Squid passes the workout data from EMG sensors to a smartphone-based appliacation
Historical data on your workout sessions can be accessed via a web-based workout management panel
Squid uses EMG sensors to keep track of the electrical activity of muscles during a workout
Unless you have a personal fitness instructor following you around with a notepad, keeping track of your progress at the gym can be a real nuisance. Luckily, thanks to a group of students from from Northeastern University in Boston, you can now count on your squid-equipped shirt to do the statistical heavy lifting for you. Squid is essentially a set of electromyography (EMG) sensors attached to a box that pushes your workout data to a smartphone app. This is synchronized with a web-based management panel, to give you a detailed overview of your progress.
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