Tracking Heart Rates On Apple Watch
Posted by Sophia Williams on
A new feature that watch OS 9 and iOS 16 now allows users to track their heart rates during a workout as well as after that workout. The new feature will recognize and create 5 different heart rate zones based off of the heart reserve method. It will update every first of the month and will take 2 zones of readings; max and resting heart rate. In order to do this, make sure you have your date of birth on your profile in your health app. Then you can start a heart inducing exercise and once you have been going awhile, you can swipe down and see your heart rate and which zone it has put you in. This will help you get a better understanding of how fast your heart goes up and will allow you to have a more efficient workout, as well as challenge yourself.