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    Misty Atnip's Baldwin Creek Elementary PE Class

    Students wearing the IHT ZONE wrist heart rate monitors participate in a plank relay to get their heart rates into the zone quickly.

      Heart Rate Formula and How to Individualize ZONE Monitors

      This video will explain the heart rate formula that is used for the ZONE monitors. The second part of the video will explain how to individualize the monitors by inputting the resting heart rate and max heart rate.

        Experience the IHT ZONE in :30

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            Experience the IHT ZONE in :90

            Experience the IHT Zone heart rate monitor in 90 Seconds

              IHT-Your PYFP/FitnessGram® Data Collection Solution

              Experience IHT's FitnessGram® Data Collection and Reporting Capabilities

                Ben Bentzin at Draper (NY) Middle School

                IHT CEO Ben Bentzin shares his thoughts after watching students at Draper Middle School test the new IHT Zone wrist-based heart-rate monitors. The new devices will be available for the 2016-17 school year.

                  Health Needs a Hero - Student Version

                  This video is the film "Health Needs a Hero" in the condensed 58 minute "Student Version". It has accompanying student workbooks you may request at spirit@ihtusa.com

                    2016 IHT Spirit Video Challenge winner announced by Dick Fosbury!

                    He raised the bar with his revolutionary Fosbury Flop to win the 1968 Olympic High Jump Gold Medal. Watch as Dick Fosbury names the winner in the 2016 IHT Spirit Challenge "Raise the Bar" physical education video contest.

                      2016 Zone Introduction Video

                      The IHT ZONE makes it easy for teachers to track student performance, provide personalized learning opportunities, and measure the effectiveness of K-12 PE programs. From managing an entire class to inspiring one-on-one conversations, the Spirit System empowers and connects teachers, students and parents while maximizing results.
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