Each exercise motion has its own inertial fingerprint. Imagine a glowing dot on your wrist that leaves a 3D trail when you move. Atlas recognizes the unique path of this dot and associates it with the correct exercise from our database.
The optimal position for your Atlas is your left wrist about 3 fingers up from the bend in your wrist. The Atlas completes a rep when your initial motion is repeated. For a unilateral exercise, in many cases, people will plan on exercising both arms or legs. Just track one and your log will show you completed a single activity indicating you worked out both arms. If you are training the same arms or legs, but wanting to track different amounts of weights or reps, you will need to swap the sensor location.
For Leg Exercises
If you need to teach your Atlas the exercise, we have found in some instances it is helpful to provide examples with varying rep counts, i.e., rather than 3 learning sessions with 10 reps each try 3 learning sessions with 6, 8, and 10 reps.
How To Teach A Workout
Our Atlas Dashboard helps with creating custom exercises, adding rest times, and editing on a bigger platform. Click Atlas Dashboard and log in (on your computer) with your Atlas credentials using Google Chrome.
How To Customize A Program
Atlas App Feedback Group
Atlas YouTube Tutorials
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