CES 2015: A Watch That Monitors Your Workout And Fixes Exercise Mistakes [Video]
See if you've been lifting wrong all along
Not everyone can afford a personal trainer, so we’ve been there: scanning the gym to see if someone’s watching us try—and probably fail—at a new exercise. Fabian Welke developed GYMWATCH GmbH to help beginners with such workout woes and professionals refine their training.
If you’ve ever fretted over having the perfect form, or whether you’re lifting at the precisely right speed, GYMWATCH uses an accelerometer to verify and correct more than 900 exercises. Watch us put it to the test in this video by our partner Portico.
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