You can use Target Range (TR) to receive real-time feedback when you deviate from your desired form. You will receive visual feedback in your data pages when the values of your enabled metrics are outside of your Target Range: values become blue when they are below your range; and become red when they are above the range. They will remain black while you are within range. Access Target Range in the main Menu of your device.
Creating your Target Range
The Target Range for Motion Performance Indicators (MPIs) is calculated for the data tracked during a selected part of your activity. The TR calculation uses all the data, removing outliers so that small unexpected movements won't affect your range.
There are several methods to create the Target Range based on your needs. From the main Target Range screen, where you can see the different TR created, you can also create a new one by tapping in the ADD NEW TARGET RANGE button. One simple method is the Free protocol, which basically creates your Target Range at the beginning of the activity and allows you to use it just in the rest of your activity.
Another way to create your TR is by looking at a recently finished activity in the Activity Log, choosing an activity and selecting the lap from which you want to create the TR. Just tap the SAVE TARGET RANGE, insert a descriptive name and the TR will be stored and ready to use.
You can also create a new one during an activity. Swipe left/right to the last page to see your current activity laps and select the lap to use as your Target Range. From there you can use the same method as above to create your TR and start using it immediately.
There is a method to create it as well from the web app. In your activity page, go to that lap's summary on the bottom table, select the desired lap and save it as Target Range. It is also possible to select a range, create a lap from it, and then use it for your TR.
Managing your Target Ranges
Once you have created your Target Range you can see it in the list. If you have several, you can enable the one you want to use and you will receive the feedback during activity when you are out of that Target Range values. In the list you can see the name and the time and date when you created it. When the name is not previously set, it gets the creation date and time and the number of the lap as the name of that Target Range. You can change the name in the web app after is synced.
When you tap on each of the Target Range, you can then see the threshold values of the for each MPI. You can also enable or disable MPIs independently if you don’t want to receive the feedback of all of them when that TR is enabled. MPIs that don’t receive enough data to create the data would be disabled by default with the min and max values set to 0 and 99.
You can also edit the values of your threshold values by tapping in the MPI to see the edit buttons so you are able to widen or narrow down you TR to your desired threshold values.
Your Target Ranges sync automatically with your account in the Web App when you are connecting to the internet. You can also sync manually by tapping the SYNC WITH ACCOUNT button.
Syncing with the account is important because you would use the web app to delete Target Ranges or edit its name. Once synced, you can see the same Target Ranges in your devices in your account app.leomo.io/target_range.
In Target Range score
You can see how good you kept your movement within your Target Range for each of the laps in which you used TR. The value In Target Range is the percentage of time of your MPIs within TR. For that value to appear, TR needs to be used and enabled for these MPIs. You can use different Target Ranges during the activity and the value would still count.
For example, if in a 20 mins lap you enable Target Range after 10 mins and after that you keep your MPI within Target Range 9 mins, your percentage would be 90%. It would not count the first 10 mins, because TR was not enabled. Let’s say that you have 2 Target Ranges named “seating” and “standing” which you switch during the activity to adjust to your training, then the value would be the percentage of both, independently of which TR you are using.
After you have used Target Range, go to the Activity Log and select one of the laps to see the In Target Range value. You can also see the value in the middle of an activity while you are doing your interval workouts. Swipe your tracker screen to the last page and see your current lap's information.
Lastly, after uploading the activity, in the web app you can also select the TR to see the percentage of time within Target Range for any lap or range created.