Personal Trainer Workout Gear Combines Fitness Tracking With Wearable Tech [Pics]

Personal Trainer Workout Gear Combines Fitness Tracking With Wearable Tech [Pics]

Athos can tell you which individual muscles your workout is targeting.

Ross Brooks
  • 27 november 2013

There is no shortage of wearable technology out there, but University of Waterloo college students Dhananja Jayalath and Christopher Wiebe wanted something that could tell them if they were actually working the right muscles when lifting weights. Seeing as their budget didn’t stretch to a personal trainer, the pair decided to develop their own. The workout clothing is called Athos and can track your muscle groups, heart rate, breathing level and more.

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