While some fitness gadgets can track your activity as you plod around the local park, Shft IQ is aimed at taking things further, by also coaching you to become a better runner. The Bluetooth-connected device works with a smartphone to analyze a host of advanced running metrics and then gives real-time voice coaching to improve your technique, helping you to run faster and further.
- Lumo smart shorts offer real-time feedback on your jogging technique
- Boogio tells users everything they could want to know about their feet
- Polar’s Stride Sensor tracks speed and distance without GPS
- runScribe wants to hitch a ride on your shoe to analyze your run
- Digital running coach tracks more than steps or beats
- Automated treadmill adjusts to its user's running speed