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Whether you are a novice in the world of fitness training or a seasoned athlete you will almost certainly be using, or thinking about using, a heart rate monitor to monitor the progress of your training program. Heart rate monitor watches have become a standard, if not required, fitness training tool these days.

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simple and basic training watches which are ideal for the beginner and also power packed and data rich models which are perfect for more advance athletes and data ‘junkies’. But how do you go about choosing the best watch?

To help you to find your perfect training watch quickly and easily we have scoured the market for you and below you will find what we consider to be the best watches available for both beginners and advanced athletes.

Please see our latest heart rate monitor reviews:

Garmin Forerunner 110 Garmin Forerunner 210 Garmin Forerunner 305 Polar FT7
Polar FT60 Polar RS300X G1 Polar RS300X SD Suunto M2
   
  Suunto M4 Timex Ironman S and D  

Some important or recently added articles:

How Do Heart Rate Monitors Work?

A heart rate monitor has become an essential tool these days for everyone from the elite athlete to the individual who simply wishes to lose a little weight or is concerned about the health of his heart. By measuring your heartbeat the monitor allows you to control the intensity of an exercise session to ensure that you gain the maximum benefit from your fitness training.

But just how do heart rate monitors work?

The principle is very much the same as that of an EKG machine used in hospitals to measure electrical activity within the heart. A heart rate monitor consists of a transmitter and a receiver…Read More

How To Select A Heart Rate Monitor Watch

Heart rate monitor watches are fast becoming the standard for monitoring the effectiveness of any fitness training program and are a great way to keep track of your overall health while you are working out. Each of us needs to hit a certain heart rate at various points in our training routine and there is no easier way to see whether or not your are hitting your target than by wearing a heart rate monitor watch.

But what should you look for in a heart rate monitor watch?

The first and most important feature to look for is accuracy. After all, there is little point working out at a particular rate according to your watch if the actual heart rate you are achieving is something different…Read More

The Advantages Of Using A Heart Rate Monitor

There are a good number of advantages to using a heart rate monitor. As someone who makes working out a part of my day, at least 4-5 times a week, my heart rate monitor is never far from me. Exercise alone is great to either lose some weight or maintain a healthy body. There’s little sense to exercising though if you’re not really “working” your body at all.

In the last 4 or 5 years, the use of a heart rate monitor for almost anyone that does exercise has become more commonplace. Prior to that, the advantages of using a heart rate monitor were known to those professional athletes who relied on their bodies and their physical health in order to be successful in their sport…Read More

What Is The Optimal Heart Rate For Burning Fat?

It is of course no secret that if you wish to burn up fat and lose weight then you need to take some exercise. However, our bodies do need a certain amount of fat and the problem for many people lies in knowing just how much exercise to take not simply to lose weight but to trim the body so that you are carrying an optimal amount of fat.

After many years of research it has been found that the key lies in ensuring that you keep your rate within certain zones while you are exercising. Research also shows that the target heart rate zones vary from one person to the next and also vary between men and women. So how do you know what your target heart rate should be for burning fat? …Read More

Why Use A Heart Rate Monitor Watch?

Heart rate monitor watches have been around for a little while now but it has only been comparatively recently that we have seen professional athletes starting to use them to any great extent. Until the advent of personal heart rate monitors the effectiveness of your training program was measures by what many referred to as ‘perceived exertion’. In other words, if you were working out at what you perceived to be about two thirds of your maximum flat out capacity then that was a good workout.

Now you could argue that ‘perceived exertion’ was not a bad system and it certainly seemed to work pretty well for most athletes. However, the arrival of the heart rate monitor has…Read More