AI-Powered Fitness App Gives Users In-Workout Feedback On Their Squat Form
Kaia Health's interactive app tracks movement with a 16-point system that compares users' form against the ideal pose, offering exercisers a virtual personal trainer and customized feedback at the most opportune moment for improvement
Kaia Health, a German fitness brand, has just launched its own app that will give users feedback on their physical performance. Powered by artificial intelligence, the Perfect Squat Challenge uses motion tracking technology to give instant tips for users to improve their squat performance.
To active their AI trainer feedback, app users need only stand about seven feet away from their smart phone camera and begin exercising. From that point, the app will track movement with a 16-point system that will compare actual movement against the proper pose.The app also provides access to an online community to help users connect and enrich the experience.
Beyond the realm of fitness, this technology has the potential to lend its services to other medical services that Kaia Health already has on the market. Virtual fitness apps aren’t a new idea, but Kaia Health’s Perfect Squat Challenge offers benefits that other platforms are lacking, and functions as an at-home personal trainer. With this more advanced technology, the challenge gives users updated feedback as they workout, offering tailored advice and feedback for improvement right when users need it most.
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