CES 2015: Sensoria Fitness Socks will improve your running technique
Do you remember Sensoria Fitness Socks by Hardware maker, Heapsylon that tracks our workout capacity? Yes, the same one that can measure workout benchmarks, including computable attributes like speed, calories and distance covered alongside providing real-time feedback and related tips on your running technique. Well, the smart sock that first appeared in 2013 as a crowd-funding campaign is back again and making its presence feel at the ongoing CES 2015. The company has now completed the smart sock’s development process and will ship the wearable in late 2015.
Sensoria Fitness Socks comes equipped with pressure sensors implanted in the sole that are completely comfortable and won’t be noticed when you run. The smart wearable socks come with Bluetooth enabled clips that fasten to ankles of the user and transmits data to a dedicated smartphone app. Thus, a runner can monitor his striking pattern and cadence while running in real-time. These both factors pays a significant role in the overall performance and health of a person.
If you are running in an awkward manner there are serious chance of injury to your ankle, lower leg and ankle. Therefore, by observing your running technique through Sensoria Fitness Socks, you can improve the bad running habits. The smart wearable is on display at the Consumers Electronics Show in Las Vegas. A pack of the Sensoria Fitness Socks and one anklet will come with a price of $199. You can also purchase additional socks in a pack of three costing $50.