All you need to know about the Actxa Spur+ and VO2 Max

All you need to know about the Actxa Spur+ and VO2 Max

An activity tracker – powered up. The Actxa Spur+ has all the features of the Spur and more.

What’s the main difference between Actxa Spur and Actxa Spur+?

VO2 Max and Fitness Age

Know how efficiently your body is using it with VO2 Max monitoring. The higher your VO2 Max, the fitter you are and the younger your Fitness Age! Turn back the clock with improved VO2 Max!

What is VO2 Max?

VO2 Max describes how much oxygen your body is able to utilise during maximum effort. VO2 Max is the defining metric of cardiorespiratory or aerobic fitness, such as running or swimming. The higher your VO2 Max, the more oxygen your body can use, and better your fitness. A higher VO2 Max makes daily activities easier, boosts endurance performance and is a vital indicator of overall health.

Now you can track how efficiently your body is using the oxygen you breathe in, and your true fitness age with Actxa Spur+. The higher your VO2 Max, the younger your fitness age. Find out your VO2 Max Fitness Level and Fitness Age by doing a workout of at least 15 minutes, either walking or jogging.

Why is VO2 Max important?

It’s not enough to keep tabs on just your heart rate. The Actxa Spur+ now lets you monitor how your body is using its most efficient energy source - oxygen. Know how efficiently your body is using it with VO2 Max monitoring.

How to improve your fitness age?

Actxa Spur+'s VO2 Max Fitness Level classification ranges from “very poor” to “excellent”.

Here are two ways to improve your VO2:

  1. Train
    A great way to get started would be via High-Intensity Interval Trainings (HIIT). Other ways include running, cycling, rowing and swimming.

  2. Lose Weight

Ready to train to improve your VO2?

Buy the Actxa Spur+ today to get started on your VO2 improvement journey!

 

 

 

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