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Standing HRV results

I kept receiving error messages when measuring HRV from both supine and sitting positions, so I now take all measurements standing, and it works every time.  My HRV was showing 100-110 very consistently, and I didn't seem to have any low-readiness days.  Now that I have started taking these measurements standing, my HRV is in the 60s and 70s almost exclusively, and I receive low readiness a couple of times a week.

It seems that the pattern of fatigue goes in three-day cycles, where I will have a decently tough workout on day 1, receive an amber reading on day 2 (at which point I complete a moderate workout), and then a red reading on day 3.  Is this relatively normal?

I practice weightlifting and wrestling 5 or 6 days a week, and compete internationally in wrestling (just a little background into the nature of my training).

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