Hexoskin Videos

Training to be an elite athlete is hard

So if you plan on becoming a superstar hockey player over the week-end, this video by elite hockey training camp Goyette 360 will show you how hard you have to train. But it's definitely worth it and camaraderie seems to help keep the spirits high. Share this with your kids!

Hexoskin teamed up with Goyette 360 to add extra efficiency to the training routines. Hexoskin allows coaches and trainers to optimize their athletes' training, pushing the limits back individually and avoiding overtraining, which could lead to fatigue and injury. How do you care for your athletes?

Hexoskin demo - wearable body metrics for all

Hexoskin CEO Pierre-Alexandre Fournier explains why he co-founded Hexoskin, searching for a way to measure human metrics in a non-invasive way. (striptease included)


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Hexoskin featured on CBC The National Wearable Technology helping Athletes

Everything you've always wanted to know about the Hexoskin smart shirt is here in this video broadcasted tonight on CBC's The National. You'll see our offices, employees, customers such as the Canadian Space Agency, Olympic medalists Dufour-Lapointe sisters, Washington Capital's Tomas Kundratek, professional and amateur athletes, etc. After watching, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us. We're always happy to chat with you!

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Canadian Space Agency : No Limits

The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has teamed up with XPAntarctik, a crew of six explorers on an expedition to Antarctica, and the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) to test Astroskin, a new "smart shirt" for space developed for the CSA by Hexoskin. Astroskin is planned to be worn by astronaurs on board of ISS in 2016. Mission specialists will be able to track each astronaut's vital signs while they work and sleep, 24 hours a day.

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Sylvie Lloyd: RAST test with Hexoskin

Check out athlete Sylvie Lloyd's breathing volume during the test: it doubles after the first two sprints.
The Running-based Anaerobic Sprint Test (RAST) measures power and fatigue with six 35m sprints at maximum pace with 10 seconds allowed between each sprint. The Hexoskin smart shirt that Sylvie is wearing measures heart rate, breathing volume, and acceleration during the test.

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