Sensoria’s wearable device measures technique where the body meets the road—under the foot. Pressure sensors woven into socks link to a
As runners, do we really need all this technology stuff?
It provides real-time biometric data to your smartphone.
It warns you of excessive heel or forefoot strike.
The "average" runner tends to prefer technology and the 5K.
Remember when you went for your first run and all you had was a pair of running shoes. That wasn’t so bad, now was it?
The competitors will complete 422 laps in one room.
It weighs six pounds and can do almost anything.