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3D Smart Garment Technology For Workouts

[ 0 ] Jul. 7, 2014 | SBO Editor

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3D Smart Garment Technology gives wearable technology a run for its money. New, groundbreaking 3D Smart technology brings efficiency to workouts. 3D Smart launches stores and corporate headquarters in Arizona.

What if there was a technology that not only told you how many calories you burn, miles ran and fitness goals but actually told what you are doing wrong and how you can achieve your fitness goals to make the most out of your workout.

Much more than a calorie counter, a new wearable technology, 3D Smart Garments, is a one of a kind fitness trainer that is made for you. Yes, just you. Not a one size fits all bracelet (that you can cheat).

The innovative new technology is called 3D Smart Garment Technology by Performance 3D and the company is launching its first retail stores in Arizona.

3D Smart Technology By Zig Ziegler

The patent-pending 3D Smart Garment technology enables 3D Smart Garment clothing to communicate back to the wearer both positive and negative feedback through sensors in the clothing. Feedback is given during and after a workout, so the user can immediately address any problems.

The sensors in the clothing detect immediate threats to the body that cannot be seen by the naked eye, enabling users to correct themselves, all while helping prevent potential injuries during the workout. In short, the technology helps the user exercise more efficiently by monitoring activities such as whether he or she is walking or running improperly or using one side of the body more than the other and immediately tells the wearer how to correct the mistakes.

SMART Garment technology was developed by an 18-year veteran of the health and fitness arena, Sports Kinesiologist Zig Ziegler. Ziegler has helped some of the world’s best athletes find their groove in running, baseball, basketball and golf, among other sports, and has, to date, conducted more than 50,000 3-D motion analysis-based assessments, including biomechanical analyses of the swings of big name golfers for research purposes and the free throw shooting of NBA future hall of famer Shaquille O’Neal. Now, Ziegler is bringing this technology to the masses.

Maximize Workouts

This revolutionary technology not only helps users get the most out of their workout, but helps improve life at work and extracurricular activity performance while minimizing the need for pain management, speeding up recovery and rehabilitation time after injuries and improving overall cardiovascular and circulatory issues. It is also the first of its kind designed to work with cloud-based software programs at an affordable price.

About the 3D Smart Sports Science Center/Retail Locations

Scottsdale-based Performance 3D, LLC has teamed up with Toronto, Canada’s Barefoot Science to offer a unique, 100 percent computerized technological retail in-store experience that helps improve the accuracy of consumer recommendations – something never before seen in a retail setting.

Combining computerized 3D motion testing with cutting edge products and services, the company plans to launch up to six retail locations in Arizona, including between two and four kiosks in regional shopping malls and a 1,000 square-foot Sport Science store where running, walking, golf and other 3D sports analyses will be conducted.  Look for retail locations in July at Scottsdale Fashion Square, Chandler Fashion Center and Arrowhead Towne Center. There corporate headquarters will be in Scottsdale, AZ. The company plans to hire dozens of people over the next six months.

For more information on 3D SMART Garment Technology, please visit www.3dsmartgarments.com or www.fitnessfromthegroundup.com

About Performance 3D Smart

SMART Garment Technology was created with the help of well-educated and trained engineers, sports kinesiologists, software programmers, and graphic designers. Over 50,000 unique biomechanical assessments have been researched on athletes in various fields such as road racing, track and field, football, basketball, tennis, soccer and golf over a course of 10 years.

 

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