MVP Zone Gold is a 60-minute heart rate interval training class. In class, participants wearing a personal heart rate monitor can visually see their live heart rates on a big screen. The instructor will guide the class on the five heart rate zones and the different health and training benefits of each.
Participants are able to visually see how their exercise efforts are affecting them, giving the opportunity to maximize their experience and results. The workouts include intervals of cardiovascular, strength and resistance training. On average, participants burn from 400 to 1,000 calories per workout and will continue to burns calories for up to 36 hours post workout!
No, there is no registration for MVP Zone Gold. Classes are first come, first serve with limited spots available.
MVP Zone Gold class is FREE for all MVP Well-Fit Members. However, each participant will need a personal Polar Heart Rate Monitor (H6 or H7) in order to attend. These monitors are available for purchase in the retail area.
Classes are first-come, first-serve with limited availability. Each participant will need a personal Polar Heart Rate Monitor (H6 or H7) to attend.
We suggest all first-time participants arrive to class 15 minutes prior to start time. MVP Zone Training Instructor will go over the premise of the class, what to expect, the benefits of heart rate interval training and how to have the best and most effective workout.
Yes, participants must have a personal Polar Heart Rate Monitor (H6 or H7) to attend the class. MVP Zone Gold is based around the five heart rate zones provided by the Polar Heart Rate Monitor product and technology. This specific technology allows each participant’s zones to be displayed and followed throughout the class. Extra straps will not be available to loan participants.
YES!! The workout is based on each participant’s individual heart rate, therefore all fitness levels are encouraged to attend.
Prior to attending your first class, you need to create a personal account through https://flow.polar.com/ . This will allow your heart rate percentages and zones to be displayed correctly on the monitor throughout the class.