Nexus CrossFit Tracker

Oct 29, 2018

Category: Tech

There’s a sea of fitness trackers on the market, however, they’re usually focused on analyzing simple workouts. Tracking CrossFit sessions is another story, as it’s more complicated to get an accurate reading when you’re doing a variety of exercises. Nexus aims to fix that issue with their new fitness app and Push tracking band.

The Nexus fitness tracker uses precise metrics to provide you with an accurate look at your CrossFit data. It utilizes an accelerometer and gyroscope to analyze your movement when doing various workouts, such as jumping jacks, lunges, squats, pushups, and more. The app tracks reps, velocity, power, time, and displacement. It will also analyze your weaker areas so you can focus on improving them to elevate your fitness level. Nexus also claims their band can distinguish between a deadlift and when you grab your water bottle for a sip of water. The Nexus package comes with the Push Band 2.0, an arm strap, and a compression sleeve. Grab one now and push yourself to your fitness peak.

Purchase: $299

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