Thanks to our selfloops repeaters we are able to track heart rate monitors in large areas with a lot of people. Registered users are automatically recognized and tracked. Full report and analysis available after the workout.
Club owners that use Mindbody can now easily import their clients in Selfloops. This seamless experience allows to offer Selfloops services to the club existing customers. There will not be the need to manage users in two different platforms. Furthermore, it is possible to import all users on Selfloops or just a selected number of customers to which you want to add our services.
Mindbody is one of the most popular services to manage fitness clubs. It has online booking, acts as point of sale, manages staffs and resources, produces a variety of reports, offer client relationship tools, marketing tools and many other features to manage a club.
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We are happy to announce that we have included the support for Moxy.
Moxy is an innovative device that uses infrared light to continuously monitor oxygen saturation (SmO₂) levels in the muscles of athletes while they exercise.
Oxygen is the fuel that drives the muscle, and Muscle Oxygen levels are constantly changing.
Moxy is used to assess athletes, guide their training, and hone their performance during competition. It helps identify optimal training intensity zones and provides feedback on the physiologic systems limiting performance.
Now with SelfLoops you can analyze how the Total Hemoglobin Concentration (THb measured in g/dL) and the Percentage of hemoglobin saturated with oxygen (Smo2 %) vary while exercising.
These are additional metrics that can be used to evaluate and measure your trainings.
Since Moxy conforms to the ANT+ Muscle Oxygen profile, we have added this profile to our indoor bike power training service. Basically, train with our app, automatically upload your data on SelfLoops and get all the analysis on your workout, including THb and and Smo2, on the SelfLoops website.
You can only improve what you measure!
We now have a set of advanced metrics for runners. There is the Pace of course, but also the GAP (Grade Adjusted Pace) that estimates an equivalent pace when running on flat land. Because running uphill requires extra effort, the GAP shown will be faster than the actual pace you ran. When running downhill, the GAP will be slower than the actual pace. As a reference for GAP, see for example “Pace and Critical Gradient for Hill Runners: An Analysis of Race Records“, Anthony Kay.
In addition there are the Splits, Laps and the possibility to select areas to analyze in more detail.