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New Fitness Tracker Helps Athletes Push Their Limits at the Gym

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When you’re lifting weights and not sure you can do one more rep, it either means that you can still do 10 more — or that you’re putting yourself at risk for injury. In fact, there’s a trend in exercise science towards prescribing a velocity of weight lifting rather than a number of reps, as it allows for optimal workload but still lets the body recover between trainings or competitions. But you can’t log velocity with a pen and paper

PUSH, a wearable fitness gadget that launched on Indiegogo last week, will retail at $149 and is the first device to measure strength marketed to consumers (i.e., affordable). Unlike other wearable fitness trackers, PUSH is not meant to be worn throughout the day — it’s only for the gym. Read more…

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