Fitness Tips : How Do I Use a Heart Rate Monitor?



I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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A heart rate monitor can consist of a watch and a band that is placed directly underneath the chest. Find out how to use water to help with the electrical current when using a heart rate monitor with help from a professional personal trainer in this free video on heart rate monitors. Expert: David Dubail Contact: www.elitemiamipersonaltraining.com Bio: David Dubail is a professional personal trainer and the owner of Dubail Fitness Institute in Miami, Fla. Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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  1. boboDaKilla says:

    @ajoemar2009 with strap.

  2. ajoemar2009 says:

    Hello,am just asking does strapless heart rate also effective? or should i really get w/ the strap as demonstrated.
    pls advice. thanks

  3. ARonald17 says:

    I’m 34 years old, based on the calculations you gave for a save zone of (60 to 80%), I would love to know is 147 right for the 0.8 heartrate range? I have the s7 heart monitor watch and it says that at 167 I’m using 80% which is the max save zone, so when I’m working out should I say within 167 or 147?

  4. thanks

  5. mrhairsaviour says:

    @bodies42099 i agree…steroid users hearts are fucked…they have to have heart operations after long term use of roids..this guy is a joke..

  6. giannicoppola says:

    220- age is not a reliable maximum heart rate formula

  7. bodies42099 says:

    why would you choose to put an absolute meathead as the tester lol? put a runner or cyclist in it who actually know what their doing.

  8. bowwow1200 says:

    Respond to this video..okay.

  9. bowwow1200 says:

    @lay4life ur gonna die

  10. What if i have a bit high heart rate can i still train? When i was at school i wasn’t allowed to run long distances, only a short ones max to 1km, am i ok?

  11. govecomm says:

    Thank you so much, I am just starting out, that is just what I needed to know.

  12. robddstn says:

    Very good accurate information. We intend to include this video on our hrm watch website.

  13. Rafdaganga says:

    62 is a good resting heart rate. However, your not resting 😛 your talking.

    Your heart rate would be much lower, you have a good heart!

  14. whatmakesacatacat says:

    It’s great! I’ve been using it since I bought it, serves the purpose.

  15. hey mate did u get Polar RS300X? and how was it? im ordering it nw.

  16. whatmakesacatacat says:

    Thanks for putting up this video. I’m looking into buying Polar RS300X, and it will be my first time to use a HRM ever.

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