen, like in athletes or marathon runners. The normal heart rate is 60 to 100 beats per minute. So, do not worry and continue exercising as you do for about 30 to 40 minutes per day. You can run, sprint or jog and do anything you like. Regular exercising will help you maintain good overall health. It reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes mellitus.
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