Why Pay A Trainer When You Can Wear A $199 Shirt That Tells You To Run Faster?

June 2, 2014 by Jeanine Edwards
shefinds | Style

Feel like you’re letting yourself off the hook when you work out? Like you could be going harder, if only you had the right motivator? Well before you drop big bucks on a personal trainer, consider these new smart shirts from the folks at OMsignal. They created 7 different work out tops that come equipped bio-sensing technology that syncs with a device to tell you to push yourself harder. From the website:

“The high-energy compression shirt simultaneously simulates blood flow and increases muscle capabilities, while delivering real-time biometric data through insights designed to make you faster, stronger and fitter.”

So there you have it. The shirts appear to be designed for serious fitness fanatics, but why not use it to shed those last few pounds before bikini season gets into full swing? Watch out, personal trainers of America!


Be sure to check out the yoga pants you’re supposed to wear without underwear, the weird butt facial trend and tantoos.

[Photo: OMsignal]


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Jeanine Edwards is a writer and editor covering fashion, beauty and shopping. She never misses a sale and is committed to good skincare. Prior to joining the SheFinds team, Jeanine worked at XO Group and InStyle. You can reach Jeanine at [email protected]

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