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yourPulse

Every second your heart beats at a set rate

Every second your heart beats at a set  rate

yourPulse

by Luke Jackson
yourPulse
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yourPulse

What is it about?

Every second your heart beats at a set rate. If you exercise that rate should increase to an elevated rate. yourPulse lets you find your heart rate and keep track of what your heart rate is at different conditions. Say you are just resting, take your heart rate. Go for a run and then take your heart rate. The next time you run, take your heart rate and compare to see if you did as much work. yourPulse will give you your maximum heart rate (based on your age) and then will give you your target rates for your fitness level. Keep track of your beat.

yourPulse

App Details

Version
1.5.0
Rating
NA
Size
1Mb
Genre
Medical Health & Fitness
Last updated
July 29, 2013
Release date
July 16, 2009
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App Store Description

Every second your heart beats at a set rate. If you exercise that rate should increase to an elevated rate. yourPulse lets you find your heart rate and keep track of what your heart rate is at different conditions. Say you are just resting, take your heart rate. Go for a run and then take your heart rate. The next time you run, take your heart rate and compare to see if you did as much work. yourPulse will give you your maximum heart rate (based on your age) and then will give you your target rates for your fitness level. Keep track of your beat.

Taking your heart rate is simple with yourPulse. First find your pulse. Push the "Start counting pulse button" and start to count your pulse. Push the "Stop counting button" when you are ready. Move the slider over to how many beats you felt. It will then give your heart rate, max rate and targets (for when exercising). Lastly if you want, enter any comments about that rate and click the "Add to History" button. You can then go to the history window and review your heart rate history.

Click on the profile tab to enter your age, and fitness level. This will customize your heart rate max and targets.

If you want to know more about how to find your pulse, click on the "How to" tab for instructions on how to read your pulse.

Please let us know if you have any feedback ([email protected]). Thanks