Smart trainer helps runners avoid injuries
For wearable tech, the future is bright with analysts claiming the industry will hit USD 14 billion this year. Estimates suggest that as many as 411 million smart wearable devices, worth a staggering USD 34 billion, will be sold in 2020. In line with this growth, Springwise has written about an increasing number of wearables, most of them focusing on sports and physical fitness. This data capturing insole can tell doctors what is wrong with an athlete’s foot, and this in-ear personal trainer provides fitness training according to biometric data and the wearer’s environment. Now US sportswear brand Under Armour have designed the UA SpeedForm Gemini 3 RE, a smart running shoe that let users know if they are in good enough shape to run.
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