The Future of Fitness: A Look at What's Next at CES | Jillian Michaels.

The Future of Fitness: A Look at What’s Next at CES | Jillian Michaels.

On this week’s episode of the Escape Your Limits Podcast, we continue exploring and interviewing trailblazers in the fitness technology industry with Emma Barry.  CES is the most influential tech event in the world — where a variety of global innovators introduce their breakthrough technologies to thousands of people.

Today, we were thrilled to sit down with Jillian Michaels, Blaise Ffrench, Mohammed Iqbal, and so many more!

They had the opportunity to share:

  • How the use of wearable technology and apps help individuals track their fitness progress and receive personalized workout plans tailored to their specific goals and abilities
  • Why data tracking and analysis allows individuals to better understand their fitness progress and make more informed decisions about their health
  • Technology creating easier access to fitness resources

Enjoy this week’s episode!

To learn more about Blaise Ffrench, click here!

To learn more about iTOUCH Wearables, click here!

To learn more about Mux, click here!

To learn more about Nuralogix, click here!

To learn more about Sweatworks & Mohammed Iqbal, click here!

To learn more about Healium, click here!

To learn more about Withings, click here!

To learn more about Lotte Healthcare, click here!

Throughout our interview, we cover:

  • The iTouch Wearables collection is designed for not only those who want to live with more organization and information at their fingertips, but also anyone who lives their day on-the-go and needs a built-in assistant
  • Mux is a company that provides video infrastructure and analytics for businesses and developers. They offer a range of products and services that help businesses to stream, measure, and monetize their video content.
  • Nuralogix created a non-invasive diagnostic tool that uses a combination of facial recognition and artificial intelligence to analyze changes in facial blood flow and detect potential health issues such as hypertension, sleep apnea and diabetes.
  • Sweatworks creates mobile apps and technologies for gyms, fitness studios, and personal trainers to help them manage their businesses and engage with their customers
  • Healium is a VR technology company that creates immersive experiences for stress and anxiety management, mindfulness, and other therapeutic applications
  • Withings has a range of products such as smartwatches, activity trackers, blood pressure monitors, and smart scales that are designed to help individuals track and improve their health and fitness
  • Lotte Healthcare’s focus is to provide high-quality health-related products and services to improve people’s health and well-being backed by scientific research