How does digitalization change sport? Among other things, ISPO Academy Connect by Dorten studios in Berlin has devoted itself to this question. One conclusion: not only top athletes can benefit from precise performance measurement.
By exercising, chemical changes are happening in the brain which can help to prevent or relieve depression. To support this ISPO.com shows you some wearable gadgets that help you to become and stay motivated for a more active lifestyle.
Fitness lives off of direct comparison: whether at the Hyrox competition, via apps and wearables at “Let's Move For A Better World,” or at worldwide CrossFit challenges. We take a close look at the trend.
Digital innovations seeing to new best times. Professor Yannis Pitsiladis of the University of Brighton aims make a marathon run time under two hours possible – thanks to the latest wearables. The interview.
Wearable technology is becoming an increasingly important sector in the sportswear sector. A new collaboration between EMS (electrical muscle stimulation) manufacturer Valmed and FENC (Far Eastern New Century) has seen the launch of embedded smart apparel.
The trade fair for printed electronics brings one of the most exciting technologies of the future to Munich. Printed electronics, for example in the field of wearables, also have enormous potential for sports brands.
Soccer 2.0: Goal-line technology as well as a video referee that is supplied with virtual offside lines are already likely to be used at the 2018 World Cup. However, the international soccer association FIFA could also imagine players using wearables in the future – provided they meet certain requirements.
Professional leagues are discovering Wearables on a broader scale. Also soccer leagues are taking a closer look in recent years. Here a few hot soccer wearables that might change the way professional athletes are training today.