Okay today and before I introduced you some T-Shirts that can help you to monitoring your sleeping time or body physiology and compatible with your iPhone or smartphones. But here I came with little difference. A T-Shirt but its help you to maintain your body shape. Wearable fitness products are all the rage these days, but most of the ones on the market only track heart rate and location, and sometimes temperature and orientation. Students from Northeastern University in Boston have developed Squid, a sensor-laden compression shirt, smartphone app, and internet portal that measures and records muscle activity.
The shirt probably can’t tell the difference between a bench press and push up, but at least its one less task to worry about while whipping yourself into fighting shape. The shirt contains four EMG sensors (the “tentacles”) that track muscle activity, essentially recording the number of repetitions of a resistance exercise. It also monitors heart rate activity so you can get a complete overview of your weight lifting sessions. I think it will able to keep your workout history, but you’ll want to share about this history to your partner.