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Motifaith fitness offers a variety of different workout formats in the our newly designed private training studio. You can burn 800 calories or more in 45 minutes with our heart-rate based interval M45 training programs.
Heart-Rate monitors are used with the M45 small group training classes and our personal training sessions. Your heart-rate is shown throughout the training studio for easy viewing and your results are sent to your inbox immediately at the end of your workout. 
HR Monitoring Display
Train smarter with heart-rate zones

Our heart rate tracking system provides live feedback during your workout.

1. Your nickname

2. Points earned

3. Current heart-rate

4. Percentage of max heart-rate

5. Calories burned

6. Color of heart-rate zone (Zone 4) 







Heart Rate Very Light Zone
Heart Rate Light Zone
Heart Rate Moderate Zone
Heart Rate Hard Zone
Heart Rate maximum zone

Zone 1 : Very Light

50 - 60 % of your maximum heart rate

Training in this zone encourages the flow of blood, which is optimal for maintaining a healthy heart and recovering after a difficult workout. 

Zone 2 : Light

60 - 70 % of your maximum heart rate

Training in this zone enhances endurance and the efficentcy which you use fat and carbohydrates as fuel.

Zone 3 : Moderate

70- 80 % of your maximum heart rate

Training in this zone helps delay fatigue caused by lactic acid. This kind of training is made up of moderate exercise, which helps improve aerobic fitness. 

Zone 4 : Hard

80 - 90 % of your maximum heart rate

Training in zone 4 should be done in short bouts. These high intensity workouts improve maximum performance capacity.

Zone 5 : Maximum 

90 - 100 % of your maximum heart rate

Training in this zone is not recommended for inexperienced athletes, and it should only be done for short periods of time. These workouts assist athletes with their top-end speed development and performance. 

Heart Rate

Heart-rate zone training provides real time, continuous , dynamic representation of the physiological response to exercise

Helps prevent injury caused by overtraining

Increases training efficiency & effectiveness through tracking performance below, at or above target heart rate zone

Allows individuals to track progress

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