Smart shorts improve cyclists’ performance

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Smart cycling shorts which electrically stimulate riders’ muscles to improve performance have been developed by UK start-up Inpulse. Sensors monitor muscle activity and the information they collect is fed to a processor which determines which muscles need stimulating to improve the rider’s  Electric impulses are delivered to the muscles and quads through a network of …

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