In this edition of the SportsArt Industry Insider, we take a look at the MyZone app and how it tracks several fitness metrics for its user.
MyZone is a heart rate monitor based fitness/activity tracking system. It uses a heart rate monitor and MyZone effort points (MEPs) to quantify the intensity of physical activity. Real-time physical activity level can be displayed on a MyZone watch, accompanying application, on screens in participating gyms, or a host of other third party applications and devices such as Apple Watch, Garmin, and MyFitnessPal.
The MZ-3 physical activity belt provides 99.4% accuracy with respect to an ECG/EKG machine. Additionally, the MZ-3 can store up to 16 hours of physical activity for those times where you don’t want to bring your smartphone along. MyZone is available in a variety of gym settings, providing viewing screens for live activity tracking as well as enabling the user to view the data live on the MyZone application or MZ-50 watch. Data can also be examined afterward in the application to view previous workouts, total MEPs earned over a period, and trends in physical activity level. The MyZone system encourages users to push themselves towards a higher percentage of their maximal heart rate, earning more MEPs, and competing with themselves and others via an online community.
Keeping track of your health is becoming easier than ever and fitness facilities are being built with this technology in mind. This not a fad – it’s an industry trend set to influence the market for the long run. Do you have any fitness apps that help you keep track of your personal wellness? We’ve got a blog sharing
Do you have any fitness apps that help you keep track of your personal wellness? We’ve got a blog sharing three apps that can help keep you fit and entertained, rather than just sticking your nose to the proverbial grindstone. Keep an eye on this space for more SportsArt Industry Insiders!