The advanced wristband will note differences in the subtle motion of your body, and differentiate between similar exercises like bench press and push-ups.
The two device design allows better tracking. The bracelet captures the movement of your upper body, while the shoe clip does the same for your lower body.
Available on the latest iOS mobile apps and on the website, the Feed includes your latest workouts, routes and social connections your friends have made.
The device provides a gateway to Alere's Connected Health platform, with integrated products and services for health management.
mVisum's platform offers a closed-loop secondary alarm notification system with audio-visual cues and contextual data to clinicians via mobile devices.
Together, the two companies will provide health plans and employers with the most robust and integrated healthcare shopping platform.
Intended for both beginners and advanced players, sensors on the handle can collect data about the player's swing, power, endurance, technique and ball impact.
The Tao coaches users through 50 exercises related to isometrics which is the basis of many popular workouts such as Pilates and plank exercising.
Made by French jewelry designer Camille Toupet, the June bracelet is feminine and flattering, and also the first to measure the Sun's impact on your skin.
One neat fact: 89% of physicians would recommend an mHealth app to a patient, and 93% believe that these apps can improve patient's health outcome.