App DescriptionMonitoring your heart rate during workouts is extremely useful for staying in optimum aerobic range for exercise efficiency, but heart rate alone only tells part of the story. Heart rate is a response to the amount of work one is doing but because each individual reacts to exercise differently, and many outside variables exist, there needs to be a more accurate way to measure the actual power output of your workout.
Luckily, there is a well-understood direct correlation between heart rate and power intensity and by utilizing laboratory proven algorithms and the iMazePower app, you can now have an accurate and quantifiable measurement of your exercise power output (Watts) measured over a given time.
Used in conjunction with the iMaze Power HR strap, you can monitor heart rate and power intensity output simultaneously in real-time to make sure that you are operating at maximum efficiency and getting the most out every one of your workouts.
- Monitor heart rate and power intensity in real-time See heart rate in BPM (beats per minute) and power intensity (watts) while you workout
- Display heart rate and power intensity simultaneously on the same graphic
Get a simple visual graph of your heart rate and its real time correlation with power intensity
- Set training zones for power intensity (min/max)
With user-set parameters, you can establish a power intensity zone to maintain an optimal training level.
- Set the time scale of the graph to adapt to different training profiles
Set the time scale to match your workout intervals
- improve regularity of movements or exercise techniques.
By maintaining the same graph profile for repeated movements, you can optimize your techniques.
- Measure personal improvement from workout to workout
By monitoring your results after each workout, you can measure if you are exerting more or less effort for a given exercise and adjust your workout to reach your goals faster.
- Calibration of the iMaze HR Power Meter
For advanced users who wish to custom calibrate their equipment
July 15, 2013 Initial Release