Home workouts made easy with your Amazfit
A large part of the planet is confined. Lack of exercise. What are the consequences for your health? Worse than some viruses? Maybe...
How do you keep your motivation to exercise at home? How do you stay in shape, and be at your best when all will be back to normal?
Can your Amazfit Bip help you? We are convinced that it can!
Are you a fan of circuit training? Or live step classes? Do you follow fitness channels on Youtube? There are plenty of opportunities on the Internet to do fitness workouts and keep fit.
No matter what type of training you do at home, the Amazfit Bip is useful
- to monitor your heart rate
- count the number of steps or movements during your workout
- keep an eye on your weekly progress
Moreover, the Mi Fit application offers you the history of your activity for the last few weeks:
How to start your workout? Which function should I choose on my Amazfit?
We advise you to choose the 'treadmill' activity, for home workouts:
- Click on the watch button
- Swipe left twice and select 'activity'.
- Swipe left once and choose 'treadmill'.
The Amazfit (Bip or Bip Lite) will start counting the number of steps or movements you will perform during your training.
At the bottom of the dial, you will see your heart rate, in real-time, and color bars.
The rule of the game here is to stay in the yellow/orange zone for a background exercise.
If you stay in the blue or green zone, that's not great. That's because you're not putting enough energy into your exercise. Maybe the exercise is too easy for you? Then try to increase the difficulty by following the advice of your virtual coach.
If you reach the red zone, you are on the verge of exhaustion. The exercise is too difficult for you and you won't be able to continue at this pace for long. If your goal is to burn fat, you need a longer workout. So slow down your pace. Make it easier and get back into the yellow zone. (see the pic below)
The Orange Zone on the Amazfit
Heart rate alerts via your watch?
The Amazfit Bip allows you to set a maximum heart rate. If you exceed this limit, your watch will start to vibrate. This makes it easier not to stay in the red zone too often.
To set the limit on your watch, go to 'Activity', then 'Activity settings' (last screen), then 'heart rate alert'.
There are many methods to calculate your ideal heart rate according to your age and the intensity of exercise.
Share your workout
Do your friends and family also have an Amazfit watch? Why don't you share your efforts with them?
To do so, touch 'friends' at the bottom of the application, scan their QR code or give them your QR code. You can also invite them by email, Facebook, or Twitter.
You can keep motivated in your group and challenge each other!
Who will be the first to arrive at 10,000 steps today?
If you have any ideas for fun physical challenges between friends, don't wait to share them below! And above all, keep in shape!
* This information on this page is valid for the Amazfit Bip, Bip Lite, Bip 2.