Why You Should Be Tracking Your Heart Rate

It was the hardest stretch of the race, 1,000 feet of what seemed like nearly vertical incline between me and the finish line. As I approached the summit, my heart felt like it was about to burst through my chest. I didn’t need my Fitbit to tell me I was working hard on this hill, but I looked down at my wrist and there it was: 185 beats per minute. I had reached my peak heart rate.

Heart-rate tracking is a standard feature on many fitness trackers such as the Apple Watch ($399 at Amazon), Galaxy Watch and most Fitbits, but they rarely explain what to do with that information.

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