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5 Steps to Increase Customer Loyalty and Workout Effort

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 by kes_nee

AFS-FEATURE

Do your clients ever get lost or overwhelmed?  Do you know that feeling?

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Making MYZONE's Heart Rate Monitor Work For You

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 by kes_nee

We had a blast at the 2017 IDEA World Fitness Convention in Las Vegas this year! Thanks to everyone who stopped by the MYZONE booth and participated in the Heart Rate Recovery Game!

Published in trainers, master-trainers, Emily Sopo, Ayla Donlin

Pros and Cons of High-Intensity Exercise

Tuesday, 8 August 2017 by kes_nee

Most fitness enthusiasts really like the idea of high-intensity exercise.  We frequently hear folks talking about how challenging their workout was or how much time they spent in the RED zone—one of the heart rate zones we'll go over soon.

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MYZONE Heart Rate Wearable — Let’s Go Green! | MYZONE

Wednesday, 2 August 2017 by kes_nee

You are probably familiar with the “Go Green” movement of environmentalism; an effort to make our agricultural and industrial practices more sustainable and improve land, water, and air quality.  You may even know the 3 R’s of environmental protection: reduce, reuse, recycle.

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MYZONE Bootcamp: Prepare to be Challenged!

Tuesday, 25 July 2017 by kes_nee

Are you ready to be worked to the edge of your capacity?!?

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Sleep for Optimal Health & Fitness – Part II

Tuesday, 18 July 2017 by kes_nee

In part I of our “Sleep for Optimal Health & Fitness” blog, we covered the importance of sleep and how sleep deprivation can wreak havoc on our bodies. Knowing the amount of sleep your body needs is important, especially if you exercise regularly. MYZONE's heart rate wearable can help you monitor your health habits and aid in keeping you on ...

Published in trainers, master-trainers, Users, Emily Sopo

Fasted Cardio – To Eat or Not to Eat Before Exercise?

Tuesday, 11 July 2017 by kes_nee

One of the most common exercise and nutrition questions we get as trainers is, “should I workout on an empty stomach?”, or more specifically, “should I be doing fasted cardio?”

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100 MEPs — Three Workouts To Get To Your Goals

Thursday, 6 July 2017 by kes_nee

Do you set monthly MEPs goals?  How about MEPs goals for each of your workouts?

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Sleep for Optimal Health & Fitness - Part I

Tuesday, 27 June 2017 by kes_nee

Recovery is a hot topic in fitness, and we’ve explored it in many blogs and Fitness Friday broadcasts—its's the only way to maintain and increase your workout effort. But what about the ultimate form of our body’s recovery – sleep?

Published in trainers, master-trainers, Users, Emily Sopo

Tabata — Where It Came From and What It Is

Wednesday, 14 June 2017 by kes_nee

If you’ve read any of our other blog posts, you know that we’re big proponents of high-intensity interval training (HIIT). Time-efficient, calorie-scorching, and uber-effective, it’s clear that HIIT is a great way to train. Today, we share some insights into one of the most well-known but also misunderstood forms of HIIT – Tabata.

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