CardioZone is a training methodology for fitness enthusiasts who use heart rate monitors. By integrating previous methods of heart rate zone training with two subjective assessments the CardioZone programme redefines the functionality of a heart rate monitor.
CardioZone introduces a field assessment technique for more closely approximating target heart rate to Ventilatory Threshold (VT) using the Cardiosport Perceived End Point (PEP) evaluation. The CardioZone programme improves the capability of trainers to use heart rate monitors more effectively than ever before, optimizing training for specific health and fitness goals.
With the CardioZone programme, trainers will;
Learn to use heart rate information to design and supervise client exercise programmes
Structure exercise sessions with more appropriate target heart rates
Monitor the effectiveness of training and fine tune exercise sessions with feedback that is unique to each client
Avoid suboptimal training (under or overtraining) intensity
Best of all, turn subjective feedback, unique to each client, into quantifiable data that you can measure, record, test and evaluate performance.
CardioZone Training Programme is used by sports teams and personal trainers around the world helping athletes reach their peak physical condition.
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I used CardioZone to help my clients train for the Ironman. They were already fit and strong athletes used to training hard, but incorporating CardioZone training programme really helped their cardiovascular performance. It is especially helpful being able to track their improvements over time.
CardioZone worked brilliantly for me and helped my customers lose weight and reach their goals. It worked so well with my Spinning classes, I could see the exact percentage of maximum heart rate for each member of the class and how long they were training there. This data is vital for running a group class who all have slightly different weight loss and fitness goals.
San Diego, USA
I have been using CardioZone in my training routine for a number of years, it's a great way of exercising using science. It works with a traditional heart rate monitor, an app or smart watch just as well.