Training is essential for anyone seeking to get fit and get in shape. Training is also more of a science than an art and the more data people can collect and use during their training, the better they will be able to control their progress and ultimately reach their goals. Most exercise machines offer calorie counting, but to use these individuals must subscribe to expensive gym memberships. Instead, users can invest in a heart rate monitor that can help them make the most of interval training and calisthenics at a fraction of the cost. Heart rate monitors allow people to know exactly how hard they are working rather than second guessing how they feel, this allows smarter training and optimum results. HRMReview is a new website launched specifically to review these ingenious devices as well as providing editorials on the best heart rate monitors for different groups.
The site has launched with reviews of best-value heart rate monitors including the Polar RS 100, praised for its ease of use and intuitive user interfacing, the Garmin Forerunner 110, which has a series advantage in being GPS enabled to track runs and cycles, the Timex Personal Trainer, which has the greatest number of features for its hundred dollar price tag of any similarly priced item. The Suunto Quest Pack also gets a full in-depth review detailing it as an enthusiasts dream if they are willing to invest a little more money in their training regime.
The site also offers information on the best heart rate monitor for women, who’s physiology makes some monitors uncomfortable or even invasive to use, and Bluetooth heart rate monitors which can be connected to mobiles and other devices for enhanced app tracking and metrics.
A spokesperson for HRMReview.net explained, “We created the site because the heart rate monitor made the difference for our editor when she was trying to get backing in shape after a pregnancy. Steady state exercise wasn’t providing the metabolic challenge necessary to make her body transform, where a heart rate monitor allowed her to control her intensity so that she could get the maximum benefit for her body without it becoming dangerous. As these items have become more popular, manufacturers have provided even more amazing items at great value, so we want to connect consumers to these instead of cheap gimmick products.”
About Heart Rate Monitor Review:
Heart Rate Monitor Review is a website committed to testing, analysing and reviewing the latest heart rate monitor releases from the biggest and best manufacturers, as well as providing a resource center for inspiration as to how to get the best from a heart rate monitor, reviews of fitness regimes and ways to exercise for free.
Visit http://hrmreview.net/ for more information.
Name: Joe Bragg
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