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Insight: Smarter Tech for the Smarter Athlete

A project in Houston, TX by BSX Athletics
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The first ever all-in-one wearable sensor that pairs with your sports watch. Includes lactate threshold technology, HR, cadence & more
Backers: 548
Average Pledge Per Backer: $222

Funded: $121,897 of $50,000
Dates: Mar 10th -> Apr 11th (33 days)
Project By: BSX Athletics
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Latest News

Couple of QUICK Updates

April 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Kickstarter likes to call you all backers, but we think of you as co-workers because your input is critical to helping us build the best sensor possible for endurance athletes all over the world.   Here are a couple of quick updates for our favorite... (Read More)

What's Better than Stretch Goals?

March 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Many of you have asked us about stretch goals -- or may have seen the graphic indicating that we were going to include Sp02 as one.   And the truth is, we thought long and hard about doing stretch goals. We even kicked around a few ideas and talked... (Read More)

Crowdfunding Mailbox: Insight Tech for Athletes, Virtual KnockOut & Tidy Dog

March 22nd - via: crowdfundinsider.com
We had some great emails from crowdfunders this week. It was really tough to narrow down the campaigns for this week’s Mailbox. Keep them coming as we do look at them all. There were a couple campaigns emailed to us that I have flagged to revisit for next week’s edition. Also – tip to anyone sending their campaign in – please include your Twitter address! And Happy Spring to everyone. (Read More)

We Need Your Help to Keep Dancing!

March 15th - via: kickstarter.com
We've been live on Kickstarter less than a week and we're ALMOST to our $50,000 goal. That would not be possible without the enthusiastic support of you guys, our early backers! We want to hit that goal and keep soaring to new heights. And you guys... (Read More)

BSX Insight Might Be the Only Fitness Tracker You Need

March 15th - via: brit.co
Is there more to fitness monitoring than just a cool case and some calorie stats? The answer is yes, and it comes in the form of the BSX Insight. (Read More)

BSX Insight Looks To Shake Up Wearable Fitness Tracking With A Needle-Free Lactate Threshold Sensor

March 14th - via: techcrunch.com
What is your Lactate Threshold? Chances are you don’t know, but if you’re a serious athlete who runs or cycles, it could be just the key to improving your endurance and strength. BSX Insight, based out of Houston, is the first-ever Lactate threshold monitor, meaning it analyzes the the composition and health of your actual muscles as you’re working out over time. (Read More)

Heart rates are cool, but the BSX Insight wearable measures lactate threshold too

March 12th - via: gigaom.com
Did you know one of the best race result predictors is your lactic threshold? The BSX Insight is a wearable device that measure and track the buildup of lactic acid in your muscles and determine your lactic threshold. (Read More)

BSX Insight: New Fitness Wearable Provides Athletes with Real-Time Training Feedback

March 11th - via: sporttechie.com
There may be no industry impacted more by wearable tech than the fitness industry. Wearable devices are the hot new item in the tech world right now and sports and fitness experts are using them to take an analytical approach to training, game-day performance, recovery and injury prevention. (Read More)

Phew! - Day 1: Complete

March 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Today has been a whirlwind, but we wanted to take a second and let our initial backers know that: YOU. ARE. AWESOME. We cannot tell you how much it means to us to have so much support so quickly.   We even took a second this afternoon to celebrate... (Read More)

A wearable lactate-threshold monitor

March 10th - via: bikeradar.com
While finishing medical school, Dustin Freckleton was working on a new technology project that measured the muscular recovery in patients when he realized there was a crossover opportunity for endurance athletes. A few years and a few degrees later, Freckleton and a business partner launched BSX Athletics in 2012 to offer a wearable lactate-threshold monitor for cyclists and runners that pairs with Garmin computers and watches. Today, BSX launched a Kickstarter campaign to secure funding to put the units into production, and to expand compatibility to other computers and watches. (Read More)

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