Most wearables are intended to be worn on certain parts of the body in order to offer tracking capabilities, but the Biostrap works differently by enabling you to wear it wherever you wish. Capable of being placed on the wrist, chest, stomach or shoe, the device will work to provide total health tracking in order to capture complex movements with as much accuracy as possible.
The Biostrap incorporates machine-learning algorithms in order to detect and analyze the movements you perform. The device can then provide feedback afterwards to let you know how you're performing in the gym. The device also boasts automatic cardio classification, which means that it will be able to know the kind of sport or exercise you're partaking in without you having to identify it.
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