I’m thinking of creating a HIIT workout that would have a circuit of exercises recorded and sensors placed on the client to record their movement and metabolic activity. The client would workout with the video, and sensors would then be used to give the client feedback if their form was incorrect or if they were not in their target workout zone based on their lactate threshold.
Interesting idea. Proper form, while there is an “ideal,” can also be very individual depending on one’s bony structures and joint structure, so I’m wondering how you would actually measure that. For example, I have an internally rotated femur where it comes into the right hip and then externally rotated tibia. A doctor, two physical therapists, and a yoga therapist all disagree on what “proper” form is for me since the hip, knee and foot don’t like to track together, so I’m wary that a machine would be able to measure and “correct” complex movement.