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Group High Intensity Interval Training - Heart Zones Smart Heart System

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Heart Zones Smart Hearts System - http://heartzones.com/educators/smart-heart-system/
Chris’ Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/csilcox2
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Jon: Today I’m back here at the park with my buddy Chris to demonstrate something WE find really interesting in the realm of fit tech - for the future of Fitness and Sport. There are all kinds of high intensity interval training programs out there and new gyms popping up all over the place doing High Intensity Interval workouts. So I think this is a relevant time to demonstrate the Heart Zones Smart Heart System which displays groups of individuals’ Heart rates on a Screen - either an iPad, Television, or projector.
Chris: The system can collect Hundreds of Users’ heart rates and assign a color to each box for each user. The color represents what Heart Rate Zone the user is currently in which is based on that users’ Maximum Heart Rate. The Heart Zones From Low to High are Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Red. At each different zone your body is burning different combinations of fuels, and depending on what your specific goals are, you want to work in the appropriate zone. This makes it easy for spinning instructors, PE Teachers, or whoever is teaching whatever class to determine exactly how intense each individual in the group is working, and adjust the level of intensity of the class to the exact zone they are supposed to be in.
Jon: For you tech nerds like myself out there, the hardware works as follows - Chris and I are collecting heart rate data from the