Meet Moov, the fitness tracker that turns Siri into your new personal trainer
Nikola Hu is running wrong. He’s loping along, leaning back as he goes. Suddenly a voice emerges from his phone: “Your cadence is low. Try swinging your arms legs and arms faster.” Hu’s phone knows he’s has running injuries before, so it’s hypersensitive to how his feet land on the ground. “Lean forward and land mid-foot to soften your impact,” it tells him. He obliges, and the voice comes back immediately. “Good job!”
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