Most Recent Messages in Exercise & Sports
I got PM 2 weeks ago. I am going to prepare a metallic shield which protcts the PM against pressure and hits in bjj. Has anybody used such before?
Pacemaker assurity mri model2272 installed on June 10th after a cardiac ablation on 85 yr old male.. My problem is trying to understand why the pacemaker, set at 80bpm doesn't keep my heart rate at that pace after I exercise and my heart rate falls to the 50's and stays there. I still have PVC's a after having the ablation. need someone to tell me what is going on?
Thank you from an old marine
Hi all. I am a 63 year old woman 2 years in with my pacer and all is great and I hike, bike, gym workouts, etc. But until now I haven't been swimming. First of all I'm in Pittsburgh and outdoor swimming is best in the summer and no indoor pools close by, secondly it was suggested that some strokes should not be considered due to pull on and potential breaking of the leads. It was stated that particularly breast and butterfly strokes could be harmful but freesty...
My daughter had her pacemaker put in August 22, 2018.
She would like to do ACRO... to complement her dancing. Looking for experiences?
I had my pacemaker fitted at the beginning of April I’m was normally quite active beforehand & have started running again which has been fine. I really want to go rock climbing & was wondering if this is something that i can do as involves a lot of arm movement obviously & i don’t want to damage anything.
My cardiologist just approved to increase my max HR from 130 to 150 so I could exercise at a higher level. Before they set it my HR monitor while i worked out would show 125 max and I'd be hitting a wall. Last week they set it to 150 and I've been to the gym 4x since and my HR still shows me hovering at 125. Should I let my doctor know that their change did nothing or does my pacemaker and heart have to adjust? Anyone have advice on this? thanks!
I have a one lead pacemaker for afib and AV node ablation. I am 100% paced. I was wondering if could use the Garmin watch to check heart rate when I exercise. Does anyone know if the watch will interfere with my pacemaker?
Thank you again for the great information Ar-vin. I hope you see this message. I’m not certain if the only way we can comment on info given is by PM? It was reassuring to hear your experience. I’m probably much older than you but I feel even if it takes me longer than 6 weeks to get back to pre pm exercise, at least I will be able to do it. You’re note was very encouraging in a week where I’ve been discouraged. Muchísimas gracias!
I will receive a pacemaker in July for sick sinus syndrome. I swim daily and wonder how long it will be until I can get back in the pool after pm.
i also do HIIT high intensity interval training both in the pool and while walking. Does anyone have any info on whether this can be continued after pm?
I’m 72 this month and have always been really active. I still care for 2 horses and ride. My doctor told me not to stop what I’m doing now but will I have to stop afte...
i know there is a lot of posts on this topic already on here, with very reassuring answers. I was fitted with my device 7 years ago at the age of 40, in sunny Spain. I have weight trained and exercised for the last 25 years so I was devestated when the doctor told me I could no longer do weights. His reason was the constant repetitions would damage the cables. At first he was non negotiable however after a year he said I could do some curls. Fortunately I found this...
Looking for someone who may be in my situation or experience.
I"m 52 years old....I've always had a heart rate in 50's with no issues, felt great... but now bottoming out in low 40's for some reason. Throughout my years, I've worked out, cross fit, running 10K's, 5 K's......never had issues until last month with getting fatigue with routine activities. Had a heart cath......all is well other than low heart rate and subsequent fatigue. &...
Hello guys...I am a newbie and a (rather) sprightly 81 yr old and I have a peculiar question for all good enough to answer.
I had a PM installed some 8 weeks ago and so far so good. Now the question: is it allright to split wood for your chimney? I play golf with no problem.
Well, I am happy to be with you all
I am new to this excellent and very informative forum and would apprciate any help that is available. I am 60 years old and received my pacemaker roughly 8 weeks ago after having an ablation which went south and caused me to have bradycardia. Prior to that I was extremely active on a daily basis, doing a wide variety of sports and exercises such as crossfit. While I'm certain I will have more issues to deal with in the future, presently I would like to know if there are exercises which I...
I cycle raced from 10 to my early 60s with some wins and many races that I have learned made life worth living. In 2005 I had a dual chamber Medtronic inserted and continued to cycle with others. This pacemaker was replaced in 2012 with a dual chamber Boston Scientific. This developed 'noises' in the summer of 2015 and my EF had droped below 35 which qualified me for a CRT . By 'lucky dip' I got a Boston Scientific CRT-D. This was when my exercise toler...
Have had pacemaker for 7 weeks. Can I do garden digging, shoveling gravel, chainsaw work?
I turned 70 in March, had a PM implanted in December. I have SSS, junctional Bradycardia, almost exclusively atrial pacing.
My brother died from a rupture aorta in June 17. Having checkups related to his condition ultimately led to my diagnosis, with poor exercise performance being my chief complaint. As far as I knew, the electrical and plumbing problems may not be related, but who knows.
It turns out that my aorta is larger than "normal" , 4cm,...
I have a Pacemaker-ICD implanted and for the second time in 3 months I received a call from the Nurse that my report showed that I had a rapid heart rate but it was paced out.
Both times it paced out I knew I was either running on a treadmill or doing heavy outdoor work (sawing and taking down branches).
Should I stop all strenuous activities or just live with the fact that if I do exert myself, I would get paced out. I would hate to just sit around and try not to in...
Was an interesting week, last Monday I fainted while on the treadmill, passed out for less the a minute. Wife took me to the ER as I had CABGx4 last year and was never a fainter.
They did some test, the usual stuff.
On Tuesday the Dr. was thinking an elecrical issue as my bypass was just over a year old, as well as I am a runner and had just completed half marathon 3 weeks ago.
So he sent me for a stress test, this is where th...
Aujourd'hui ca fait 5 semaines que je duis sorti de l'hôpital.
Ce matin j'ai pu faire quelques coups de golf au sandwedge entre 10 et 30 mètres.
Et un peu de putting .
Je connecte bien mes bras à mon torse afin d'éviter de lever le bras au dessus de l'épaule.
La semaine prochaine je vais passer aux fers longs et peut être au...
First post from a newbie so please be gentle on me, lol.
I have been a distance runner for last 12+ years and ran 10+ marathons and numerous half marathons.
Couple of years ago I was diagnosed with CHD and had 3 stents implanted. Subsequently suffered a silent HA which left scarring consequently developed Arrythmia. Couple of months ago during my usual 10K run I suffered syncope out of nowhere and ended up face down first, got some facial scarin...