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HRM with MINIMUM rate memory?…(5 posts)

HRM with MINIMUM rate memory?…TFerguson
Nov 5, 2002 7:49 AM
I'm looking for an inexpensive heart rate monitor that saves the minimum rate during a period. I want it to get my resting rate while sleeping. Ones that save all the data and download are a more than I need. Just want the one point. Anybody seen such a thing?
TF
I have a Reebok versionJL
Nov 5, 2002 8:00 AM
that saves Min/Max/Avg. for a workout. It's done all I've needed it too. I have the middle level version (Fitness model) on this webpage:

http://www.bodytrends.com/products/heart_rate/reebok.htm

This place seems to have a big selection so try checking the others as well.

Happy riding.

John
Thanks. Even the cheapest one has it. (nm)TFerguson
Nov 5, 2002 6:07 PM
Isn't that overkill?PODIUMBOUNDdotCA
Nov 5, 2002 10:19 AM
Why not just take a heart rate test in the morning? The rusko test is a good test to do. Using a heart rate monitor every night to just get minimum heart rate in my opinion is beyond overkill unless you had something like the Polar S810 which can store the info at 5/15/60 secs intervals. And even then unless your pretty much pro and monitoring your resting heart rate during the night during a major tour AND/OR on EPO you don't need it. Are you on EPO??? :)

Cheers,
Nick
PodiumBound.ca
re: HRM with MINIMUM rate memory?…Lactate Junkie
Nov 6, 2002 10:45 AM
Why? What earthly good it this piece of information?