Hygear, smart fitness tools the manufacturer, launched in 2020, has introduced a smart rope that can provide users with real-time feedback. The Hyrope can be paired with the company’s official app to track users ’jumps, speeds, pace and calorie burning. The Hygear app selects interactive workouts that they can track based on their fitness goals and uses AI technology to customize them based on actual performance.
As the gyms began reopening in the last months after the coronavirus restrictions are relaxed, some may still choose to continue exercising in their homes. Many people bought it expensive machines finally, in the midst of last year’s pandemic, I may have gotten used to watching video workouts from a growing number of digital fitness subscriptions. Hyrope may be a little late with the game, but he could still find his audience among those who now prefer to exercise at home or those who just want a practical exercise tool they can take anywhere.
The company says it decided to introduce Hyrope because “because mixing cardio training with strength is one of the best, most effective ways to burn calories for weight loss,” and jumping rope is “an excellent cardio activity that can be performed in a confined space.” Hyrope is now available in advance for $ 39. It comes with the device itself and a one-year membership in the Hygear app. The skipping rope is being launched with a 90-day weight loss program available through the app, and the company is also running a 45- and 60-day cardio program in the coming weeks.
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