TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - Oct 10, 2013) - Fitness technology company, PUSH, today announces the launch of the PUSH Band, an app-enabled wearable fitness tracker. It helps serious gym-goers, professional athletes or athletes-in-training track and analyze strength performance. With no imaginary points or arbitrary scores, PUSH utilizes scientifically-validated metrics to visualize an athlete's training performance.
The PUSH Band communicates with your smartphone through the PUSH App to plan workouts, optimize training routines, review collected data and share results. PUSH breaks down each workout and tracks metrics such as reps and sets, force, power, balance, speed, explosive strength, one rep max, volume load and tempo.
"The PUSH Band seamlessly connects with your smartphone to allow for customized workouts, performance monitoring and progress review," said Rami Alhamad, CEO and co-founder of PUSH. "It streamlines your progress so your routine constantly adapts to you in real time and over time while reducing the risk of injury."
Results and achievements can be shared with friends, teammates, personal trainers or coaches for an enhanced social and competitive training experience. Users can compare their performance to others with the PUSH app's live view where each athlete's data is streamed to a television in real-time. PUSH also makes it easy for coaches and trainers to access performance results to visualize trends and compare individual progress to the team as a whole.
The PUSH Band will be available for pre-order as of October 10, 2013 for $149 USD. The devices will ship in May 2014. To find out more about the PUSH Band, visit the website at www.pushstrength.com. To pre-order, visit Indiegogo: www.indiegogo.com/at/pushstrength