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Huawei VO2 Max: Everything you need to know about this fitness feature



Hello! peoples, if you like to stay in touch and updated on the latest Smart Fitness Gadgets then you might have known about the VO2 Max, which you can use in the Huawei smartwatches.

But it is quite new features for some of the users, let’s take a deep look at What is VO2 Max?

The VO2 Max also known as maximal oxygen consumption, maximal oxygen uptake, or maximal aerobic capacity is the measurement of the maximum amount of oxygen a person can utilize during intense exercise.

In simple terms, VO2 Max is a numerical measurement of your body’s ability to consume oxygen. It is a common measurement used to establish the aerobic endurance of an athlete prior to or during the course of training.

Moreover, it is one of the parts of the body fitness that is influenced by things like what number of red platelets you have, how adjusted your muscles are to distance running, and how much blood your heart can pump.

Fitness mentors generally regarded VO2 Max as the best indicator to describe cardiorespiratory fitness. The higher your VO2 Max, the fitter you are and the better your aerobic performance capacity.

This level typically decreases with the increase in your age. The peak time of VO2 Max is at the age of 20s or maybe 30s. After that, it gradually started decreasing 10 percent every 10 years.

Here’s how to boost your VO2 Max to stay fit:

  • Aerobic exercise can help to improve VO2 Max
  • A sedentary lifestyle leads to low cardiorespiratory fitness

Let’s take an example:

If your VO2 Max level is below average for your age group, your fitness age is older than your actual age and vice versa. Therefore 30-year old can have a fitness age between 20 and 79, depending on VO2 Max.

Now, you will be better at the importance of the VO2 Max level and how it is an essential part of your health. It’s great that Huawei Watch GT and Watch GT 2 ability to measure the VO2 Max levels you can keep track of your fitness in the best way possible.

(Via – Huawei)

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