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The Antelope Suit Uses Muscle-Targeting Electrode Technology

 - Mar 20, 2015
References: & gizmag
The Antelope is a wearable electrode-embedded suit that uses electrodes to target your muscles, increasing the intensity of gym workouts and other kinds of exercise. Developed by German startup Wearable Life Science, the Antelope suit is claimed to provide the equivalent of three hours of exercise activity in only 20 minutes of use.

The Antelope suit repeatedly stimulates different muscles in the body depending on the type and intensity of exercise being performed. These electric pulses mimic the way the brain stimulates muscles to flex them.

In addition to this impressive functionality, the electrode-embedded suit is also extremely lightweight so it won't interfere with workouts, whether they involve long-distance running, lifting heavy weights or boxing.

This suit will surely appeal to people who want to enjoy the benefits of exercise but don't have as much time to devote to it as they would like.