Great app Does what it promises. Extra content (podcasts) is great as well, I enjoy listening those episodes, Jason seems to be passionate about the HRV topic. Most useful application is as expected, to help you decide when to back off, and when to train harder. It's been quite a few times that I woke up feeling sluggish and planned to reduce training, while reading showed I am OK, and yes all those times I could stay on track. It also worked for me the other way, I could see when I should really back off.
Great app Overall I really like the app, and I usually test every morning and base training decisions on the data. I find myself wondering if I've improved since I started using the app. It can graphically show me, but with months of data it's a bit cluttered. A great addition would be a more streamlined way to tell if you've improved your hrv or lowered your hr over time, and celebrate that victory.
Doesn't consistently connect I like this app, and have enjoyed seeing my HRV status as I'm a competitive cyclist. However, recently I can't get it to get readings with my Garmin chest strap. It says connected but then won't take a reading. I've done everything, and I've even trouble shot it with other computers and my chest strap works just fine, so it's definitely the app. That sucks too cause I really like this
I wanted to like it Got this to pair with my Scosche Rhythm+ to use during jiu-jitsu. It's a streamlined and minimalist app that seems to have a lot of features. Unfortunately, the most important feature, the sustained connection to my HRM, is not there. I have run this in conjunction with the much less polished app Pulsometer (ad-supported too) for about two weeks and that one succeeds where this one fails. As such, I part ways with Elite here and hope to revisit it some day when it sorts this issue out.
Awesome app; connection to my Polar H7 much improved Updated in Dec 16: I love the features, graphs, and cloud-based exportable history tracking of this app. This app previously had reliability issues connecting to my Polar H7 heart monitor compared to other apps like Runkeeper, but it's gotten significantly better thanks to recent developer improvements. Hence, upgrading to 5 of 5 star rating.
Very good predictor of how my HIIT days will go. If the Morning Readness is way off, I adjust my schedule. Before HRV some days crossing 95% was beyond intense. Now, still hard but I can get up there and work it. A useful tool.
- Bluetooth Updated
- ANT+ Support
- New Autonomic Nervous System balance gauge
- Wider range of guided breathing speeds
- New educational content, built directly into the app
Light-weight free app for CardioMood HRV. Check your stress. Track recovery.