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PERFORMANCE TRACKER


Show your heart! The 1MR Performance Tracker provides great feedback for the ultimate workout. Training intelligently means using data to guide your workouts. See real time results on our big screens and get an in-depth report emailed right after.


HEART RATE ZONES

HR Zones
Heart rate zones are a percentage range of your maximum heart rate. Each heart rate zone is a measure of intensity and is best suited for different fitness goals.
Maximum HR (MHR)
To estimate your maximum heart rate (MHR), subtract your age from 220. This is a simple way to estimate your MHR. For more accurate results consult with your doctor.
Calculate your MHR
Your Max Heart Rate
bpm

Accordingly, here are your suggested heart rate zones. These are general guidelines and it is important also note your Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE)

HEART RATE ZONES

HR Zones
Heart rate zones are a percentage range of your maximum heart rate. Each heart rate zone is a measure of intensity and is best suited for different fitness goals.
Maximum HR (MHR)
To estimate your maximum heart rate (MHR), subtract your age from 220. This is a simple way to estimate your MHR. For more accurate results consult with your doctor.
Calculate your MHR
Your Max Heart Rate (MHR) is:
bpm

Accordingly, here are your suggested heart rate zones. These are general guidelines and it is important also note your Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE)

Training Intensity MHR BPM Zone What is it good for How it feels RPE*

Max

90-100%
  • Increasing endurance and total exercise capacity
  • Tones neuromuscular system
  • Athlete push
  • Maximum effort
  • Cannot converse
  • Muscle stress
  • Not sustainable for more than a few minutes
  • Exhausting
9-10

Anaerobic

80-90%
  • Increase performance
  • Improve VO2 max(maximal oxygen uptake)
  • Anaerobic training
  • Interval bursts
  • Significant effort
  • Muscular fatigue
  • Heavy breathing
  • Working hard
  • Tough to talk
7-8

Aerobic

70-80%
  • Improve aerobic/cardio fitness and conditioning
  • Calorie burning
  • Endurance
  • Sustainable effort
  • Can still talk in shorter sentences
  • Light muscle fatigue
  • Moderate sweating
5-6

Endurance

60-70%
  • Weight loss and fitness increase
  • Maintenance
  • Easy breathing and muscle effort
  • Can sustain for a long time
3-4

Recovery

50-60%
  • Warm up
  • Recovery
  • Effortless
  • Can talk comfortably
2
MHR BPM Zone What is it good for How it feels RPE*

Max

90-100%
  • Increasing endurance and total exercise capacity
  • Tones neuromuscular system
  • Athlete push
  • Maximum effort
  • Cannot converse
  • Muscle stress
  • Not sustainable for more than a few minutes
  • Exhausting
9-10

Anaerobic

80-90%
  • Increase performance
  • Improve VO2 max(maximal oxygen uptake)
  • Anaerobic training
  • Interval bursts
  • Significant effort
  • Muscular fatigue
  • Heavy breathing
  • Working hard
  • Tough to talk
7-8

Aerobic

70-80%
  • Improve aerobic/cardio fitness and conditioning
  • Calorie burning
  • Endurance
  • Sustainable effort
  • Can still talk in shorter sentences
  • Light muscle fatigue
  • Moderate sweating
5-6

Endurance

60-70%
  • Weight loss and fitness increase
  • Maintenance
  • Easy breathing and muscle effort
  • Can sustain for a long time
3-4

Recovery

50-60%
  • Warm up
  • Recovery
  • Effortless
  • Can talk comfortably
2

Why measure heart rate?


When you exercise, you strengthen your muscles, including your heart. Just like the other muscles in your body, when you challenge your heart to work harder, it becomes stronger.

Heart rate is measured in ‘beats per minute’ or bpm.

Your resting heart rate (RHR), usually measured first thing in the morning when you wake up, can indicate how physically fit you are. Generally speaking, a lower resting heart rate means your heart is more efficient. Depending on your fitness level, the normal range is between 60-80 bpm.

Why measure heart rate?


When you exercise, you strengthen your muscles, including your heart. Just like the other muscles in your body, when you challenge your heart to work harder, it becomes stronger.

Heart rate is measured in ‘beats per minute’ or bpm.

Your resting heart rate (RHR), usually measured first thing in the morning when you wake up, can indicate how physically fit you are. Generally speaking, a lower resting heart rate means your heart is more efficient. Depending on your fitness level, the normal range is between 60-80 bpm.

TRAINING INTENSITY

  • MAXIMUM89%
  • ANAEROBIC55%
  • AEROBIC44%
  • ENDURANCE28%
  • RECOVERY17%

A Comprehensive Report after Every Workout


  • Trends (compared to previous workouts and vs teh group)
  • HR Zone Graph (along time line)
  • Heart Rate Stats (low,high,avg)
  • Training Stats (time in each zone, score/points acc to time spent in each zone)
  • Recovery Stats (time drop from red zone to blue, HR drops in 1&2 minutes)
  • Calories Burned (inc estimated afterburn)

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This durable bag will become an asset to your home fitness routine. Boasting the most advanced recoil technology in free standing bags, in addition to high density PU leather wrap and foam padding, anchored by sand or water filled rounded base.


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HOME FREESTANDING HEAVY BAG

Most advanced features top to bottom



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