iQniter training device for biking at home or in gym Whatever your sport, iQniter Smart Sensor Belt measures your heart rate with great comfort and accuracy. If you are out…
Iqniter - strenous training
Who is iQniter
iQniter is a Danish company who has developed equipment and software solutions for training in gyms and at home.
We are changing our profile, so we now also support individuals that struggle with severe conditions and symptoms.
Training helps whatever state you are in now. So if you step up for yourself and use the time to excersise, we can help you to succeed.
Strenuous training can reduce symptoms , reducing adrenaline
With the iQniter app you can train at home when it suits you.
Choose from 100´s of sessions prepared by leading instructors. Whatever the purpose of your training, you will find a session that suits you.
Based on your heart rate, the app helps you to optimize your training. The points you collect while you train keeps you motivated to train so you succeed with your goals.
You need your heart rate device and the iQniter app installed on your mobile.
Why heart rate training works
”It is only with the heart that one can see rightly”
quote from the story ”The Little Prince”.
The truth in this quote is also the foundation of iQniter. We have built our training platform based on your heart rate as it is the most precise human measurement of how well we perform during a workout.
By tracking your heart rate, iQniter guides you to perform better. If you train too hard the app will tell you to slow down and if you train inefficiently it will guide you to increase intensity.
All based on your heart rate
iQniter Smart Sensor Belt
This Comfortable heart rate sensor with a black belt in size M, is perfect for most types of sport. It can be connected to the app or bikes supporting Bluetooth when training in your fitness club or to other Bluetooth Smart devices when training at home (watches, mobile phones (iOS, Android, Windows) and their apps.
Whatever your sport is, iQniter Smart Sensor Belt measures your heart rate with great comfort and accuracy.
Train efficiently with your heart rate
Your heart rate is the best human indicator to show your how well you perform as it reacts within seconds to a change in intensity.
iQniter measures your heart rate from your device and based on the chosen profile tells you how well you perform.
If you lose intensity the arrow in the hygrometer will drop and instruct you to increase intensity and if the intensity is too high the app will instruct you to slow down.
The longer you stay in the green zone in the hygrometer the more efficient your training is.
NEW RESEARCH COLLABORATION
We are very pleased to announce that iQniter equipment and software has been selected to be used in a research project at Aalborg University.
The research project will study the cardiovascular effects of upper body rowing training in spinal cord injured wheelchair users.
We are excited to help spinal cord injured wheelchair users towards a better life.
Exercise with our app
With the app you have the following advantages:
- 100s of programs made by professional trainers that help you to enjoy a varied efficient training.
- A program that reacts to your heartbeat so you get instant feedback – are you doing too much or too little
Step up slowly in time and intensity to get your body fit and the adrenaline down.
Why not get out of fight, flight and freeze in the most natural way
“Streneous training is your natuaral stress down pill”
I found that people who have recovered from a chronic disease used strenuous training as one of 4 strategies. So I always persuade the people I help with their chronic conditions to start some sort of sport.
I also found that it was difficult for people to get to a level that had a natural effect. Fitness centers are the best, but if the time or place is not there, Iqniter sensor belt helps people "get up in speed."
iQniter keeps me focused and engaged. It is the opposite if I just use the training/spinning bike by myself without any app to guide me, then training often becomes much less intense.”