The Chiro Coach

The Chiro Coach

Patients who experience back pain from over-sitting are often prescribed fitness bands, exercise balls and other tools to aid in their physical therapy, but because of the lack of accountability, few follow through! PILAR is a novel training device that senses motion and directs, challenges, compliments and encourages the user in real time with audible and tactile feedback! The app-based system integrates with mobile devices via Bluetooth and allows for custom programmed rehabilitation.

0 Designer: Entwurfreich

Stay connected as you train!

Stay connected as you train!

Thanks to its highly advanced Android platform, Unity makes interaction intuitive, like a tablet, allowing the user to swipe, scroll and touch the elements on the screen. Users can not only monitor their training but view personalized content to access social networks and browse the web. Using Google Glass tech, users can also use voice commands to control and access all the unique functions of the equipment as well as receive feedback on the Glass display!

0 Designer: Studio Visuale

Human-powered Healing

Human-powered Healing

Exercise can cause tension and soreness in the leg muscles. Energy Storage Heating Knee Pad stores induction-generated energy during exercise, and releases heat energy to comfort aches and relieve fatigue afterward. See how it works —>

0 Designer: Prof. Aqua Chuan-Yu Chen, Chou Yi-Jin

This is not a bike.

This is not a bike.

LUMA is a three-wheeled vehicle powered by human muscle! Similar to a step-cycle, users simply use the platform for each foot to set the trike in motion. The three-wheeled design is super-stable, safe and easy to operate, making it a great fitness option for users of any age or physical ability.

0 Designer: Bart Zimny

Help with Hoops!

Help with Hoops!

The Hoop Basketball Simulation system helps new players expand their ball handling skills with one versatile, transportable device. Designed for the offense, players can switch between modes to improve their accuracy with both passing and shooting, with other players or solo. Reactive lighting, automated score keeping, and sync capability with Nike Fuel Band maximize improvement while keeping things fun and interactive.

0 Designer: Therese Brunet

Wearable Water Reminder

Wearable Water Reminder

Every new year, one of my resolutions is to drink more water… but every year I end up quenching with coffee, soda, juice etc… If you’re like me and actually want to keep your resolution, this twist on the fitness band is exactly what you need! It’s called tH2O and it playfully reminds you to drink up the good stuff while also keeping track of your daily and weekly hydration. Genius!

0 Designer: Maeva Berthelot

Finally, a Hands-free Dog Leash!

Finally, a Hands-free Dog Leash!

Having a few dogs, I end up looking like a dang mess trying to juggle all 3 on regular leashes! The wrist-bound Lishinu is the perfect solution for me and other dog owners who need to have their hands free. Let the physics work for you! Stay in control with the simple motions of your hand and body with the auto-locking mechanism that removes the need for any buttons, keeping your fingers free at all times!

0 Designer: Lishinu

The only time fake can be fashionable!

The only time fake can be fashionable!

The Impetus leg prosthetic gives sports-minded amputees not only the capability to play sports again, but to boost their confidence while doing so. 3D printed sections on the design can be interchanged and created precisely for the wearer’s individual taste and style or to carry uniform colors. Designed and shaped to bipedal physics and proportions, it gives amputees ability and aesthetics on the same level as non-amputee players.

0 Designer: Aurélien Dantin

This lil thing will make you a pro!

This lil thing will make you a pro!

Following the trend of wearable fitness trackers, the AWA sport sensor goes beyond the functionality of wrist-bound devices and makes it possible to record and compare physical data from almost any of your favorite sports. Composed of aerospace-grade aluminum alloy, it can be attached to anything from a shoe to a fencing sabre and is lightweight enough that the user won’t even notice it. Automatically synced wirelessly to your phone, it provides up-to-the-minute stats of your strength, speed and more!

0 Designer: Jerome Olivet

Fitness Unchained

Fitness Unchained

The Evo Fitness Bike “ix” changes the dynamic of home workouts by providing owners with an attractive show piece that looks as good in the living room as it does in the gym. Evo’s “Active Sway Frame” allows a 10-degree sway to either side to enhance the workout by engaging the user’s core and upper body as they pedal. It imitates the natural motion of real cycling in the comfort of home! You can own it here! Check out the vid to see all the cool features…

0 Designer: Mark de Grasse

The Only Cool Treadmill...Ever

The Only Cool Treadmill…Ever

There’s a reason why in-home treadmills often become a place to hang clothes rather than an exercise machine….they’re B-O-R-I-N-G! When you can’t run outside, this is the next best thing. The Voyager is a smart-treadmill that features a large screen and interactive system that together simulate the user’s favorite places to run. Pairing with your smartphone, you can even play games or challenge your friends in an endless library of programs and settings. Do want!

0 Designer: Il-Seop Yoon

Enhancing Mobility

Enhancing Mobility

The Fractal Machine was designed to help those with mobile disabilities participate in anaerobic and aerobic exercises as well as those who have a need to rapidly adapt to using a wheelchair. Attachable to almost any standard wheelchair, the unit offers resistance training that focuses on work muscles in the upper body to condition and build the muscles that are used most often. It’s a great fitness solution for athletes and casual users alike.

0 Designer: Wilmer Montiel

Not-So-Dumb Dumbells

Not-So-Dumb Dumbells

The original idea for the Quick Click weights came from the designer’s wife noticing that in her weight training classes, other women were struggling with the old-school way of changing weights with clamps and springs which interrupted the flow of the workout. This redesign maximizes the effectiveness of the workout, making it possible to quickly transition between weights by simply using the built in hand grips to drop and add weight.

0 Designer: Vincent H. Bowman

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