Hi, I'm Holly Del Rosso and this is how does body weight effect heart rate after exercising. So some of you may know already that the more fit you are, the lower your resting heart rate is. So that means the less your heart has to work and it has to pump out blood and oxygen to be in that state. I want you guys to have the healthiest hearts possible. So I'm suggesting 20 to 30 minutes of mild to moderate exercise per day every single day if you can. If you can't you better have a good excuse. So, make sure that you are getting your heart rate into your target heart rate zone and this can be found by going online and looking up the Karvonen Formula. It's going to tell you your resting heart rate and your target heart rate so you can burn the most amount of calories in each of your workouts and get your heart rate pumping into those zones where you're going to burn the most fat. So as you know, an unfit person is going to have a higher heart rate than a fit person. If you're in the athletic range, your resting heart rate can be anywhere from 30 to 40 beats per minute. That's amazing, and that's my goal for everybody. But if you are in that range of 60 to 80 beats per minute resting, that's perfectly healthy and that's the range you want to be in. So stay consistent with your cardio. Make sure you are getting up to your target heart rate safely through every workout and that you have your doctor's approval to do so.