Fitness kits that can identify you Now, the gym machines will automatically adjust to your requirements for exercise mode, preferred sitting position, once you log into your account. This is a huge technological advance, because you will save a lot of time by having to calculate and adjust the level of exercise appropriate to your own condition as well as tracking the development of yourself.
You can customize the exercise schedule Although practical fitness classes are still a popular choice for bodybuilders, virtual courses are getting more and more attention. From Fiit to Peloton or Hydrow, today there are many online fitness classes taught by veteran athletes who have participated in the Olympics or famous celebrity trainers. That also means you will no longer be constrained by the gym hours, or have to conduct a gym session after work because of an urgent work e-mail.
Applications can “communicate” with each other As the integration of fitness apps is improving, transferring information from your home activities, to your gym routine and to your running frequency, will be easier than ever. In fact, MyWellness, a cloud-based application of Technogym, has done this by linking a lot of different workout apps like Strava, Fitbit, RunKeeper, and Swimtag to capture the full state. Your progress in training
The exercise will be designed by AI, just for you Apps like Freeletics and Aptiv have started to apply machine learning technology to tailor model sports exercises based on your reaction. In the near future, this technology will also promise to be able to analyze your schedule and habits, not only to show you how to practice but also the time to practice.
Diets are also tailor made And of course, nutrition – one of the bodybuilder’s top concerns – will also be personalized thanks to technology. Currently, scientists are still in the process of developing technological platforms to support this, but many bodybuilding companies have been able to diagnose carbohydrate, fat tolerance. Your caffeine and alcohol content are based on DNA. In addition, Lumen, a device that monitors your metabolism, looks like an inhaler. And there are some other devices that can calculate your intestinal bacteria. These are critical assessments that a traditional personal trainer will surely be hard to help.