Look good, feel good

In the Observer’s “Look good, feel good” feature, the MZ-3 activity belt is included as the best way to “keep tabs on your fitness regime”. The belt is placed in the middle of the page as the most striking piece in the feature. The Observer reaches a sophisticated readership of metropolitan professionals and provides an
The Zone Match update is announced on Morph Magazine’s website, where the device is praised for “rewarding effort and creating bespoke targets for users.”. The piece describes the new addition to the app as “absorbing, entertaining and utterly motivating”. It adds that “each Zone Match class result is rateable and shareable across your Myzone connections.”,

Instagram

Ricki Hall shares a picture of his MZ-3 heart rate monitor belt on his Instagram stories, writing that he “can’t wait to start using my @myzonemoves”. Whether you are a fan of modelling, fashion, or manly beards, Ricki Hall brings it all to the table in a way that the world has never seen before.
The Zone Match update is announced on Pocket-lint. It is coveted as “one of its biggest features” now available for personal use, “so you can workout wherever you are and help reach your fitness goals.”. The review notes that “Myzone’s philosophy is that by turning workouts into games, you’re more likely to try harder and

Stuff

The Myzone MZ-3 heart rate monitor belt features in the Stuff pages of Men’s Fitness. This is a monthly page rounding up “MF’s pick of the best new clothes, kit and products for the active man.”. Myzone takes centre stage for its ability to “get accurate, real-time feedback on your performance so you know when
The Myzone MZ-3 is featured in this roundup of helpful tech that “will keep you right on track”. Myzone’s heart rate monitor is the only one to be featured in the roundup. Katie Strick highlights the “99.4 per cent accuracy” and “in-built memory” which means “you can make each session count even when you’ve not
The Myzone MZ-3 is featured in this roundup of helpful tech that “will keep you right on track”. Myzone’s heart rate monitor is the only one to be featured in the roundup. Katie Strick highlights the “99.4 per cent accuracy” and “in-built memory” which means “you can make each session count even when you’ve not
In marieclaire.co.uk’s Fathers Day gift guide, the Myzone Compression T-Shirt is featured. Along with a stunning lifestyle image, pricing information and a click through to Myzone’s website, the compression t-shirt is the only fitness product included in the roundup.
Myzone is a wearable fitness tracker that shows and rewards effort when you exercise. It analyses your potential based on your maximum heart rate and then creates bespoke targets just for you.

Pick ‘n’ Mix

In a round-up of must-have cycling accessories, the MZ-3 belt is featured as the only fitness tracker on the page. During exercise, “the Myzone will dependably record your suffering, and thanks to its in-built 16-hour memory, can do so independently of a Bluetooth-paired device and companion app”. Founded in the Autumn of 2012, Cyclist was

Measure of Success

In an article about the data-driven approach to workouts and how it can help you become “fitter, faster and stronger”, the MZ-3 belt is featured as one of the best fitness trackers to use. Included at the bottom of the page with an image of the vibrant red belt, it is clearly one of the

Get Technical

In a stunning fashion spread about the best fitness accessories that “aren’t just about the looks” but “can help you train harder, faster and stronger…”, the MZ-3 fitness tracker stars as a fantastic addition to your gym kit. The belt is featured on the second page of the article and is clearly visible in the
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