Gruve was created by a company called Muve from Minneapolis, Minnesota using technology licensed from Mayo Clinic. Basically, it’s a 3D accelerometer that measures a person’s movement during exercise, and converts it into calories expended. So, the users will be able to make use of the Gruve to set their weight loss goal. With the help of the gadget, you’ll be able to optimize the movements during exercise for effectively losing your weight.
A life-long runner or cross-country skier, Wood has tested Gruve. Wood used to have long-distance run during lunchtime, wanting to shred some pounds, but it turned out not so effective to meet his goal. But with Gruve, he learned that what he needs only steady movement and small walks throughout the day only with no noon-time run, then he managed to achieve his goal.
After sitting for a long time, the body changes and begins creating fat instead of energy. Wood calls this the E.C.P or energy conservation point. His is 74 minutes and after 69 minutes of sitting, the Gruve vibrates like a cell phone to remind him to move.
Those little bursts of energy keep his body from shifting into neutral and creating excess weight.
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