You have a watch that records all of your speed, distance and heart rate while you are training.
Now you can have a watch that records all your motions while you are sleeping.
The Sleeptracker watch contains an accelerometer that detects your motion during the night and indicates your “almost awake” moments for your review.
They say that recovery is the most important part of your training.
The purpose of this data is not mere geekdom, although, certainly that would be enough, but to help you awake more refreshed. Instead of alarming you at a preset time, this watch will wake you up at an “almost awake” moment. The manufacturer claims that you will awake more refreshed than if you awoke from a sound sleep.
- Posted May 26, 2005 in: Endurance Sports,Software & Internet
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