Heart Rate Training

Heart Rate Training

We track Heart Rate to ensure that we are training in the desired HR zones. Each different HR zone is important for obtaining different results in training, such as fat loss or increased VO2 efficiency. HR tracking also works to eliminate the possibility of over-training, which can cause injury. Additionally, consistently tracking HR delivers detailed and accurate results, more so than other methods of tracking, and using this information one can monitor and even improve training effectiveness.

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Member Highlight: Lee Owens

Member Highlight: Lee Owens

I am an example of how it is never too late to start living a healthy lifestyle. I didn’t start running and exercising until I was 40 years old. My first run from my house was 1 1/2 mile, and I almost had to walk. Fast forward 8 years, and over 10,500 miles later, I am training for marathon #11 on March 24th 2018. I still have my #1 running goal of qualifying for the Boston Marathon. In order to achieve this, I will have to run in under 3 hours and 30 minutes.

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