LeisureFit Booragoon to introduce MyZone tracking system


Greg Sharland, Kay Jones and Matt Pryce. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d475675
Greg Sharland, Kay Jones and Matt Pryce. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d475675

VISITORS to LeisureFit Booragoon will have the ability to see in real time how hard they are pushing themselves, with the City of Melville to introduce the MyZone tracking system on Wednesday.

It works by having gym-goers wear a monitor that sends their readings to screens around the centre.

It shows users what heart-rate zone they are in, allowing them to increase or lower their effort to obtain maximum results.

The data is also recorded within personal activity reports, which can be accessed through the MyZone website or a free app.

Mayor Russell Aubrey said specific small-group training classes utilising the technology were on the cards.

He said the introduction of technology followed other recent upgrades, including the expansion of the LeisureFit Booragoon gym to include a dedicated free weight area and speciality athletic training equipment.

Members can test the tracker on a free 30 day trial, or purchase the belt for $99.

It is one of a number of initiatives the centre is running throughout November.

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