I when I get higher readings it has been generally a result of some hard training where my sympathetic nervous systems is kicking in.
I think there was something about this in the book - if you bought that. I would suggest getting a baseline of HRV data when you are not training twice a day so that you can see what "normal" is for you. Then when you train you will see the variation between days which is really the key to using this tool I find.
I have just over a month of data now and been pretty bang on with changes in fatigue.
Good info, as I'm in the same boat.
Started doing readings seated. Now ranging from 80-86, resting HR between 50-60 This is more in line with what I expected since when I was coming off an injury that sidelined me for about 7 weeks. Thanks again!
My HRV reading has been between 92-101 over the first 3 days I've been using it. Resting Heart Rate while laying down is between 46-51.
Train Regularly sometimes 2x a day.
Is this Normal??? Other people I know using it are having levels in the 70's and 80's