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GymPraaktis develops AI Exercise Engine software to revolutionise at-home fitness

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GymPraaktis develops AI Exercise Engine software to revolutionise at-home fitness

Health and wellness software company, GymPraaktis, is launching its new Exercise Engine software for gyms and members looking to improve their fitness routines from home.

Linking smartphones to patented technology, GymPraaktis enables users to record their routines via an app, using motion capture for instant precision feedback.

No special markers or equipment are needed and the Exercise Engine.

The Exercise Engine software uses Artificial Intelligence to immediately calculate scores for each attempted move, such as biceps curls or squats, compared with measurements for the user against ideal performance.

The software is designed to correct positioning, track users’ motion and measure relevant distance, angles and speeds of motion.

The user can perform their routine anywhere and also link with experienced trainers for instant performance insight.

Launching the new technology, Muzaffar Karabaev, CEO of GymPraaktis, said: “In these challenging times, GymPraaktis technology gives gyms the opportunity to provide precision feedback to members, even when they’re unable to visit in person.

“Our Exercise Engine means coaches can offer accurate, measurable insights into the gains clients are making in terms of technique, as well as tips and encouragement.

“Getting detailed scores in real-time will allow users to track and develop their technique, quantify progression, and improve their performance long-term.”

The app uses Exercise Engine to score user performance across five different routines.

Within the app, users can create groups of friends to compare scores and compete with one another. It also allows users to progress to different levels based on attainment.

Karabaev continued: “Logged scores can be compared against peer groups, family and friends, which will drive wider competitive engagement in fitness programmes, even when gym doors are closed.”

A free showcase version of the GymPraaktis App illustrating how the Exercise Engine can be used is now available through the Google Play Store for Android devices. An iOS version will be available in the coming weeks.

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Supplier: GymPraaktis Technology

GymPraaktis is dedicated to helping licensees and developers create uniquely engaging smartphone applications within the gym and wellness spheres. The GymPraaktis Exercise Engine® offers licensees and developers the ability to give app users immediate scores and feedback on their performance, for a range of gym exercises simply by taking a video on their smartphone. No special set-up, markers or locations are required to capture and analyse the routine. Apps using the Exercise Engine® can use leaderboards, levels, credits, rewards and friends’ networks; engaging users trying to improve scores, encouraging inviting of friends to compete and enabling remote coaching at scale to assist in technique improvement.

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