If you own an Apple Watch and like to exercise, we have a very useful post. Today I'm going to share a post on how to see heart rate recovery on Apple Watch and iPhone. Heart Rate Recovery (HRR) shows you how healthy your heart is. It is used to analyze how your heart is recovering from exercise. Therefore, it plays an important role in determining your fitness level. It is also measured in many fitness tests. It is therefore helpful to track this with your smart devices like Apple Watch and iPhone. Let's take a closer look at that!
What is Heart Rate Restoration? Your heart rate increases during intensive workouts such as walking, running, cycling and swimming. This is because the heart begins to pump faster because the body cells quickly need more oxygen during these activities.
According to WebMD, “Heart rate recovery is a measure of how much your heart rate drops during the first minute after your workout. “Suppose your standard heart rate is around 70 beats per minute. On a treadmill, it reaches about 130. Now heart rate recovery is the rate (measurement) that is taken immediately after an exercise that indicates how much (how quickly / at what rate) this increased heart rate falls back (decreases).
When a person's heart is healthy, it returns to normal BPM faster. If a person's heart is less healthy, it takes longer after an intense workout to return to normal.
What is Healthy Heart Rate Restoration?
A decrease of 15 to 25 beats per minute is a normal heart rate recovery. Any number above is good. However, if the heart rate recovery is 12 or less beats per minute, it is considered "abnormal" and they are at higher risk of heart disease.
How to see heart rate recovery on Apple Watch
Apple Watch measures your heart rate, and you can even turn on automatic notifications to determine if your heart rate is over or stays below the selected beats per minute.
It is recommended that you end your Apple Watch workout immediately after your workout to accurately measure your recovery heart rate. After getting familiar with the basics, let us know how they appear on the Apple Watch.
Open the heart rate app on your Apple Watch. Scroll down and tap Recovery. ] You will see this option if you have recorded a workout for that day. Here you can see your recovery heart rate after 1 minute and also after 2 minutes.
If the values are above 15, you are all right if you don't, you should check it regularly for a few days, if it is lower every day you need to talk to a doctor.
How to see heart rate recovery on iPhone
To read Heart Rate Recovery on iPhone for workouts, you need to use the iPhone paired with your Apple Watch.
Open the Activity app on your iPhone The day from above, scroll down and tap on a recorded workout. Swipe from on the heart rate map from right to left. You will see the heart rate repeat creation [1 9459003] Section with the corresponding data.