This PHYS HEART RATE MONITOR is the perfect watch for health conscious individuals.
Sensors in the chest strap that comes with the watch pick up your heartbeats as you work out, and the watch displays your heart rate in real time.
The watch also uses your pulse rate to calculate how many calories you burn while working out, based on age, weight, gender, and other personal data preset by you.
Up to 100 workout records can be stored in memory, each including workout time, average heart rate, energy consumption, body fat burned, and more. Up to 30 days and 31 weeks of energy consumption data can be stored, making this watch a great tool for dieting and strength training. All of this comes packed in a compact 33-gram lightweight design that is a perfect fit for a woman's wrist.
Real-time display of heart rate while working out
Memory for up to 100 workout records that include workout time, energy consumption, and more
Memory for 30 days and 31 weeks of energy consumption data
Compact, lightweight design for a perfect fit to the wrist
Heart Rate Training Basics
Heart rate training is based on the simple premise that dictates, the greater the intensity of an exercise, the higher the heart rate. The heart rate is a handy barometer that indicates your current physical condition, as well as the intensity of the exercise you are currently performing. By monitoring your heart rate, you are able to manage your health better and get the most out of your workouts.
Today, heart rate training is the training method of choice by everyone from novices to health conscious individuals and even professional athletes.
By accurately monitor the intensity of your workout, you prevent over-training and sports injuries.
You train at an ideal level that is neither too high nor too low.
You can monitor your performance in real time, as you work out.
You are able to see if you are training correctly and if you are improving your physical condition.
Heart rate training is a valuable feedback tool for adjusting the frequency and intensity of your workouts.