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[RC] [RC] [Guest] HRM Recommendation for Endurance Beginners - Deanna German

Hi Sharon,

My advice is to take what little money you have and put it into great
fitting tack, a really good saddle pad or a trip to the saddler to make your
current tack fit better.

Then while you're saving up for a HRM for your advanced training, you can be
working on building those bones, tendons and muscles that take far longer to
condition than does the aerobic system. :-)

Deanna (Ohio)
AERC #M30478


Sharon Kenney sharon1359@xxxxxxxxxxx

Can anyone tell me what is the best value HRM for a beginner to buy?  There
are so many kinds!

Also, my friend and I don't have a lot of cash, so we are considering
buying just one, and taking turns using it from one training ride to the
next.  Are there any reasons we shouldn't do that?

Does anyone have a used HRM that would fit the bill, and that they'd like
to sell?

If you would like to reply to me directly, my address is

Thank you very much!

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