I suggest Jabra SPORT PULSE
The company introduced the Jabra Sport Pulse – the first wireless headset with built-in sensor to measure heart rate. Novelty can work in tandem with a headset Jabra Sport Life and has the support of the voice guidance, motivating during exercise (English, German and French), as well as technology Dolby Digital. Jabra Sport Pulse modules are equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC, and their design contribute to good anchorage in-ear headphones.
These earbuds have also been built with the outdoor athlete in mind. They are surprisingly durable, and have been designed to resist rain, dust, and the shock that comes with being dropped. Jabra knew that they had to make the Sport Pulse earbuds tough and dependable, and it shows in how well they are constructed.
Since these are wireless earbuds with a heart rate monitor attached, they also have a built-in rechargeable battery. That battery is good for about four hours of life before it needs to be recharged. That means you'll have to remember to plug in and charge yet another device if you want to use these regularly. For me, I can get about three normal workouts from these earbuds before I need to juice them up again. Optimally, I'd love to see the battery life at least doubled, but considering how small these headphones are there will need to be some significant breakthroughs in battery technology to make that happen anytime soon. For now, you'll have to recharge these headphones often, and keep your standard pair of wired earbuds close by just in case. Fortunately, the Sport Life app provides information about the current level of charge on the batteries, which is a good reminder of when it is time to plug them in.
Source: Best Headphones For Running 2017