Our expert says:
I don't know. What happens to it after that? It's not necessarily bad. A lot of people just have naturally high heart rates and they can easily train at 180 without any problem. In others, it's impossible to get the HR up, they have naturally low values.
So I don't know. The only way you'd know for sure is to have a stress ECG and test it properly. But if you're feeling OK, no breathing problems, and the HR stays constant thereafter, there's probably no problem. Always best to know for sure, though, and have it assessed fully.
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