Ralph Lauren debuted their new Polo Tech shirt at this year’s US Open. The shirt will track biometric data and transmit it to your smartphone or tablet. This is done by biosensing silver fibers that are woven into the core of the shirt and a device that connects to the side of it.
Another company is this wearable fitness technology space is Athos. They not only developed a shirt but also shorts. When the little bluetooth device is inserted into the Athos clothing it tracks biometric data and senses real-time muscle effort. The data is then transmitted to your smartphone or tablet so you can make immediate adjustments to your workout.