Solo 925 Heart Rate + Pedometer Watch Designed for Women by Sportline
Sportline SOLO 925 Pink Heart Rate Plus Pedometer Watch Designed for Women
Want to pick up a little more speed in reaching your fitness goals? Look no further than Sportline's Solo 925 Pink Heart Rate + Pedometer Watch Designed for Women. Sportline's patented Any-Touch Technology provides you with ECG accurate heart rate readings, along with targeted zone programming and calorie-burn monitoring. And with its built-in accelerometer constantly monitors your distance, speed and strides, Sportline's Solo 925 Pink Heart Rate + Pedometer Watch Designed for Women helps you achieve your overall fitness goals. Ready to get in the fast lane?
Any Touch Technology - Touch Activated Case
Lightly touch anywhere on the watch case to instantly display your heart rate.
Solo 925 Features:
- Accurately Track Steps and Distance
- 3Beat Sensor
- ECG Accurate Heart Rate Reading
- No Chest-Belt Required
- Programmable Target Heart Rate Zones
- Out of Heart Rate Zone Alarm
- Calorie-Burn Monitor
- Dual Time Display (12/24 hr. Setting)
- Large Digital Display with EL Backlight
- Fitness Alarm and Hourly Chime
- Count-Down Timer
- Water-Resistant to 50 Meters
- 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Heart Rate Monitors
Sportline Heart Rate Monitors are engineered with highly advanced, patented sensors that cater to a variety of user’s demands. Sportline Heart Rate Monitors offer the latest in performance functions, are easy to use and all are ECG-accurate.
Powered by proprietary monitoring technologies and state of the art designs, Sportline Pedometers deliver unmatched performance and accuracy.
Benefits of Walking:
It's the most popular participation sport in the world. It doesn't take any special skills, advanced condition, special equipment or clothing. All you need is a good pair of walking shoes, comfortable clothes and a pedometer. So, why wait? Join the movement.
- Burns almost as many calories as jogging
- Eases back pain
- Slims your waist
- Reduces heart attack risk
- Slows down osteoporosis bone loss
- And more!
Walking Do's and Dont's:
- See a doctor. Talk to your doctor before beginning an exercise program and get a physical.
- Drink water. Drink before, during and after walking, especially on hot and humid days.
- Eat well. Avoid junk food and all products with high fat and cholesterol. Eat three moderately sized meals a day.
- Choose a smooth, level walking surface. Less fatigue, fewer injuries. Better all around.
- Continue walking if you have chest pains, are overly tired, dizzy, feel pain or experience shortness of breath. See a doctor.
- Walk right after or before meals. Wait two hours after eating to start walking and don't eat for at least 2 minutes after walking.
- Walk outdoors if it is extremely hot, cold or humid. Try walking inside on a track or in a mall.
- Walk on ice or during a lightning storm. Head for cover (but not under a tree).
10,000 Steps a Day
Want to feel better? Want to have more energy? Want to enjoy life more every day? Make it a habit. With the 10,000 Steps a Day program, you can start walking your way to improved health and endurance one step at a time. Your Sportline pedometer can help you keep track of your progress and motivate you to achieve your goal. It's normal for your step totals to vary from day to day, so it's recommended to add up your weekly, not daily, totals.
Heart Rate Training:
How Can My Heart Rate Help Me Get More Out Of Exercise?
Turns out, your heart beat is a pretty big deal.It's actually one of the most important indicators of overall wellness. And it's one of the most effective elements of any fitness program. Your heart rate not only controls your body but also the efficiency of your exercise. By monitoring your heart rate and aiming to stay within your target ranges, you will get the most out of any physical activity.
Your heart rate is the rate at which your heart contracts and is measured in beats per minute. According to the National Institute of Health, the normal adult resting heart rate falls between 60 to 100 beats per minute. To see how your fitness level is progressing over time, measure and track your resting heart rate (before any physical activity) on a weekly basis. As you become more fit, your resting heart rate will get lower.
To get the most out of your physical activity- whether it's walking, dancing or aerobics- you need to make sure you are in your target heart rate zone. The target heart rate zone is typically 50-75% of your maximum heart rate. Find your target zone on the chart below and then spend the majority of your exercise time in that zone to make the most of your effort.
Target Heart Rate Zones
Losing weight and managing to keep it off is a lot easier when you exercise within your target heart rate zone. To determine your target heart rate zone, first subtract your age from 220. That's your maximum heart rate. To get the most out of any exercise, you should target 50% to 80% of your maximum heart rate.
