Another good reason to record your heart rate during exercise is to gauge your progress. When you monitor your heart rate and it does not go above your resting heart rate, you will know that you're not working hard enough. This will help you adjust your workout to ensure that you will get favourable results from it.
The most common way of tracking your heart beat is by using a chest strap. Computers, smartphones, watches and other modern communication tools can all connect to the chest strap to tell you your heart beat. But what if that chest straps starts to feel annoying, or maybe the straps chafe and irritate you.
This can all be solved with the smart system. This is a collaboration between Lazer and Lifebeam. A sensor is placed within the existing head band of the helmet and communicates with a processing unit at the back of the helmet. The processing unit can transmit this data to any modern communication device to tell you what your heart rate is. This eliminates the need for a chest strap and lets you monitor your heart rate with the helmet you would normally wear anyway.
• Construction: in-Mold (6pc)
• Ventilation: 19 vents
• Winter padding
• Adjustable head basket
• Rigidity Brace System (RBS)
• Integrated heart rate monitoring
• No more chest straps