NURVV Run’s Intelligent Running Insole

Real-time feedback can improve pace, reduce the risk of injury, and more

Rather than rely on sensors on your wrist or arm, NURVV Run‘s 32-sensor sneaker insole gathers feedback from your feet, and it can be used with any running shoes. Whether it be pronation (how your foot rolls as it hits the ground) or step length (the distance a single stride takes you), the insoles’ clever arrangement of sensors and an attached ankle fob captures it …

Interview: Rumble Co-Founder Noah Neiman on the Company’s New Training Studio

Through design and branding, the team is has created a transformative fitness experience

Three years ago, Rumble opened its first location in NYC and has since expanded nationwide with 10+ locations of their boxing-themed, full-body group fitness studios. This week, across the street from their original location in Chelsea, they opened the doors to a new endeavor: Rumble Training. Trading boxing bags for custom Technogym treadmills and thoughtfully designed station boxes, it would be easy to assume it’s …

Whoop’s Wearable Fitness Tracker Promotes All-Around Wellbeing

The 3.0 iteration of the wrist-bound device substitutes for a personal trainer

Aside from a light-reflecting text logo, the Whoop 3.0 wristband (free with a membership that begins at $30 a month) is nearly indiscernible from a fabric sweatband. There’s no screen for real-time tracking, certainly no intruding vibrations or sensors and no surprising alerts. As such, this couldn’t replace an Apple Watch or everyday time-teller. That said, everything you do—working out, recovering, sleeping, walking to work, …