THE PRODUCTS

MZ-1

Designed for in-club use.

MZ-3

Designed to be worn during all forms of exercise to track the user's exercise intensity.

MZ-60 Watch

For the exercisers who don’t want to carry their smartphones while working out.

Sports Bra and Compression Shirt

Designed for maximum comfort removing the need to wear a chest strap.

KEY FEATURES

Belt Technology & Memory

The Myzone MZ-1 & MZ-3 utilizes a patented technology leveraging communication protocols such as Analogue (MZ-3 only), ANT + (MZ-3 only) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).
The Myzone MZ-3 stores up to 16 hours of memory for those times when users are out of range and not able to carry a smartphone. During soccer, a Tough Mudder, HIIT session or a run on the beach, their data is stored. Once the user is within range of the Myzone hub or connected to the Myzone app, the data will automatically upload. Please know the MZ-1 does not have any memory and is designed to be used within a class or club environment where the Myzone hub is within close range.

Accuracy

Myzone’s products have been clinically tested to be 99.4% accurate to an EKG machine. The zones of intensity automatically calibrate to the users unique maximize heart rate. As opposed to wrist based heart rate devices, Myzone maintains its accuracy during all forms of exercise, high impact and high intensity included.

Versatility

The Myzone platform provides interoperability with devices such as the Apple Watch, Garmin, and 3rd party apps including MapMyRun, Strava, MyFitnessPal.

Convenience & Comfort

The Myzone module (MZ-1 & MZ-3) comes with a textile-based strap and requires a simple USB recharge every 6 months (pending usage rate), using the charge cable supplied by Myzone via a computer USB.

THE GROUP DISPLAY

  • Simple Installation
  • The Myzone system only requires a screen and internet for each exercise area (indoor cycle room, cardio, Small Group Training area). Existing in-club screens can be utilized with no additional wiring or AV work.

  • Stick PC and Touch Screen
  • There are two ways you can set up the Myzone system within your club:
    1. A Stick PC which plugs directly into a TV via HDMI and requires power and internet.
    2. A touchscreen which is ideal for trainers who would like to interface with the menu before, during or after the workout.

  • TV Monitor
  • Myzone recommends using a minimum 60” monitor to display the Myzone platform. Up to 99 tiles can be displayed on a screen at one time; however, most clubs display 30 tiles on a screen at a time with a rotation set to 5 seconds to scroll through all users. Myzone supports the ability to connect multiple screens via an HDMI splitter.

  • Cycle Class Option
  • Myzone can receive the ANT + signal from Keiser, Start Trac and Schwinn indoor cycling bikes, however to do so an additional bridge is required. The Myzone software will display RPM, Watts, Energy, HR, and will toggle to present watts and energy as a ratio to body weight for Myzone users.

    MYZONE EFFORT POINTS

  • MYZONE EFFORT POINTS
  • The MEP system is used to achieve a level playing field among the Myzone community. Heart rate zones reflect the effort the user is applying, regardless of age or fitness levels. The MEP system makes “time x intensity = effort” easy to understand while measuring the most important aspect of exercise: intensity. Myzone is focused on gamification, and this aspect along with the status levels that have been created add motivation and goals.

    USER INTERFACE

  • Effort Stream
  • Provides live exercise feedback and also uploads stored data.

  • Activity Log
  • Myzone tracks up to 3 years of exercise history, stored as a minute-by-minute analysis of the effort applied.

  • Leaderboard
  • Use the power of a personal network leader board to motivate users each month. Friendly fire is motivating.

  • Social feed
  • Leverage the medium of the ever present ‘social wall’, giving thumbs up and passing comments to workout friends. Social accountability and social motivation drives exercise behaviors, with members connecting with one another as ‘friends’ positively influencing average length of stay.

  • Status graph.
  • The status rank system is based around the World Health Organization's guideline for physical activity and is used as a retention play to drive sustained exercise behaviors. For every month users achieve 1300 MEPs, they progress in status, and for every month they miss, they lose ground.

  • Coach function.
  • Trainers can instantly view and comment on their client's workouts, check up on their activity, keep them accountable for achieving goals and provide corrective, motivating feedback. Since Myzone can be uploaded from anywhere in the world, workout sessions are not limited to the club.

  • Apple Health.
  • Active burn calories, weight, height, BMI, BMR, blood pressure, body fat and heart rate can all be shared with the Apple Health portal.

    USER COMMUNICATION

  • Nurturing of New Users
  • New users are supported by a series of emails that map out the Myzone app and MZ-3 and MZ-1 belt.

  • Automated Post-workout Email
  • After each workout the user is congratulated with a post-workout email, which will include club branding, summarizing their efforts.

  • End-of-Month Summary Email
  • At the end of each month, users receive a summary of all completed workouts that highlights their achievements with relevant content to help prepare them for the next month.

  • Tech Support
  • Users and club staff have access to the Myzone Support team 24/5. The Myzone Support team can be contacted via email at support@myzone.org

    INTUITIVE REPORTING

  • KPI Reports
  • Operators can pull reports on their users in the management portal. Understanding member behavior provides the basis of business intelligence.

  • eCommerce Reports
  • Operators can view online device sales and commissions earned in real-time.

    OPERATOR RESOURCES

  • eLearning
  • Myzone hosts an online education platform to help equip your club staff with knowledge around the value and relevance of the Myzone system from commercial and fitness training perspectives.

  • Marketing Portal
  • Marketing materials are hosted online, with physical and digital collateral available to help operators build awareness around the Myzone system.

  • eCommerce
  • Myzone’s online store allows members and prospective members to purchase products using a unique club discount code. The online store eliminates the need for clubs to hold stock and earns the club commissions that are paid monthly.

  • eSupport
  • 24/5 support via live chat, email and phone.

    BEST PRACTICES

  • Online Sales Promotion Drives Revenue
  • Share your discount URL via email, website and social media to collect monthly commissions and to engage with a wide network through data driven marketing activities.

  • Member Onboarding Tool Drives Retention
  • Incentivize your new members to earn points and reward them after 30, 60 and 90 days. Gamification in this early stage helps drive long term exercise adherence.

  • Gamification Drives Engagement
  • Clubs can leverage group challenges, club vs club challenges and monthly prize draws to create extrinsic rewards for their general membership population.

  • Personal Training Value Add
  • Trainers can use Myzone to keep their clients accountable to their training programs, to measure their performance and improvement.

  • Group Training Value Add
  • Team training is a premium to the membership dues, so use Myzone to justify this higher price by validating the higher calorie burn. This increases the likelihood of the member maintaining their secondary spend in Small Group Training.

    Learn more on how Myzone can impact your profits and drive retention.

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