The average human will spend less than one percent of their entire life exercising, yet 41 percent engaging with technology. Yikes. The good news is that even if you don’t have a ton of time to devote to working out, a couple minutes here and there can add up to make a huge impact. Studies have repeatedly shown that quick workouts can make you happier, healthier, and fitter.
Americans spend most of their lives engaged with a screen, be it a phone, tablet, laptop, or other electronic devices. Why not be like Emmet Williams and encourage others to put that technology to use in the gym. As she is the president and co-founder of global wearable technology brand MYZONE , the fitness tracker that rewards effort. Gym- goers look for more than just a space to exercise, they look for motivation. What better motivator then technology to boost your mood. As wearable technology comes into play with the physical aspects of the gym, monitoring fitness and health helps you know where you’re at and makes you more accountable for results.
As this technology continues to grow and more people find that wearables are a much more comprehensive solution. It will offer users to hold each other accountable, get encouragement and advice, as well as track and share their progress. The main goals for this technology advancement is to help everyone achieve their goals, gamification, social amplification and accountability.