Staff, from left to right:
Gunmarie Persson, Hospitality Industry/social media
Kee Bergman, Project Manager/Market strategist
Benedikt Fasel, Case Supervisor/Doctor
Matej Supej, Senior Supervisor/Professor
HC Holmberg, International Senior Supervisor/Professor
Magnus Jacobsson, App developer
Michaela Hoernfeldt, Programmer
Alessandro Galloppini, Performance Engineer
Mathias Gilgien, Case Supervisor/Associate Professor
Adam Olofsson, Programmer
Mads Kjaer Madsen, Internships
Lars Hallstroem, Internships
Gustaf Holst, Internship inlines
Sophie Brundin, Internship public health
Marko Laaksonen, Senior Supervisor/Associate Professor
Feeling brave? Email us about internships!
With our excellent knowledge within sports- and performance technology, we create solutions and products that are not yet out there, we create tracking systems, working with sensor technology, Artificial Intelligence and many things within sports, health and outdoor that might come our way.

180330 A fun way of getting into shape

Nowadays, we are constantly connected to our smartphones: we use our mobile devices to keep in touch with friends, surf the internet, listen to music, take pictures and we even use them as tickets when we get on the bus.
Also the way we train, of course, is being revolutionized by smartphones. Do you think that only the elite athletes and soccer teams that you see on TV can benefit from these technologies? Then, you might need to rethink about it: researchers from the United States found that fitness apps help people being more active and willing to exercise (http://www.jmir.org/2015/8/e195/).
There are several apps available that monitor your movements, calculate your energy expenditure and keep track of the statistics collected during your training sessions. Their features depend on the particular sport they are designed for and a great variety of choices is available, from running to swimming, from cycling to boxing.
You have no more excuses: check the app that better suits you and start training!
And it is fun!