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Train Smarter-Not Harder

Applying the Science & History of Heart Rate Variability Technology

Russian strength coaches have been using this technology to train elite athletes dating back to the 1960’s and finally this technology has made its way to the United States. In Russia the technology they used to track heart rate variability took up the majority of a large room, but now a U.S. company has made it wearable and available to purchase.

Morpheus condensed this massive technology into a simple and affordable tool that can completely boost your results. 

Since 2017 Life Strength Fitness members have been using this technology and love getting results faster.

Morpheus compares your Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and resting heart rate against a 10 day average and every HRV data point in your analysis history to determine your recovery %.

Morpheus factors in multiple variables in calculating your recovery %:

  • How many yours you slept

  • How sore you are

  • Your fatigue level before bed

  • Nutrition quality

  • How many alcoholic drinks you had

  • How many steps you took yesterday

  • The impact your workout had on you yesterday

Morpheus pulls your sleep and activity data from any fitbit, garmin, polar, apple health app, or googlefit app so you don’t have to enter it. You can also enter all of this information manually if you don’t have one of these fitness wearables. 

After you know your recovery % for the day. Morpheus shows you what heart rate ranges to train in to improve aerobic conditioning, anaerobic conditioning, and boost your recovery. 

Product comes with video training, 24/7 support, and an invitation to the Morpheus users facebook group. 

Here is how you use Morpheus

  1. Finish your sleep analysis (sleep cycle alarm clock app) or fitbit from measuring your sleep

  2. Put your Morpheus Watch on and turn it on

  3. Open your Morpheus App

  4. Lay down and relax

  5. Click the green button in the middle that says “Recovery Test”

  6. Keep relaxing for 2:30 while your Heart Rate Variability and resting Heart Rate are measured

  7. When it is complete answer the 4 questions

  8. Then you get your recovery % and recovery color


What does your recovery % tell you?

  • This information helps you decide to train using your structured program as planned (Green)

  • When to ask your certified HRV trainer how to vary your program to still get results from training that day (Orange)

  • When to take a day off from your program and train in your recovery range to help boost your recovery % (Red)


What does your HRV and Recovery % tell a certified HRV trainer?

  • How did your body respond to your previous day of training

  • Are there any changes needed to your program to send your nervous system and cells the correct signal to improve

  • When your body has improved from your program so changes can be made

  • When your body is plateauing from your program so changes can be made

  • How many days does it take for you to recovery from one of your training sessions

Morpheus helps you alter your training daily based on your recovery % and HRV

  • If you were planning on doing some aerobic conditioning, anaerobic conditioning, or accelerating your recovery Morpheus shows you what heart rate range to train in that day and for how long. You can also see your training history which logs calorie expenditure and average HR.

  • You also wear your Morpheus Watch during your workouts, select the type of training you are doing, and then it will show you your heart rate zones and current heart rate, current calorie expenditure, and then it stores that and syncs it with your app on your phone. When you finish you answer 2 questions about how hard the workout felt, your performance, and any notes you’d like to record about that session. Then Morpheus shows you how much stress that workout applied to your nervous system and how much that lowered your recovery %.


Before Bed

  1. Open your Morpheus app and click on the sleep button

  2. Answer 3 questions about your fatigue, nutrition quality, and how many alcoholic beverages you consumed that day. This information will get factored in to your morning assessment on the following day.