Thu, 09 Feb 2012 03:53:13 GMT | By AFP RelaxNews, additional photo by stock.xchng and updated by Sheena Wan

New fitness shirt tracks your weight-lifting reps

Sensors inside clothing to gauge workouts? Introducing the Squid fitness shirt.

New fitness shirt tracks your weight-lifting reps (©Mary Knox Merrill Northeastern University)

(Relaxnews) - Fitness buffs who love their techy gadgets have a slew of slick, wearable fitness trackers to choose from, such as Fitbit and Jawbone. But now companies are starting to put sensors inside clothing to gauge workouts -- and US university students have devised their own contender, the Squid fitness shirt.

Find out more about this new fitness 'gadget' by clicking next.


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