3 years ago

ithlete Heart Rate Variability app: knowing when to train

Name of the mobile application

ithlete Heart Rate Variability.

Category of the mobile application

Sport and Health.

Platform

Android, iOS.

Cost

8.99 (£6.99, $8.99).

About the app

‘ithlete Heart Rate Variability’ app has been scientifically designed for monitoring the body heart rate and give information about when to train and when to rest.

The process of training is stressing and has an impact on health. This app offers a very quick and healthy biofeedback of how stressed, recovered and ready for training your body is. It can also avoid injuries by giving users information related  to optimising the effectiveness of their workout sequence.

The app allows users to register their heart rate variability (HRV) and the time gap between the heartbeats when the body is resting, in order to offer users a more precise picture of their overall health and fitness status (

Publisher URL: http://bjsm.bmj.com/cgi/content/short/51/18/1373

DOI: 10.1136/bjsports-2016-097303

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