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Gymwatch

A Fitness Tracker and Personal Trainer Rolled Into One.

8 alternative and related products to Gymwatch

Tonal

Machine learning digital gym + personal training built in

Tonal is the first-ever adaptive digital strength training system, powered by digital weights, with interactive workouts built in. It’s like having a personal trainer and a full gym, in the convenience of your home. One system, the size of a flat-screen TV, replaces every piece of equipment in a weight room.

Inc.com
Most people look at fitness equipment and only see the physical challenge in front of them. Aly Orady, an electrical engineer by training, looked around the gym one morning and saw a different challenge: could you take all that equipment and make it digital? The answer, as it turns out, is yes.
Gear Patrol
Anyone can hop on an elliptical or treadmill and workout, but when it comes to lifting weights and knowing what exercises to do and how much weight to lift, it can be a daunting task. Tonal, a new smart weight lifting device, is here to change that perception.
TechCrunch
If you want to have a brutal workout from the comfort of your own home - and have about $3,000 to spend - look no further. Tonal, a strength-training system powered by electromagnetism resistance technology and machine learning, is launching today to let you get ripped and in shape with...
Fast Company
Most weightlifting equipment that you'd find at the average gym is bulky and mechanical, not to mention ugly-and certainly not something you would ever want in your home. But Tonal, a new strength training device that uses an engine to create resistance instead of heavy metal disks, looks just like a vertical flat screen television and wouldn't be out of pla… See more
6 Alternatives to Tonal

RUNVI is a next-generation wearable. The SMART insoles & app provide real-time coaching so you can achieve your full running potential.

The Next Web
Running is one of the world's most popular physical activities, but, unlike other sports, the average participant is rarely coached. If you play football, squash, hockey, or train a martial art, the chances are you've had or have lessons. But running? I know folks who have completed multiple marathons, but have never even spoken with a coach.
Wareable
Smart insoles for runners make much more sense than smart running shoes. For starters, you don't have to ditch those shoes and their connected smarts after you've clocked up too much mileage in them. And one running shoe, like any shoe, doesn't work for everyone.
Digital Trends
Runvi smart insoles are placed inside running shoes and paired to a smartphone to provide real-time feedback and data collection of a runner's form, which is then analyzed by artificial intelligence to create an athlete-specific training plan designed to help them achieve their goals and run more efficiently.
Yankodesign
It's rare when a product does a job so well you don't need a human expert around. If anything AI has indicated that there's still a long way to go before it replaces humans.
11 Alternatives to Runvi

AURA Band

Fitness tracker that knows what you're made of

Tracks your fat/muscle percentage, hydration levels, heart rate and activity. Moreover it pays for your activity.

Live and fully funded on Kickstarter.

Digital Trends
The Aura Band is a new fitness wearable available to back on Kickstarter. It has a bioimpedance sensor to truly monitor your fitness gains (or loses) and an unusual reward system that gives virtual coins you can spend on cool new sneakers.
The Next Web
From big names like Fitbit, to smaller outfits like Huami's Amazfit, there's no shortage of companies offering wearable devices that promise to track movement and activity. One interesting take on this familiar paradigm is the AURA Band, which is currently in the middle of a crowdfunding campaign.
8 Alternatives to AURA Band

TacoShell

Shell-style calorie tracker with super efficient input

TacoShell is a website for nutrition tracking that has a simple, shell-style interface. You can add nutrients by simply typing a line instead of clicking through menus, which can save a lot of time. So for example, you can just write "230g chicken breast".

13 Alternatives to TacoShell
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