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Heart Rate Recovery Tracker: Track your fitness level by measuring your Heart Rate Recovery

There are many apps that can track your training, but not many that actually track your fitness level! Heart Rate Recovery Tracker tracks your fitness level by measuring your heart rate during exercise and your recovery time after exercising. The app records your data, display graphs of you training heart rate, recovery heart rate, and resting heart rate. The app also gives you a score for each measurement to tell you how fit you are!

Your resting, training, and recovery heart rates are important because they tell you about of the health of your whole cardiovascular system, not just our heart. A recovery heart rate of greater than 35 BPM after one minute indicates almost no risk of sudden death from heart disease. On the other hand, a recovery of 12 or less increases the risk dramatically. If your recovery is less than 12 BPM after one minute, you should consult with a doctor before engaging in physical activity.

Use Heart Rate Recovery during and after training. People use it for jogging, walking, biking, boxing, riding, cycling, soccer, cricket, hockey, tennis, volleyball, basketball, football, lacrosse, wrestling, swimming, softball, etc.

Heart Rate Recovery records your sessions and allows you to synchronize your data between your iPhone and your iPod or iPad. Carré Health will soon launch a web site where you will be able to download your personal health data and import it in your favourite fitness software.

Another nice thing about Heart Rate Recovery Tracker: it includes clear instructions on how to use it, in the same instructions format that was used in CarrĂ©’s relaxation app, One Minute Relaxation.

Here’s the iTunes link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/heart-rate-recovery-tracker/id436829113?mt=8

Here’s the app website: http://www.HeartRateRecovery.com

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