MYZONE

MYZONE

UPCOMING CHALLENGE

The upcoming challenge is in solidarity with UKRAINE!
May 1- 31
Flowers for Ukraine
Join this Spring’s MyZone Challenge in Solidarity to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. We will be accepting donations throughout the month at the Welcome desk, all donations will be made to a charity supporting the war effort in Ukraine. MEPS can be earned in the BLUE and YELLOW zones only. The winner will pick which charity the raised funds will be allocated to!

June 1-30
Facility Face-Off
UVAC is facing off against the Perley Sports and Fitness Center in St. Albans, VT for the month of June. All zones included. Top MEP-earner at the winning facility will take home a MZ-20 Home Scale!

GET A MYZONE ACTIVITY TRACKER FOR BETTER TRAINING
Your MyZone Activity tracker keep records of ALL your workouts with an easy to use app on your smart phone.  It keeps track of your heart rate percentages, calories burned, and MyZone Effort Points (MEPs)!  MEPs are used to make your effort normalized based on age and gender. If you have any questions call 802-296-2850 ex 112 or email ebuck@uvacswim.org

MZ-SWITCH AT THE PRO SHOP
Many improvements from the MZ-3 which include:
1) waterproof and can be used in a pool from lap swimming to classes
2) comfort for all users and as there are three ways to wear it; wrist, forearm and chest
3) customizability-lots of fun band colors to choose from
MZ-Switch retails online at $159.99 and will be $129.99 at UVAC Pro Shop.  The MZ-3 cost will go up to $99.00 unless you are participating in small group training where a band is required. For instance a class like Shed and Shred or working 1/1 personal training, the price will remain at $60.00.

 

 

Here’s what Carey O’Neil has to say about her experience with MYZONE…

“I love my MyZone strap! I love seeing how hard I’m really working. It has made me stronger being able to look up and see the monitor and tell myself that I can work harder and then I do. I love seeing other peoples’ too. After class you can talk to someone and tell them they did great and to keep it up!”