2016 FitnessTech Summit
Wednesday, January 6
As the Battle of the Bands reaches the penultimate, and more consumers are putting them on, what
happens when the battery dies? These Fitness companies are integrating devices and apps to keep “using”
and on track.
Standing is “the new Black”. Is the digital lifestyle actually making us more sedentary? Pings, rings and treadmill desks: we’ll take a look at the connected devices, furniture and apps that are making us get up and move.
Always connected, are we actually more sedentary now in digital times? What are the ways companies are keeping us fit while we live our lives?
Sports and fitness content through apps and social platforms has gotten hundreds of millions off the couch and engaged. Whistle Sports Network and global fitness creators like FitMenCook’s Kevin Curry discuss best practices to go “beyond broadcast” to activate a new generation of fan.
Exercise, Sleep, Nutrition – these are the necessary cornerstones to help fight “The Battle of the Bulge.” No one device stands alone. We’ll take a look at the partnerships and platforms that are helping -consumers win the war.
Exercise is no longer the exclusive proprietor of fitness information. Sports participation, general recreation and daily activity increasingly contribute to the “quantified self.” How are companies adapting as people take more control of the collection and analysis of data?
No one device, no one app stands alone. How working together benefits both companies and consumers.
Counting steps is no longer enough. Smarter devices and smart clothing are using AR, 3D pressure sensors and even breath analysis to provide real time clues into workouts, walking and eating habits that are helping the consumer meet fitness goals.
From sensors and fitness bands to smart apparel and equipment, today’s market offers countless ways to collect data for elite athletes, coaches, students and fitness enthusiasts alike. But just how is all this data collection measuring up? Leveraging the company’s long-standing expertise in sports science, adidas tackles this question head-on, giving an insider’s view of how tech is changing the sports experience both on and off the field.
Smart devices and clothing are now using everything from AR and 3D pressure sensors, to sound and even breath analysis for data collection.
As the accumulation of fitness data proliferates and as the benefits become increasingly obvious, what are the obstacles preventing the seamless integration into our increasingly complex lifestyles?
Whether in the gym or on your own, how the merging of technology and equipment is changing the training routine exponentially.
Devices featuring sleep analysis, virtual coaching and injury prevention are leading the way for professional athletes and weekend warriors alike. New and ingenious methods of data collection are leading to superior training capabilities as well as healthier lifestyles.
Competition is the name of the game when it comes to health and fitness. Fitness devices give us practical and actionable information on our current digital health, but what are the ways that they’re getting people engaged to go that extra mile?
Elite athletes and weekend warriors are using sensors and devices to maximize competitive performance.