Heart Rate Monitors
I am an active cyclist and hiker w/ a pacemaker. Recently, my Polar HR10 has been giving very strange readings. It works for a while normally and then strats giving low rates, below 50 (which I know cannot be true). Changing the battery does not seem to help. I have purchased an Apple Watch 6, which is supposed to be accurate but is it?
Does anyone have any idea what could be wrong with the Polar strap? Does anyone have any solid info on which is the more accurate method for measuring HR?
It is really important for me to monitor my HR as I am trying to get my PM optimized and dialed into my style of excercise.
Thanks for any info on both topics
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You can proudly say youre energy efficient.
My eight year old son had a pacemaker since he was 6 months old. He does very well, plays soccer, baseball, and rides his bike. I am so glad he is not ashamed of his pacemaker. He will proudly show his "battery" to anyone.