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have heart-rate zones you can set to keep your run at the right level, and at the top of the scale, your HRM can act as a virtual coach. We tested eight models from across the spectrum.Dunlop Velocity, £60 Features 3 target HR zones, interval timer
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When Runner's World readers were asked to list their essential kit last year, heart-rate monitors came out on top. Unfortunately for the female runner, using a heart-rate monitor is usually an uncomfortable experience, requiring 10 minutes before
Heart-rate monitors vary hugely in price and functionality. For less than £20 you can pick up an HRM that simply measures your pulse, while parting with £150+ will give you a monitor that will set training zones for you, tell you how many calories
Whatever type of runner you are, you should give serious consideration to investing in a heart rate monitor. From as little as £40 you can add a whole new dimension to your training. Strap on a heart rate monitor and you’ll never run too quickly or too slowly again. You won’t be ...
Getty ImagesThe conundrum: push yourself too hard and run yourself into the ground. Don’t push yourself hard enough and never improve. The answer: start listening to your heart, not your head, by using a heart rate monitor (HRM). What does a HRM do
reviewer who didn't yet own a SDM or HRM, PloddingWolf, for her review of her Enell Sports BraWe'll let you know their initial verdicts towards the end of the month...Thank you again to everyone who added a review. You can always add more – and see all
If you want to know exactly how far, and fast, you've run, then a speed-and-distance monitoring (SDM) watch is an essential piece of kit. Timex, Garmin and Navman produce SDMs that use satellites to trace your steps. They're pretty good, but if you
. Here are six of our favourites.Polar RS800sd - £354.50 As well as the usual features you’d expect from a Polar HRM – such as sports zones and Polar OwnZone – the new W.I.N.D transmitter can measure intervals between heartbeats to give a picture of your
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