Heart Rate Zones:
- Active Zone (50-60% of maximum heart rate)
Exercising in this zone reduces blood pressure and cholesterol and is ideal for fitness beginners or those on a low-intensity program. Almost all calories burned in this zone are fat calories.
- Training Zone (60-70% of maximum heart rate)
Reaching this zone requires more intense aerobic activity and is perfect for fitness enthusiasts working to burn maximum calories and fat.
- Endurance Zone (70-80% of maximum heart rate)
Exercising in this zone is generally recommended for athletes in training. Primary benefits of this zone are cardiovascular strengthening and elevated caloric burn. Active Zone (50-60% of maximum heart rate) Exercising in this zone reduces blood pressure and cholesterol and is ideal for fitness beginners or those on a low-intensity program. Almost all calories burned in this zone are fat calories.
A Guide To Heart Rate Monitoring:
Who needs a Heart Rate Monitor?
Turns out, your heart beat is a pretty big deal. It's actually one of the most important indicators of overall wellness. And it's one of the most effective elements of any fitness program. Your heart rate not only controls your body but also the efficiency of your exercise. By monitoring your heart rate and aiming to stay within your target ranges, you will get the most out of any physical activity. Your heart rate is the rate at which your heart contracts and is measured in beats per minute. According to the National Institute of Health, the normal adult resting heart rate falls between 60 to 100 beats per minute. To see how your fitness level is progressing over time, measure and track your resting heart rate (before any physical activity) on a weekly basis. As you become more fit, your resting heart rate will get lower.
Why use a Sportline Heart Rate Monitor?
By using a HR watch, you can measure and track the intensity of any workout. Here's why this is important. If your goal for example is to burn fat, you should exercise in the Fat Burning Zone which is a range between 55% and 75% of your maximum heart rate where nearly all the calories you burn come from fat. If you're not working too hard or too lightly, a Sportline heart rate watch will know and keep you in the right zone to achieve your fitness goals faster. And it will even calculate how many calories you've burned at the same time. Sportline Heart Rate Monitors are the easiest to use While there's no debate that anyone committed to a healthy, fit lifestyle should use a heart rate monitor, it is true that most on the market are extremely expensive, very complicated and requires the use of a constricting, irritating chest strap. Sportline Heart Rate Watches are totally different. They are extremely easy-to-use and One-Touch technology means there's no need for a chest strap. With the touch of a button, the watch will display ECG accurate heart rate readings in seconds. Sportline Heart Rate Monitors are ECG accurate Sportline Heart Rate Watches are engineered with highly advanced, patented sensors that ensure readings are accurate as an Electrocardiogram (ECG). These watches are not pulse readers. The internal sensors detect electrical signals emitted from the heart with every beat. Uncomfortable chest straps are no longer needed to deliver ECG level accuracy.
Why should I exercise in specific heart rate zones?
To get the most out of your physical activity- whether it's walking, dancing or aerobics- you need to make sure you are in your target heart rate zone. The target heart rate zone is typically 50-75% of your maximum heart rate. Get to know your target zones (below) and then spend the majority of your exercise time in that zone to make the most of your effort. Active Zone: 50% - 60% of maximum heart rate This zone is ideal for fitness beginners on a low to moderate intensity program. Exercising in this zone reduces blood pressure and cholesterol. Fat Burning Zone: 60% - 75% of maximum heart rate Exercising in this zone strengthens the cardiovascular system and nearly all the calories burned are from fats. Endurance Zone: 75% - 85% of maximum heart rate Reaching this zone requires more intense aerobic activity and is perfect for fitness enthusiasts working to burn maximum calories from fat and carbohydrates. Cardiovascular strengthening, increased metabolism and elevated caloric burn are the primary benefits. Benefits of Heart Rate Monitors - Help develop a more effective exercise program - Alerts you if you are exercising outside (too high or too low) of your target rate - Instructs you to speed up or slow down the exercise machine to keep you on target - Since the two main causes of an improper workout are either working too hard or not hard enough, the monitor can help keep you focused As you get more fit, your heart is able to pump more blood with every beat. As a result, your heart doesn't have to beat as often to get the needed oxygen to your muscles, decreasing resting heart rate and exercise heart rate on all exertion levels.
So why do top athletes use Heart Rate Monitors?
A heart rate monitor gives a precise measurement of exercise intensity. Training at your own ideal pace is made possible with a heart rate monitor. Direct measurement of heart rate during exercise is the most accurate way to gauge performance. Progress can be monitored and measured, increasing motivation. It maximizes the benefits of exercise in a limited amount of time. It introduces objective observation. Are you on the right track? Are you improving? It is a tool for regulating frequency and intensity of workouts. Because of the immediate feedback it provides, heart rate monitoring is an ideal training partner.
