We’ve all heard of the Fitbit and the Flex, there are a few health monitors on the market these days. But, for the most part, they all seem pretty similar. I know there are some differences that might help you decide which might be the best fit for you… but let’s add one to the mix, and it’s not a bracelet, it’s a wearable garment that seems to raise the bar, when it comes to what we’ve come to expect from a health and fitness monitor.
Welcome Hexoskin, an all-in-one, comfortable sports garment with almost undetectable built-in sensors that connects easily to your smart device, and when coupled with intuitive apps, gives you real time health and wellness information, track your progress and analyzes your performance.
With this unique garment, you can gain real-time access to information that can analyze performance and wellbeing—right now, over time and you can access it from anywhere. Hexoskin can measure your heart rate and heart rate recovery, breathing rate and volume, your step count and cadence, your activity intensity and calories burned, as well as your estimated Vo2 max (the maximum capacity of an individual’s body to transport and use oxygen during incremental exercise)
So forget about bracelets, wearable technology in the form of a machine washable, water resistant, smooth seamed garment, stands out as the most practical and comfortable system of its kind. It can give you a leg up on your training goals and, Hexoskin can record up to 157 hours of data without needing to be connected to any device. If you want to be in on the future of wearable fitness monitoring, check out the Hexoskin.com website and pre-order your system for around 400 bucks.