Fitbits, Wearable Tech, and How to Select Intensity Using Heart Rate Reserve Method (Teaser/Preview)

Fitbits, Wearable Tech, and How to Select Intensity Using Heart Rate Reserve Method (Teaser/Preview)

In this episode Scott makes his triumphant return to showcase his new Fitbit Inspire HR, and David guides him through how to use heart rate and other metrics commonly found on Fitbits to make sure you’re getting the most of your cardio sessions.
We also discuss calories, VO2 max, how to find your pulse, and then upcoming YouTube show.

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Therapeutic exercise physiologist David Vanderheyden serves as your personal mentor and pathfinder in your health and fitness journey. David takes complex subjects and breaks them down to help cut through the noise and stimulate critical thinking about how to implement health and fitness lifestyle changes in a simple, easy to follow format. Topics range from the fun, eccentric or hypothetical “what if” scenarios all the way to deep discussion about the philosophies of fitness and finding success in your life, to become the healthiest and strongest version of yourself.

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