Why is a lower heart rate an indication of overall health?
The heart moves blood from the lungs (where the blood picks up oxygen) to the muscles (which burn the oxygen as fuel) and back to the lungs again. The harder the training, the more fuel the muscles need and the harder the heart has to work to pump oxygen-rich blood to the muscles. As you get fitter, your heart is able to pump more blood with every beat. As a result, your heart doesn't have to beat as often to get the needed oxygen to your muscles, decreasing resting heart rate and exercise heart rate on all exertion levels.
Join The Movement
At Sportline, this one idea has driven their growth over the last twenty years. Every day, there are opportunities to improve our fitness and overall wellness. That's why, every step of the way, founders Larry Livingston and Don McClelland kept a vision of simple, performance-rich products that provide unsurpassed accuracy but also fit into your daily lifestyle. From Sportline's start as a small specialty sport timing brand to their current position as a global leader in fitness monitoring instruments, Sportline has provided you with the tools that help you stay motivated and informed in your personal efforts to join the movement.
Activating The Watch From Power Down Mode:
- Please Note: Your watch was originally shipped in Power Down Mode to conserve battery life.
- To deactivate Power Down mode: Press & Hold Any Key for 5 seconds.
Care and Maintenance:
- Never attempt to disassemble or service your unit.
- Do Not expose the unit to extreme heat, shocks, magnetic fields, electrical noise, strong vibration or long-term exposure to direct sunlight.
- Do Not drop or step on the watch.
- To Clean The Unit: wipe with a lightly moistened cloth. Apply mild soap to the area if there are stubborn stains or marks. Do not expose the unit to strong chemicals such as gasoline, cleaning solvents, acetone, alcohol or insect repellents as they may damage the unit’s seal, case and/or finish.
- Store the unit in a dry place when you are not using it.
**For additional instructions and more information, see attached PDF or instruction manual included in Sportline's Solo 925 Heart Rate + Pedometer's packaging.
Before starting any exercise program or performing any vigorous physical activity, Sportline strongly suggests you visit your doctor for a complete physical and to discuss your plans. Caution:
Your watch is designed to be water resistant to a static pressure of 3 ATM and can be worn while showering and light swimming. However, Sportline recommends that extensive use of the unit in the water be avoided whenever possible. Care should be taken not to press any keys while the unit is submerged as this can force moisture past the key seals and damage the unit.Caution:
Avoid exposing your watch to extreme conditions for a prolonged period of time. Caution:
Avoid rough usage or severe impacts to your watch. Do Not
use hand cream as it will insulate the signal between the skin and sensor contacts.Do Not
use the fingertips where the skin is dry and thick. For those with extremely dry skin, moisten fingers and wrist with tap water or a conductive gel.Clean
the Back Cover occasionally by using a damp cloth. Then wipe dry to remove any residual grease.Clean
your skin and fingers with soap and water for a better signal transmission.Avoid
doing awkward motions during measurement. It may create inaccurate heart rate readings.
One (1) Sportline Pink Solo 925 Heart Rate + Pedometer Watch Designed for Women.
- 12- or 24-hour format
- Dual Time
- Daily Alarm
- Heart Rate:
- Single user-selected HR Zone
- HR Zone Alert
- Average Heart Rate
- Steps Goal
- Exercise Time
- 3 Sensitivity Levels
- Calorie Consumption
- 1/100 second resolution
- 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59.99 seconds
- 1-second resolution
- Range: 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59.99 seconds
1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty.
JOIN THE MOVEMENT AT SPORTLINE, THIS ONE IDEA HAS DRIVEN OUR GROWTH OVER THE LAST TWENTY YEARS. EVERY DAY, THERE ARE OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE OUR FITNESS AND OVERALL WELLNESS. THAT'S WHY, EVERY STEP OF THE WAY, FOUNDERS LARRY LIVINGSTON AND DON MCCLELLAND KEPT A VISION OF SIMPLE, PERFORMANCE-RICH PRODUCTS THAT PROVIDE UNSURPASSED ACCURACY BUT ALSO FIT INTO YOUR DAILY LIFESTYLE. FROM OUR START AS A SMALL SPECIALTY SPORT TIMING BRAND TO OUR CURRENT POSITION AS A GLOBAL LEADER IN FITNESS MONITORING INSTRUMENTS, SPORTLINE HAS PROVIDED YOU WITH THE TOOLS THAT HELP YOU STAY MOTIVATED AND INFORMED IN YOUR PERSONAL EFFORTS TO JOIN THE MOVEMENT.
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