iQniter Cardio Training Helps Multiple Users Track Their Exercise

iQniter Cardio Training Helps Multiple Users Track Their Exercise images: FITPARTNER.DK 

Suunto's iQniter Cardio Training is a valuable addition to any group fitness activity. It tracks the heart rate of multiple participants, motivates them to keep exercising, and makes training sessions safer and more engaging.

The iQniter Cardio Training, developed by the Finnish company Suunto, is a system designed to wirelessly track the heart rate of multiple users during a group workout session. The cloud-based software used by the system provides fitness instructors, health and fitness club operators, and members with a visual insight into their performance, which makes the sessions more social and fun for participants. At the same time, the system delivers a good return on investment to fitness club owners and gives them a competitive edge.

The system supports individual and group cardio training and is designed to provide individual feedback to users and to motivate them. Fitness trainers are provided with graphical session planning tools, which include sharing of workout sessions and Cue Cards.

The successor to the Suunto Fitness Solution, the iQniter Cardio Training helps trainers and fitness instructors take their group classes to the next level, allowing them to monitor the group's heart rate in real time. This makes fitness classes safer and more efficient for gym goers, and motivates them to push themselves more during workout sessions.

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The iQniter Cardio Training also provides a unique personal training report after each workout, which has a positive effect on member retention and makes the system a popular choice among fitness clubs around the world.

Founded in 1936, Suunto is a leading developer of equipment for outdoor adventurers. Along with heart rate monitoring systems, the company's range of products includes sports watches and dive computers. Suunto is based in Vantaa, Finland and employs over 400 people worldwide. The company has sold its products in more than 100 countries. Like its sister brands Arc'teryx, Wilson, Precor, Salomon, Atomic and Mavic, it is a subsidiary of Amer Sports Corporation.

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