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Date Posted: 20:04:23 06/17/03 Tue
Author: Sherri
Subject: Re: What percentage should I be at when i take my pulse when exercising?
In reply to: Coli 's message, "Re: What percentage should I be at when i take my pulse when exercising?" on 15:43:51 06/17/03 Tue

Yes, I think I do get it now. I found a resting heart rate calculator online and will figure it out tomorrow before I get out of bed. Thanks!!

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