Heart Rate Monitor

The heart normally beats 60 to 100 times per minute, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The resting rate can drop to below 55 beats per minute in people who regularly exercise. 

Individuals who are just launching an exercise routine or are unsure how to accurately assess their target heart rate may benefit from the use of a heart rate monitor. There are a number of important benefits of this device.
Target Heart Rate

Your maximum heart rate is approximately 220 minus your age, according to the American Heart Association (AHA). For example, the heart rate of a 40-year-old should not exceed 180. The AHA says your target heart rate during activity or exercise is approximately 50 to 85 percent of your maximum heart rate.
According to MarathonGuide.com, heart monitors effectively measure and record your heart rate during strenuous physical activity. Your aerobic endurance is an indication of your overall heart health. When worn during your exercise regime, heart rate monitors instantly offer important information about the work level of your heart.
Coaching Effects

A heart monitor serves as a virtual coach because it informs you when you can safely step up your pace or whether you should slow down. Some heart rate monitors will beep if you have fallen below your target rate.
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