Heart Rate Monitor

A heart rate monitor is a personal monitoring device which allows a subject to measure his or her heart rate in real time or record his or her heart rate for later study. It is largely used by performers of various types of physical exercise.

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... also serve as all-around cycling computers and can measure and display heart rate as well as riding speed, distance and time ... to be tracked very simply—something that is more difficult when using, for example, a heart rate monitor alone ... and measure their actual output heart rate monitors measure the physiological effect of effort and therefore ramp up more slowly ...
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... Diet and Exercise for Lifetime Fitness (1987) Triathlons for Kids (1992) The Heart Rate Monitor Book (1992) Heart Rate Monitor Book (1993) Heart Zone Training Exercise ... Coauthored by Maggie Sullivan The Heart Rate Monitor Guidebook to Heart Zone Training (revised 2010) The Heart Rate Monitor Log (2000) The Triathlon Log (2000) The Complete Book of Triathlons (2001) The ... Middle School Healthy Hearts in the Zone Heart Rate Monitoring Program for Lifelong Fitness ...
Heart Rate Monitor - Composition
... Modern heart rate monitors usually comprise two elements a chest strap transmitter and a wrist receiver or mobile phone (which usually doubles as a ... built-in microprocessors which analyse the EKG signal to determine heart rate ... Strapless heart rate monitors now allow the user to just touch two sensors on a wristwatch display for a few seconds to view their heart rate ...
Polar Electro - Company Milestones - 1990 - 2010
... combining for the first time speed and distance measurements with heart rate ... the Vantage NV, the first wrist-based, wireless heart rate monitor with the ability to measure R-R heart rate variability ... OwnCode coded transmission was introduced to heart rate transmitters, eliminating interference from other training computers in close proximity ...

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