Atlas Wearables a revolutionary activity identification consumer wearables manufacturer receives $1.1 million against the goal amount of $0.75 million.
The company focuses on people who exercise and coach and manufactures some great gadgets for the same.
Products include devices and software that help anyone take control of their workout routine. Simply call the true activity trackers. For instance, a single on-wrist device that can track your body on the x-, y- and z-axes. It’s so precise, it can tell the difference between push-ups vs. triangle push-ups, bicep curls vs alternating bicep curls and squats vs dead lifts.
Atlas logs your workout with zero user action and keeps track of your heart rate so you can see how each movement affects you.
It doesn’t end on just keeping a digital log of your specific exercises, but also enables you to see how your body is affected.
So, if you want to boost your fitness and want to listen to your body, more carefully, an Atlas device is a must have. You can see how rest affects each exercise, how quickly your heart recovers, the quality of your form and more.
You can further measure your explosiveness, find your max thrust and improve your workouts for better performance.