How to Track Results Using Myzone

Our Myzone belts have much more to offer than simply seeing your tile while you’re exercising in the club.

Have you ever tried looking around the Myzone app? You can check the “My Stats” feature in the bottom left corner of the Myzone app homepage. This allows you to monitor your progress toward your MEPs goal, and to view your weekly, monthly, yearly, and total MEPs earned and total calories burned.

In this section there is also an arrow on the right side that can be dragged to the left and you can track your weight – current and target weight – enabling easier goal tracking. Have you been burning more calories this month compared to last month? Did you workout more frequently last month compared to this month? These questions can be answered in the “My Stats” section.

Tap the “Home” icon on the home screen and you will see your workout graphs and anyone else that you have connected with. In the upper left corner is a tiny calendar icon, click that and then select the calendar icon again that moved to the top right hand corner. This shows you each day you worked out during a specific month and the overall percent effort that was given during that workout, illustrated by a myzone color, such as a green circle when the workout was an average of 74% effort. You can click on a specific circle and it will show you the graph for that workout. Another helpful tip is to name your workouts. When you see your workout graph on the app, there will be a small pencil icon in the bottom right corner of the graph and that will allow you to “Rename Move.” This can be helpful for tracking your progress as well. You can do a tough workout, then do the same workout again a month later and look back on your calendar and see if your graph has improved. If you were in the yellow last month and now you are in the green for the same workload, that means your exercise capacity has improved!

Try to use the acronym of “FIT” – Frequency, Intensity, and Time –  to challenge yourself and set new goals. Try to focus on progressing only one variable at a time in order to improve your fitness in a maintainable way. Start with increasing Time, then either Frequency or Intensity.

One of the best ways to monitor consistency in your fitness progress is to keep an eye on your Myzone status. You can check on your status in the “My Stats” section on the homepage of the app. If you continue to earn a minimum of 1300 MEPs for the month, you will gradually move up in your Myzone status. You will start with Iron status and work your way up to Hall of Fame status. If you do not earn 1300 MEPs for two consecutive months, you will lose your current Status, dropping down to your most previous status. Consistency is key, so your Myzone status is a metric to feel really proud of!

Blog written by our Myzone Community Manager, Casey Cordon.

Tap the “Home” icon on the home screen and you will see your workout graphs and anyone else that you have connected with. In the upper left corner is a tiny calendar icon, click that and then select the calendar icon again that moved to the top right hand corner. This shows you each day you worked out during a specific month and the overall percent effort that was given during that workout, illustrated by a myzone color, such as a green circle when the workout was an average of 74% effort. You can click on a specific circle and it will show you the graph for that workout. Another helpful tip is to name your workouts. When you see your workout graph on the app, there will be a small pencil icon in the bottom right corner of the graph and that will allow you to “Rename Move.” This can be helpful for tracking your progress as well. You can do a tough workout, then do the same workout again a month later and look back on your calendar and see if your graph has improved. If you were in the yellow last month and now you are in the green for the same workload, that means your exercise capacity has improved!

Try to use the acronym of “FIT” – Frequency, Intensity, and Time –  to challenge yourself and set new goals. Try to focus on progressing only one variable at a time in order to improve your fitness in a maintainable way. Start with increasing Time, then either Frequency or Intensity.

One of the best ways to monitor consistency in your fitness progress is to keep an eye on your Myzone status. You can check on your status in the “My Stats” section on the homepage of the app. If you continue to earn a minimum of 1300 MEPs for the month, you will gradually move up in your Myzone status. You will start with Iron status and work your way up to Hall of Fame status. If you do not earn 1300 MEPs for two consecutive months, you will lose your current Status, dropping down to your most previous status. Consistency is key, so your Myzone status is a metric to feel really proud of!

Blog written by our Myzone Community Manager, Casey Cordon.

MYZONE is a new innovative heart rate based system that uses wireless and cloud technology to accurately and conveniently monitor physical activity. It monitors heart rate, calories, time and MYZONE Effort Points (MEPs), with a focus on rewarding effort rather than fitness. MYZONE boosts motivation and exercise enjoyment by providing instant and ongoing feedback helping people of any shape, size, age or interest to get more active anywhere. Learn more about MyZone.

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