Longer Battery Life + More Exercises: How Connected Strength Training Just Got Better

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After piloting in a commercial gym environment for more than a year and gathering one of the biggest strength training data sets on the planet, we redesigned the ‘brain’ of our patented hardware. Here’s how ShapeLog’s new PCB outperforms our original board: Better power management for significantly improved battery life Onboard battery charging capability from […]

Boring but Important: New ShapeLog Strength Training API

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Developers of digital health and fitness products now have access to a rich new dataset: ShapeLog’s strength training data is now available to partners via the ShapeLog API. The data is standardized, portable, and consumable by any app, wearable, or software platform where users track strength training performance. APIs are like offensive linemen – boring […]

ShapeLog Product Launch at Club Industry Show in Chicago

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    ShapeLog will be exhibiting a suite of new connected strength solutions at the Club Industry Show in Chicago, IL on October 4th – 6th. Booth 918 will be full of interactive displays showcasing ShapeLog’s business-to-business technologies, including: Strength tracking developer boards for OEMs to license API dashboards New strength tracking hardware designs and […]

Four-Minute ShapeLog Introduction

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ShapeLog is a funded startup with a team in Ann Arbor and Chicago. We make business-to-business technology solutions for fitness equipment manufacturers – the people who make all the machines at the gym – and commercial fitness clubs. Our patented hardware is not a wearable device: it easily slips onto the strength equipment at the […]

“Living the Good Life” Tweetstorm

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When we started ShapeLog, we had to determine what sort of company we wanted to become. So we immersed ourselves in industry events, media, videos, websites and books. Most of what we saw was really attractive people with no clothes on working out. The sexualized perfection that’s portrayed on many fitness company websites and media outlets […]