An innovative company is taking the guessworkout of your running workout. Lumo Bodytech released the’Lumo Run’ on Wednesday, October 7. It’s a wearable tech system that monitors arunner’s performance and gives feedback mid-stride. so back at 2012 we got robbed like almost everything that we had was stolen all of our computers were tak… The so-called “smart garment” embeds sensorsand conductive thread into the waistband of Lumo shorts or capris. The device detects a jogger’s biometrics, posture and mileage. Lumo Run then uses the data it gathersto provide real-time feedback to the runnervia a smartphone app.
This helps the athlete make corrections inmovement and improve performance. I chose Whitman because of the accounting faculty. They’re always supporting me in my life professionally… Lumo’s CEO Monisha Perkash said that havingthe tech in the waistband “helps the sensor to be placed correctly and also be more stable”. Perkash added that this placement makes readings”far more accurate”. You can now pre-order the Lumo Run men’s shortsfor $99, or the women’s capri for $119. They’re set to ship in March 2016. For NewsBeat Social, I’m Cambrie Caldwell.