Is "Smart Clothing" The Future of Fitness Tracking?
If you believe sophisticated fitness monitoring stops with the wrist strap, think again.
In the future, small biosensors in clothes will track your heart rate and breathing rate 24/7.
Whoop and Prevayl's workout- and recovery-tracking apparel brings us closer to that goal.
The Whoop tracker may be worn on your wrist to measure sleep and Strain scores outside of the gym.
Prevayl's daily BodyCheck test estimates training readiness using heart-rate variability, but not sleep.
Prevayl employs clothes electrodes, whereas Whoop uses an optical heart-rate sensor, which is less dependable.
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