HEART RATE ZONE OVERVIEW
- Morpheus is the only heart rate training system in the world that uses 3 dynamic and personalized heart rate zones.
- Your entry of fitness level, max heart rate, and anaerobic threshold into the settings of the Morpheus app is what sets your initial heart rate zones.
- The 3 zones, called Recovery (blue), Conditioning (green), and Overload (red) change daily based on your recovery score.
Accelerate Your Recovery
- High-intensity training and stress are what breaks your body down, but you need recovery to build it back up and make it bigger, stronger, faster and in better shape than ever. Add a whole new type of training into your program: Rebound Training.
- Based on your recovery level each day, Morpheus gives you a targeted blue zone to train in. Get in your blue zone for as little as 20 minutes and it’ll help push your body into the recovery state and accelerate your recovery, and your fitness to a whole new level.
Elevate Your Conditioning
- For the first time, training to improve conditioning is as simple as it gets. No more confusion about what heart rates to train at, which zone you should be in, or what types of intervals are best. Morpheus takes the guesswork out of your conditioning.
- All you have to do is design your workouts to keep you in the green zone and you can watch your conditioning steadily increase. Training in the green zone adds a whole new dimension to your training and makes it easier than ever to elevate your conditioning in record time.
- One of the most common challenges people face when trying to improve their fitness is knowing where their true limits are. Competition is in our DNA and the intensity-driven mindset has made it more popular than ever to push ourselves to the brink of exhaustion in every workout.
- Finding the right balance between training, stress and recovery and the red zone is a key part of avoiding overtraining and the problems that come with it. The Morpheus red zone, known as the overload zone, was designed to give you a clear picture of where your limits are each day to help you make sure you don’t push past them.
To see your zones for a particular day, tap the TRAIN quadrant and then toggle to ZONES.
Here's an example of how your zone may differ based on different levels of recovery score %