A heart rate monitor (HRM) is a personal monitoring device that allows to measure and display heart rate in real-time or record the heart rate for later study. It is largely used to gather heart rate data while performing various types of physical exercise. Measuring electrical heart information is referred to as Electrocardiography.
Why measure your heart rate? Knowing your heart rate can provide you with helpful information about your health. Changes in your resting rate can signal a medical problem, according to organisations and the number of times your heart beats per minute can hint at your fitness level. Form people, the number lands between 60 and 100 beats per minute.
Likewise, exercisers may want to measure their heart rate to see if they’re working hard enough. A good target is 50 to 85 per cent of your maximum heart rate, according to the American Hospital Association (AHA). Your maximum heart rate is approximately 220 minus your age.
(Max HR = 220 – Age)
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Compatible Heart rate Devices
Actofit Heart Rate Monitoring Chest Strap provides real-time heart rate, heart rate zones, and calories burnt in any workout activity. Track your progress and witness better results, using the stylish chest strap.
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Actofit HRM Armband
Actofit Heart Rate Monitoring Armband provides real-time heart rate, heart rate zones. Track your progress and witness better results.
Benefits of a heart rate monitor
- Improve your health: HRMs can help you find and maintain the right exercise intensity to reach your goals.
- Measure your effort: Measuring the work rate of the heart is the most accurate method of determining how much benefit you are deriving from your workout, and using an HRM is more accurate than interrupting your workout to take your pulse manually.
- Track your progress: Using a heart rate monitor during workouts lets you track key information besides just how fast your heart is beating.
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