The Polar H10 hearth rate monitor chest belt
The Polar H10 heart rate monitor is an efficient and reliable way to measure your heart rate. This device is perfect for athletes and fitness enthusiasts alike, providing accurate and real-time data to help you reach your goals. With its intuitive design and cutting-edge technology, the Polar H10 is a must-have for any serious athlete.
- The Polar H10 heart rate monitor is the most accurate and reliable heart rate monitor available on the market.
- It uses the latest Bluetooth and ANT+ technology to connect with a wide range of fitness devices and apps, allowing you to sync your workout data and track your progress.
- It is compatible with iOS, Android and MacOS devices, making it easy to use with your favorite apps and devices.
- It features a comfortable chest strap design that is adjustable and water-resistant, making it suitable for all types of activities.
- The Polar H10 heart rate monitor comes with an easy-to-use mobile app that allows you to track your heart rate, calories burned and other data in real time.
- The H10 is built to last and is designed to be used in any conditions, making it the perfect companion for any athlete or fitness enthusiast.
- The Polar H10 heart rate monitor is an excellent tool for tracking your progress, and it’s backed by a two year warranty for added peace of mind.
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Knowing your heart rate zones can make your training more effective
Your Heart Rate Reserve (HRR) is the span between your resting and maximum heart range. The beats per minute values are dependant of your age and fitness.
- Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) – is approx. 220 minus your age
- Resting Heart Rate (RHR) – take your pulse first thing in the morning
- Heart Rate Reserve (HRR) – Maximum Heart Rate minus Resting Heart Rate
Learn how to connect a compatible heart rate monitor belt to your PM5 performance monitor and display your hearts beats per minute.
You can also use a smart watch to measure your heart rate.
Aerobic vs Anaerobic Training
The heart rate range between resting and maximum pulse can be divided into two types of workouts – aerobic or anaerobic. Depending on your fitness and training intensity your body will switch from aerobic to anaerobic metabolism.
When your body shifts to anaerobic metabolism you have reached the Anaerobic Threshold (AT). This is when lactic acid is produced fast and starts to make you feel a burning muscle pain and fatigue.
- Aerobic training, is typically 50–79% of your HRR added to your RHR
- Anaerobic threshold training, is often 80–89% of your HRR added to your RHR
Find your own Training Heart Rate Ranges
For 50-year-old with an RHR of 62 beats per minute these are the typical training values:
- Max. Heart Rate:
220 minus 50 = 170 bpm
- Heart Rate Reserve:
170 minus Resting Heart Rate 62 = 108 bpm
- Training heart range for Aerobic Training:
(50–79%) = 116–147 bpm
- Training heart range for Anaerobic Threshold Training:
(80–89%) =148–158 bpm
Here is a link to an online heart rate training zone calculator.