The future of fitness wearables: A view from the Strategic Advisor to the International Olympic Committee

Since the entry of wearable electronics into the consumer market, sports has been a primary focus area for these technologies. With splashy articles with titles like "Wearable devices market Q1 2016: It's smartwatches vs fitness bands" and "Fitbit is leading wearable brand in 2016," mainstream fitne...

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