Atlas: Fitness Tracker Identifies Different Activities

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We have covered many silly fitness trackers here in the past. They look good but don’t offer a whole lot of features. Some of us need more than just a fancy pedometer. The Atlas could help. It is a wearable device that tracks and identifies your different activities. Atlas can:

  • evaluate your form
  • count your reps and sets
  • calculate calories burned
  • identify different activities

In essence, this is what fitness tracking wearable devices should be like. Atlas can differentiate between push-ups and triangle push-ups, so it offers more accurate tracking. It has an on-wrist display that gives you your data. You are provided with real-time feedback as you push your body.

Atlas learns new exercises as you try new moves. It is compatible with your favorite fitness apps such as MapMyFitness and Fitocracy. Atlas is on Indiegogo right now.

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