Runners adopt power monitoring

Courtesy of Nordic Semiconductor

Stryd power meter takes advantage of a highly-integrated wireless SoC to reduce the device’s form factor

Advanced sensors are improving runners’ workouts

Running footpods were among the earliest wearables to be developed, but other than becoming smaller, lighter, and more accurate, not much about them changed in the decade following their adoption. Development focus shifted to other sports, because knowing speed, distance, and heart rate was perceived to be all that was needed by runners, many of whom loved the simplicity of running as a form of active meditation. Read full article here: Nordic Semiconductor

Runners adopt power monitoring

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