DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR TRAINING
Our mobile application combines the heart rate of both the rider and the horse into a visual and measurable form. In addition, it is possible to measure and illustrate, for example, the route and speed.
Use the analyzed data for goal setting and coaching plans.
Rider’s and horse’s heart rate and video
By following the horse’s heart rate during and after the training, you will get important information about your horse’s performance and notice
injuries, illnesses or fatigue in time. The heart rate also indicates the condition of the horse in general.
The horse owner should know their horse’s rest and maximum heart rate, and take into account any changes in the heart rate.
Collect videos and exercise data to your training log for analysis
The heart rate data can be used to plan the strain and workload of exercise and to follow the development of the horse’s performance and fitness. The faster the horse’s heart rate drops, and on the other hand to achieve the maximum heart rate, more fit the horse usually is.
Heart rate data can also be utilized in training canter or measure the heart rate during a dressage test. In fitness training, good development can be seen as lower heart rate in relation to the length and velocity of the distance determined, or a decreased heart rate during a competition.
Data is collected systematically to Trainer4Riding training log, and the analysis and monitoring the changes is very convenient.
When your horse is exposed to changes – for example, when travelling, changing the environment, equipment, exercises or rider – the horse’s heart rate may be unusually high. The heart rate tells you how your horse adapts to change, and you can customize exercises to make it easier for the horse to cope.
Horse’s resting heart rate is about 25-40 bearts min and a maximum heart rate above 220 beats/min. Exercise does not affect the horse’s rest or maximum heart rate unlike in humans, and the heart rate is always unique. Therefore, clear detection of changes is possible and quick access to potential problems.
Distance, time, route, video
You can collect information about length (km), ride speed (min/km or m/min), duration of exercise (h) and routes (visual map). With the information,for example the duration of the exercise and the riding speed you can estimate the horse’s the condition and development, as well as exercises overall strain and workload.
The data is automatically saved in the Trainer4Riding training log. The collected information can be monitored and analyzed on week, month and yearly levels.