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Timing

5-20-5: 5 minutes of warm up, 20 minutes ZONING, 5 minutes cool down 4 times a week.

Effort

Blue-Yellow-Red: Blue is easy, Yellow is moderate, Red is hard effort.

Variety

Change-It-Up Every time the music or instructions change, you change your effort.

Programs & Products

ZONING is a health and fitness program with a companion line of complimentary products. The program follows three easy steps:

  1. Timing: 5 minutes-20 minutes-5 minutes.
  2. Variety: You need to change-it-up with different activities and different levels of effort (intensity).
  3. Effort: You will be moving in the Blue Zone for 5 minutes, the Yellow zone for 20 minutes and the Red zone for what is healthy for you.

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What is ZONING?

ZONING is a patented cardio-program developed by Sally Edwards, MBA, MA and certified Physical Educator, that uses colors and numbers to show you how hard (effort) that you are working out. Watch this video.
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Weight Loss with ZONING

If you are ready to lose some weight (or a lot of fat) there's no better way than to focus on fitness, to focus on ZONING. 30-minutes a day in the moderate Yellow zone with your BLINK heart watch and you are on your way to success. 9735768225

ZONING Workouts

Walk, dance, skate, bike, move-fun, swim, indoor cycle, treadmill, water aerobics - ZONING is any activity that follows the 3 easy steps of ZONING fitness. Watch the video of the "Put on Your Blue Suede Shoe" workout.
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ZONING Blog

The Three Zones of ZONING

June 4, 2015

Top 10 Reasons to Love the Blue ZoneZONING is a fun and easy way to take your heart rate numbers and give them meaning - context. The ZONING methodology uses the 3 red, yellow, and blue heart zones — expressed in ranges of heart rate or BPM numbers— to indicate easy, moderate and hard work or effort. It’s useful to think about the boundaries between these zones, too. These boundaries or “thresholds” are known as “T1” (“threshold one”) and “T2”. According to Dr. Carl Foster, T1 is the dividing line between the easy blue zone and the moderate yellow zone. Similarly, T2 divides the moderate yellow zone and the hard red zone. The important thing to remember with the thresholds and the zones is that they are dynamic — they change with changes in fitness. Training in different zones creates different health effects that can only be derived by training in that particular zone. Red zone workouts, for example, don’t create Yellow or Blue zone results. The Blue Zone: The Blue zone is the easiest of the 3 zones. Training in the Blue zone helps lower blood pressure, cholesterol levels, body fat. The Blue zone improves overall health, though it doesn’t do a lot to increase aerobic capacity.you can talk easily in this zone and experience little to no discomfort. For those familiar with the Rate of Perceived Exertion, or RPE scal… Continue reading»

 

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