- Polar RS100 Running Heart Rate Monitor
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Polar RS100 Running Heart Rate Monitor
Polar RS100 Running Heart Rate Monitor
New, provides all the essential feautures for running - a good choice for your first running computer.
Top Features of the Polar RS100 Running Heart Rate Monitor
- ECG accurate heart rate (%/bpm)
- Average Heart rate
- Owncal, Calorie expenditure
- Owncode, coded transmission
- Laps with recall (lap, split, avg. HR info)
- Time of day
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The RS100 is a simple, no-fuss solution that's perfect for entry level runners who want to get on the right track to fitness. It comes with a variety of uncomplicated yet highly effective features.
About Heart Rate Monitors
A heart rate monitor gives you an accurate measurement of how hard your body is working. This allows you to adjust how hard you exercise and achieve your fitness goals, it can also let you know if you should not train as you may need more recovery time. All models will display a basic 'rev counter' indicating your current heart rate in beats per minute. More complex HRM's add simultaneous displays of how hard you are working as a percentage of your maximum rate or how long you've managed to maintain your heart rate inside pre-set target zones. This is a great feature for targeting specific training zones, these are often reffered to as the following: The Energy Efficient or Recovery Zone which is 60% to 70%, The Aerobic Zone - 70% to 80%, The Anaerobic Zone - 80% to 90%, The Anaerobic Zone - 80% to 90% of your maximum heart rate. Each zone has a specific benefit and a HRM will help you to stay within these zones and achieve those benefits. The ability to download data directly to a PC for later analysis is also a nice feature if you're following a long-term fitness program, this can also show what's working well for you.
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Magazine reviews for Polar RS100 Running Heart Rate Monitor
Review from 220 Triathlon
We've has one of these monitors for a few years and for simple training sessions it's still our go-to monitor and day-to-day watch. Press the big red button to start recording and press it again to stop. Syncing is spot on, the wrist unit slick and compact, and the WearLink chest strap comfortable.
Plus, you can review your last session data at your leisure once home. You can only set one heart rate zone but for sessions such as long steady runs or tempo workouts where you're sticking to the same zone, that's enough. The recall tells you how much time you've spent in the zone, above and below, as well as average, minimum and maximum heart rate. If we're honest, you really don't need much more than that. There's no doubt you can buy cheaper monitors with more featuresm but with the Polar brand comes a pedigree and guarantee of quality that's hard to beat.
You're paying for the name but it's a reliable and simple joy
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