Why is the heartrate recorded in the ECG so much higher than that reported from the HR sensor. Also, how can the HR sensor truly be continuous when it is set and does not record continuously?
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As far as continuous HR, I was talking about gaps in my HR data during a workout. I walk every day and have for 6 years since my heart required some spare parts. This isn't a new topic, but seems it hasn't been resolved.
As far as the difference in readings that I was talking about, if I'm sitting and my Heart Rate goes up, I can feel it. So I look at the reading. Let's say it reads 85. SO... I do an ECG (WITH THE WATCH) and It says the HR is 120. Those are the differences I was talking about... nothing to do with different equipment. BOTH ARE FROM THE WATCH!