The fitness industry keeps on booming worldwide. While many consumers are determined to pull themselves away from the “standard” ﬁtness training of getting a gym membership, and spending a few hours a day on the treadmill and lifting weights to get in shape, more and more people are using technology and apps that promise to get you in shape in under 30 minutes of personal training per day.
Online coaches don’t only tell you how to workout according to your body type, but also give you a complete nutrition plan.
Other fitness startups offer smart devices or materials which track your body’s motion and movements to then give you feedback on how to maximise your results…
Lese weiter auf: 10 fitness startups to keep an eye on in the years to come
Quelle: EU-Startups | Germany
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