ithlete Train.Recover.Perform 4+

HRV guided athletic training

HRV Fit Ltd.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.3 • 24 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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An excellent tool for gauging workout intensity... Probably the closest thing we have to a broad indication of overall health - The Telegraph

Know when to train, how hard to train & when to rest in order to optimise health, fitness and athletic performance.

A 60 second measurement each morning will tell you how stressed, recovered and ready for training your body is. Using heart rate variability (HRV), resting heart rate and recovery enablers, such as stress, diet, sleep, and more, ithlete delivers a truly personalised training recommendation that anyone from a recreational runner to an Olympic athlete can use.

The many benefits of having this information (quite literally) at your fingertips include:
• Make the most of every training session
• Manage recovery
• Optimise fitness
• Enjoy guilt free rest days
• Avoid overtraining & injury
• Balance workouts and lifestyle demands
• Improve health, fitness and performance

Getting the right balance between training and recovery is a challenge, even for experienced athletes. Remove the need for guess work by using ithlete and base your training on an objective measure of fatigue and recovery. You will reap the benefits in fitness and performance.

Heart rate variability is a proven window into the body’s nervous system, going beyond a simple resting heart rate (RHR) measure. Training is all about stress and recovery and a hard session will lower your HRV score. By using ithlete to monitor training stress you can adjust sessions according to your body’s current readiness to train, improve and perform.
Simply take a 1-minute measurement every morning and follow the colour coded training recommendation: train as normal, train light or take a rest day. For more about heart rate variability see

• Runner’s World
• Women’s Running
• Cycling Weekly, Cycling Plus
• Triathlon Plus & 220 Triathlon
• Men’s Fitness
• Bloomberg News, Fox News & USA Today
• The Sunday Times Top App List & The Guardian
• Medical Sports Network & Australian Institute of Fitness

The ithlete HRV app requires additional hardware.

Users will need either an ithlete Finger Sensor OR a compatible analog or Bluetooth Smart HRM strap. These are all available from Please see the website FAQs for a full list of compatible models and purchasing options.

Please also note that this HRV app is NOT a heart rate monitor app, which people use during exercise. The ithlete app is an app that uses heart rate variability to indicate your state of fatigue, recovery and readiness to train following a 1 minute morning measure, and it is not used during the actual exercise.

What’s New

Version 4.00

Enjoy the new relaxing theme whilst you do your 1 minute measurement every morning!
Access 100+ blog articles on HRV and training from within the app.
Minor bug fixes and wider compatibility with new Bluetooth sensors.
Let leading HRV app ithlete seamlessly optimise your training. Now free to download & try for 28 days!

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Minmuz ,

Essential training tool

This is essential to training effectively. Great app

GcAquatic ,


Waste of time and money. The app is very glitchy, freezing on multiple occasions just trying to login/sync. Will not take a reading with 2 different Bluetooth HR straps. I want a refund.

Developer Response ,

Hi, ever so sorry to hear you are having trouble. Please do email us for assistance, or we would of course arrange a refund if we can't help. All the best, Laura

supermegashiny ,

Useful tool

All of that, but can on occasion be maddening to get a hr to register...

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback supermegashiny :)
There are some useful tips on our FAQ page under Quick Start Guides & Tips which may help with measurement ease:
Best, Laura

App Privacy

The developer, HRV Fit Ltd., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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