Blood pressure is the pressure that the heart exerts to circulate blood in the body.
A pressure considered normal is between 100 and 120 mmHg (millimeters of mercury) at maximum and 70-80 mmHg at minimum.
With heart rate, however, we refer to the number of pulsations (or beats) made by the heart every minute.
Your heart rate should fluctuate between 55/60 beats per minute.
If the value is higher we are talking about tachycardia, if lower we are talking about bradycardia.