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Digital TrendsThey say the scale doesn't lie, but maybe it's not telling the whole truth - like how your new daily pushup routine is sculpting your arms. That's the idea behind Naked Labs ' Naked 3D Fitness Tracker, a mirror that actually scans your whole body to give you better idea of how those hours on the treadmill are working.
Inc.comIn business and in fitness, it's a truism that you get the results you measure for. As a spinning instructor at San Francisco's Bay Club, Farhad Farahbakhshian saw what happened when exercisers made the mistake of believing what the number on the scale was telling them.
Co.DesignFarhad Farahbakhshian's broad shoulders barely fit inside the chat window. He's running me through a product demo for his new body-scanning scale on Skype. And to leave nothing to the imagination, he pulls out his iPhone, and begins swiping over a liquid metal rendering of his own physique.
EngadgetThe point of doing this is to help keep the user motivated on their fitness regimen by enabling them to accurately monitor and track how their body is changing as they get in better shape. This method closely mirrors hydrostatic testing, which determines your body fat percentage based on how much water you displace.
MashableAnyone who's ever tried to lose more than a few pounds knows the harsh raw power of the bathroom mirror and the bathroom scales. For some of us, weighing in every day and looking at ourselves naked is all the motivation we need to hit the gym and eat better.
TechCrunchWhat if your reflection in the mirror could tell you to get your lazy butt back to the gym? We have the technology. A San Francisco startup called Naked Labs began taking preorders for its 3-D body scanning system today.
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The Next WebRunning 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.
WareableSmart 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 TrendsRunvi 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.
YankodesignIt'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.