Atlas Wearables is reinventing how fitness is measured.
The flagship product is a fitness tracker that identifies your exercises, counts your reps and sets, calculates the calories you burned and evaluates your form. Atlas measures your success; all you have to do is work out.
Name a sport and the athletes will tell you that strength training is critical to peak performance. Given it's nature, strength training is extremely quantifiable and yet athletes are still carrying paper tracking sheets around the gym.
Why? Because building a wearable sophisticated enough to track those movements is significantly harder than tracking walking, running, cycling and swimming -- all of which already have their own dedicated fitness trackers. Gym goers want a solution and are turning out in droves to vote with their dollars for Atlas, currently available for pre-order on Indiegogo.
Atlas is the first fitness tracker to automatically identify and track exercises. Atlas replaces manual tracking of which exercises you did, how many reps, which weights, etc. and provides beautiful and seamless data to help you fine tune your workouts.
Find out why Gigaom, Forbes, TechCrunch, Fast Company and others consider Atlas the wearable for 2014.