Just general really, what is your pulse rate per minute?
What are good ranges?
Mine is 64 but it skipped or paused for a moment, good or bad?
I suppose you mean resting heart rate? Mine was 52 last time I got it checked.
Here's a link to a range chart: http://www.topendsports.com/testing/heart-rate-resting-chart.htm
Although, honestly after reading Peter Attia's cholesterol 10 part series... I just don't trust any of these recommendations...
Mine is between 44 if I am consciously trying to relaxed, and 48 if I'm passively relaxed.
As for a healthy range, I think what matters more is the strength of your pulse, rather than the BPM. So I'd guess anywhere between 42 and 75 is okay as long as it is a strong beat.
Heart rate variability is the single strongest predictor of cardiovascular disease. If you enter terms like heart rate variability or RR interval variation in PubMed, you will get a ton of abstract hits backing this up. So HRV, not heart rate or blood pressure, is actually what you want to monitor if you are worried about heart health.
And I love this part so much because it's completely counter-intuitive. You want a very variable heart rate. Don't freak out if you take your pulse and it jumps around. That's a GOOD thing.
Anyway, you asked about pulse rate and what good ranges are. Above 70 bpm is associated with higher cardiovascular risks (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18757091). Above 100 (RESTING heart rate) is tachycardia, which can indicate medical problems. Some of the heart rates that commenters have listed here are technically bradycardia (below 60 - abnormally low). That can also indicate health problems, although it's normal for some very fit athletes. (Good for you guys. I'm young and thin, and mine is over 90.)
Mine is in the mid 50s and I work out a lot. Resting heart rate depends on your fitness level among other things.
If your heart skips a beat, have it checked out by your doc. Many times its nothing other than too much caffine but it could be a marker of something serious. Better safe than sorry!
I measure mine first thing every morning (using an iPhone app) and it is generally 42-44 bpm. Before I started Paleo in February and running in April, it was 68 bpm. This time next year, I would love to see it in the Lance Armstrong range of 32-34 bpm, but I suspect that would take a lot more training!
Interesting question -- my resting heart rate has always been fairly high (80s) since I first measured it in high school, running track and cross country. I just measured it at 92. Granted, I'm depressed and near-constantly anxious, but also otherwise physically active and not suffering any physical ailments. I walk a brisk 5-6 miles per day and do light bodyweight every few days for exercise. And I'm technically underweight, though I put no stock whatsoever in BMI-to-health assumptions.
48 at the time of this post.
Someone who trains consistently, especially high-intensity lifting, is going to have a low pulse rate. Mine was actually higher back when I did chronic cardio, and right now, I'm in the best shape of my life and do no cardio outside of sprinting, high-intensity or slow walking.