In addition to this, you can review weekly reports that sum up your total training time, total calories burnt, and number of sessions per week
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) July 08, 2012
The Polar FT7 is a pretty basic Heart Rate Monitor watch which fulfills its intended purpose well. It is not an extravagant device by any means as it only possesses a few basic functions that any good heart rate monitor device should have. It is an ideal choice for people who get regular exercise at the gym or outdoors and need a simple solution for monitoring their heart rate during workouts.
"The watch comes with a transmitter which clips on to a chest strap." said Bob Jones with TheBestHeartRateMonitorReviews.com, "The transmitter is uniquely coded and will only communicate with the watch it was intended for. Therefore, if another watch is nearby, the signal will not get mixed up. The transmitter is also capable of communicating with exercise equipment which are compatible with Polar devices."
"You are able to specify your fat-burning and maximum heart rates prior to exercising. During your training session, the Polar FT7 reads and displays your numerical heart rate together with a graph. While training, the display shows the duration and effect of your workout (“fat burning” or “fitness”) – depending on your current heart rate. This is a useful feature as it lets know if you are working out effectively or not."
"The Polar FT7 also features a calorie counter, which calculates the amount of calories burnt during exercising. Your training data is stored after each workout and you can access this data to find your session durations, calories burnt, average and maximum heart rates, as well as the amount of time your heart rate was spent in your target range." Bob Jones concludes, "In addition to this, you can review weekly reports that sum up your total training time, total calories burnt, and number of sessions per week."