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SOURCE: Heart Rate Watch Company
Heart Rate Monitors for Newbies is a new e-book by world record holder and author Rusty Squire produced exclusively for the Heart Rate Watch Company.
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
Heart Rate Monitors for Newbies is a newly published e-book by world record holder Rusty Squire and you can receive a complimentary copy at the Heart Rate Watch Company's website.
"Our bookkeeper Tarie Beck has worked with me for over a decade and she asked me to publish a book like this, so I did," says Squire. He adds, "Hopefully it will spread a lot of truths and some wisdom on heart rate monitors by helping people make better choices."
"We have sold Polar heart rate monitors, Garmin GPS watches, Suunto, Timex and other brands for sometime, so we see first hand the questions people have daily," says Squire. He adds, "We are also testing products daily with testers John Yarington, elite Nordic skier Brandy Stewart and Team Rockford bike team which is sponsored by Garmin and ourselves in combination."
The book covers many topics including: 1.) how to select a heart rate monitor, 2.) why age based maximum heart rate calculations do not work, and 3.) the reality of using a heart rate monitor for weight loss. "We've kept this e-book down to 12 pages, so it is a quick read and loaded with information to help consumers make better decisions," says Squire.
Squire has previously published two successful e-books entitled, "How to Successfully Use a Heart Rate Monitor" and "How to Elevate Fitness with Strength and Interval Training". Both of these books are also available as complimentary downloads at the Heart Rate Watch Company's website.
"We are totally committed to bringing consumers the very best in products, resource tools and advice," says Squire, adding that, "The success of our methods lies in decades of proven fitness results which is why we are the leader in fitness electronics."
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