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heart rate

[′härt ‚rāt]
(physiology)
The number of heartbeats per minute.
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The company expanded its line of inexpensive fitness trackers to include heartrate monitoring and also recently launched a kids' watch to help parents track their children.
This includes jogging, riding a bike and swimming, and generally it means an athlete maintaining a heartrate between 65-85 per cent of its maximum for at least 30 minutes.
We are testing fatigue glasses and the integration of smart devices, like Apple Watches, to measure heartrate and the blinking of the eyes, and track fatigue against diet - it is evolving very quickly.
Check in to innkeeper David Worthington's fabulous rusticchic bed and breakfast, a state landmark, and watch your heartrate plummet to "super chilled" as waves of Old Southern charm wash over you.
It's best described as a portal to your iPhone because, once connected via bluetooth, you're able to view text messages, receive/make calls, access Siri, monitor your heartrate and use it while you workout.
Dr Tristan Bekinschtein, a Wellcome Trust Fellow and lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge, says: "'Follow your heart' has become something of a cliche, but we know that, consciously or unconsciously, there is a relationship between our heartrate and our decisions and emotions.
health-tracking functions, a heartrate monitor sensor, 6-Axis sensor, barometer
It might not be good for other people's heartrate but it is for us
The most personal device Apple have created, the long-awaited Apple Watch, available early 2015, monitors health and fitness, tracking your movement, heartrate and activity with built-in sensors, feeding the information into Apple's Health app for the iPhone and iPad and allowing review and analysis of the data.
For example, it targets sport enthusiasts with the in-built heartrate monitor, motion sensors and a special 'sporty' collection, but many consumers can avail innovative gadgets from renowned niche brands thatoffer functionality without the needfor constant recharging or a heavy dependence on the iPhone to harmonise the functions of its applications," he elaborated.
We're putting sensors on the boat to analyse the waves' impact and kit to monitor my heartrate and brainwaves.