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What is a Heart Rate Monitor Watch?

A heart rate monitor is a tool designed to determine a user's heart rate while exercising. It looks a lot like a regular chronograph, and besides heart rate monitoring, most watches have extra features like a clock or stopwatch etc. Heart rate monitors are a great way to monitor physical fitness, determine if a person is exercising within a target heart rate range, and stay safe while exercising.

There are two ways for long-distance runners to keep an eye on their heart rate monitor watch while exercising:

The first heart rate monitor was a watch without any additional accessories; the user had to stop and place a finger on the watch to determine the heart rate. This design is the simplest and cheapest, but may not be completely accurate. It also requires users to stop exercising to check their heart rate, which may not always be ideal. When choosing such a heart rate monitor, look for one with large buttons that are easy to press with sweaty fingers.

The second heart rate monitoring watch also includes a chest strap, which usually connects wirelessly to the watch. The chest strap continuously monitors heart rate during exercise, often providing very precise results, which are then displayed on the watch. This heart rate monitor is designed to be more expensive, but is a better option for athletes or those who exercise regularly and at a high intensity. Any kind of monitor should have a large, easy-to-read digital display. In addition to its timing and heart rate display functions, the heart rate monitor watch can connect to a computer and transmit readings to the computer. Users can view their heart rate on different days, as well as track improvements, and even print the results to their doctor.

Additionally, if users enter their weight and age first, their watch can also track calories burned. Some can also tell the user if he or she is in a specific heart rate "zone." Zone usually refers to a person's percent movement. For example, maximum heart rate is considered 220 minus age; therefore, for a 20-year-old, maximum heart rate should be 200. For example, exercising at 50% of your target heart rate means your heart rate will hover around 100 beats per minute. At 80 percent, your heart rate should be around 160. Determining your heart rate like this is a great way to keep your body in the right heart rate range and avoid dangerously high heart rates, as well as workouts tailored for weight loss or just physical fitness.

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