The Leo Wearable Fitness Tracker tells you everything you need to know
When it comes to wearing a fitness tracker, it’s your job to look at the information, set goals, and know how hard to push yourself. If you have an app that it will work alongside with, then you might get some reminders or tips, but the information you care about usually happens during and after your workout. If you’re new to the whole idea of getting into shape, then you likely don’t even understand what most of that information means.
If you’ve been searching for an activity tracker that will do more than give you numbers, look no further. The Leo Leg Band is a breathable, comfortable, wearable tracker that will tell you basic information like your calories burned, distance traveled, and heart rate, but it can do much more than that. It can take in your speed, hydration levels, tell how much lactic acid is in your system, factors in weather conditions, cadence, muscle intensity, and much more.
What this means is you can be alerted if you need to take a drink of water, are pushing yourself too hard, aren’t pushing yourself enough, are taking too hard of a landing when running, put too much weight to one side, and more. The corresponding app will walk you through what all of that information means, and can help you track your workouts. Leo will learn from you, and the community of people that use it. This will retail for $299 when it hits the market, but is available for cheaper through a crowdfunding campaign.
Available for crowdfunding on Indiegogo