Moov

  • Wristband and anklet combine off-the-shelf and in-house developed motion sensors for tracking swimming, running, cycling, body workouts, and cardio boxing technique
  • Offers real-time visual and audio coaching for performance improvement and injury prevention
  • Competes with single-sp...

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