- Jan 22, 2006
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Not at all, your hr should be not much higher than resting, not unless your shower is also a running track or you put a fitness bike in there to do rain HIIT simulation training.Heart rate question here: So when i was showering last night my fitbit versa activated by accident and started some sort of coached workout thing and i noticed my heart rate was pretty high. Is the high heart rate thing normal when taking a hot shower?
I would guess it was an inaccuracy by the watch to be honestNot at all, your hr should be not much higher than resting, not unless your shower is also a running track or you put a fitness bike in there to do rain HIIT simulation training.
In all seriousness, if you hr is really spiking doing mundane activities, I would go see your doctor if I were you, it could be a sign of something rather caught sooner than later.
That's pretty normal with lifting, the hr movement during lifting is too sporatic for wrist based devices in their current form to accurately detect.I suspect so. Sometimes at the gym I'll be busting my hump off and HR is supposedly low
It seems like an easy fix tho, especially since apple and garmin do not have this problem.For the people with fitbits:
Use it whilst you can or before they block fitbits on their system.