Lumo provides technology that helps you run better by giving you advice on how you can improve your technique.
Are you the type of person that likes to work out alone? Are you trying out new techniques but are unsure if you are doing it correctly? Sensor technology has come along to help you. There are several devices currently on the market that you can wear to collect personal data on how your body is moving and reacting to your workout routine. 

Safety on the road: these wearables help you on your bike ride.
Cycling is a very popular sport and leisure activity. As a result, there are several new wearables that let you turn on a “bike mode”, even track this activity automatically or have been built just for this sport. Learn more about what’s new for your next bike adventure!

The wearable Cosinuss One doesn’t just measure pulse and oxygen saturation in the blood, but also body temperature.
A fitness tracker doesn’t always have to be on your wrist: This wearable measures the athlete’s performance data in the ear. As a result, the in-ear monitor could be the future of tracking and lifestyle.

Nadi by Wearable Experiments
When it is cold outside staying at home all day is tempting. On top of that we tend to eat more in winter and the bikini season still is far away. It is just very easy to gain weight during winter. Nevertheless, through the intersection of health and technology, taking control of your body and weight is becoming easier even in winter time. Our suggestions for you.