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Walk. Exercise. Beat Records.
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Lu藕ny spacer po brze藕nie艅skim Molo

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Spacerek po Parku Uphagena

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Wyj艣cie do Parku P贸艂nocnego

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Wej艣cie na G贸r臋 Gradow膮

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D艂ugi spacer po Parku Reagana

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Na najwy偶sze wzniesienie Gda艅ska

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Na najwy偶szy szczyt Wrzeszcza

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Szlakiem fortyfikacji nadmorskich

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How it works?

Imagine an app that suggests simple activities based on analysis of your behaviour, e.g. how long and how well you sleep, how active you are or where you prefer to hang out. For example - if you hate running so much you'd rather wait for the next bus instead of sprinting 50 meters to get the one approaching the station, that app would never suggest you to run a half marathon (or even a 16th for that matter).

Well, such an app exists and it's called Aidlab.

How so? Aidlab utilizes a compatible Aidlab Chest Strap, bearing the same name, to track various trivial physical activities such as hops when hanging out in the park, strolling along the beach, doing push-ups at an outdoor gym or climbing an observation deck. Combining the two will allow you to play a mini-game based on performing simple exercises in different areas of your city and its surroundings.

How does a task get completed?

In order to get credit for succeding, you need to exceed a minimal threshold for the particular activity. There is no upper limit, so don't stop! Not only your healh benefits, but you can also place yourself in a record book of the given location, where the 3 best scores of each year land.

What's the catch?

The app is currently only available on iOS phones and feasible actions are for now limited to Gdansk territory.

How are the repetitions counted?

Here's a short demonstration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SbAzaXvofw

Do I need the chest strap?

No :). Obviously, the functions based on body-weight exercises won't be available but the whole rest - counting the number of floors, meters covered or steps will directly be downloaded from your iPhone.

Got your own mini-activity idea?

Please, don't hesitate to email them to contact@aidlab.com. We promise to check each suggestion individually and get back to you.