Resting heart rate guide: The devices to track for RHR and how to lower it

A slow beat is the sign of a healthy ticker, here’s how to measure it

Heart rate tracking is becoming an ever-more crucial ingredient for fitness tech. It’s hardly surprising given that how fast your heart beats when you’re doing nothing at all reveals a lot about your overall health and fitness.

Unsurprisingly, a lower resting heart rate (RHR) is linked to some very big health benefits including a reduced risk of heart disease.

The good news is that, with the flood of heart rate monitoring wearables hitting the shops, it’s now easier than ever to monitor – and improve – your own resting bpm.

And while we can’t promise to give you the dicky ticker of an Olympic athlete, here are some tips on how you can use the latest tech to hit a better beat.

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