All mammals get roughly the same number of heart beats in life
It's a question that every runner is asked at some point: "Aren't you afraid you're using up all your heart beats by exercising so much?"
First of all, for the record, let's just do some simple math. Let's say you're a sedentary dude with a resting pulse of 60. Each day, your heart beats 24*60*60 = 86,400 times. Now let's say you're a real nut who takes up running, and works up until you can go for an hour every day with a pulse of 160 (which is likely an overestimate). As you get fitter, your resting pulse drops to 50. Now, in any given day, your heart beats 23*60*50 + 60*160 = 78,600 times. So in fact, by running, you're saving 7,800 beats every day!
If you have two healthy people exactly the same in physical fitness, age, blood pressure and so on, the person with the highest resting heart rate is more likely to have a shorter life span.
To me, it seems very easy to believe that lower resting pulse rates correlate -- in very broad strokes -- with longer life expectancies. The animal data certainly backs that up
Now ...stop doing everything and save Your heart beats....Expand your lifespam 15-20 years
Do NOTHING EVER , just breath and eat, slow , slow
Enjoy Life folks in sloooooow motion