Ann Arbor, MI 48104,USA

Connected Strength Training

Trusted, scalable solution to collect all of your data at low cost.


ShapeLog makes it possible to quickly and easily implement connected strength with your equipment, whether as a retrofit to existing machines or as an integration during manufacturing.


The ShapeLog API exposes endpoints for the strength data you need, whether that is for personal performance, reviewing client progress as a trainer or managing assets at your gym/club. Your developers can craft the solution that you need.


Aggregated data from the ShapeLog API can be used to generate charts, graphs, historicals or customized reports. Derive patterns over time and quantify the progress and achievement of strength-related goals.


Don’t take our word for it – here’s what others have to say:

Strength training data is gold. Whenever we do anything, we want to learn how far, how big, how strong and how much we can do.

Dr. Victor Katch

Author, “Exercise Physiology – 9th Edition”

Strength tracking and coaching is something unique we can offer that really helps people.

Daniel Allen

Trainer, Anytime Fitness Ypsilanti

Latest News/Articles

ShapeLog is very active within the strength training community. We always have one ear to the ground for new and exciting connected strength innovations and opportunities.

Research Review: Comparing Isokinetic Dynamometer & Handheld Dynamometer Results for Knee Extension

Hirano M, et al. Validity and reliability of isometric knee extension muscle strength measurements using a belt-stabilized hand-held dynamometer: a comparison with the measurement using a isokinetic dynamometer in a[…]

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Research Review: Linking Handgrip Strength and Prediabetes

Chrispin MM, et al. Handgrip strength predicts new prediabetes cases among adults. A prospective cohort study. Prev Med Rep 2020;17:101056. Introduction In 2017 there were 451 million people with diabetes,[…]

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Hand Grip Strength

Research Review: Linking Hand Grip Strength and Cognitive Impairment

McGrath R, et al. (2019) The Longitudinal Associations of Handgrip Strength and Cognitive Function in Aging Americans. J Am Med Dir Assoc Nov 6. pii: S1525-8610(19)30649-8. doi: 10.1016/j.jamda.2019.08.032. [Epub ahead[…]

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