Definitive Guide to User Identification in Connected Strength Training

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Friction kills retention. So every company selling a fitness experience is obsessive about minimizing friction. Strength workouts are more varied than cardio workouts – you’re moving to different stations constantly – so there are more ‘check in’ points. Checking in = friction. All that friction adds up to a crappy experience that only the most […]

ShapeLog brings new solutions to an age old problem: How do we better train for strength?

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  “Why can’t someone build a device that will do this for me!” Dr. Victor Katch’s strength research and publications provide the foundation for how physical therapy and athletic training is designed today. With a lifetime of experience in physical therapy, athletics, human performance research, and as an educator at the University of Michigan, we […]

Video: ShapeLog is the Simplest, Fastest Connected Strength Solution to Install

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  Sometimes it’s hard to describe something, but easy to show it. That’s certainly true for demonstrating the quick, simple installation of ShapeLog’s connected strength training solution. After trying to describe it at a trade show, we decided to go shoot a quick iPhone video. Notice how the installations are all done in less than […]

ShapeLog FIBO 2018

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  Developers: You can download a sample data set to see what ShapeLog’s connected strength training platform captures. (click here to download the .csv file) I want to explain why ShapeLog won a fitness innovation award at the 2018 consumer electronics show and how fitness clubs can capitalize on the major trends in fitness. Start by […]

How a New Data Source Fueled the Connected Cycling Boom

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This post originally appeared on the Fitness Industry Technology Council’s blog, and was co-authored by Karl Etzel from Firstbeat Technologies, and Paul Lockington from the FIT-C Advisory Board. Up until the late 1990’s, cyclists based their training programs on distance, speed, pedaling cadence and occasionally heart rate.  In the early 90’s a German company called SRM […]