Nurvv smart insoles changed the way our writer ran. These innovative tools can track your run in more detail than even the best running watches, accurately mapping your gait, cadence, providing live coaching and loads more. Using all this data, the app starts to record your running health score, giving you a rating out of 100.
In the US or UK? Get the smart insoles cheap here:
Nurvv smart insoles | was $299.99 | now $209.99 everywhere in the US
Nurvv smart insoles | was £249.99 | now £174.99 everywhere in the UK
Wherever you are, save 30% in celebration of international running day. Track your runs like never before, with highly advanced information delivered from the soles of your feet to the NURVV app.
Why get this smart insoles deal?
There aren't many specialist products like these on the market yet, but NURVV is making waves. Getting cadence and footstrike information from the soles of your feet ensures next-level accuracy when it comes to creating an accurate picture of your runs.
Presented via the Nurvv app, you have easy access to the information on your phone, allowing you to adjust the way you run for optimum results. For example, live coaching lets you know when you pace begins to slow, prompting you via your earphones. The footstrike information can help you choose the best running shoes for men or best running shoes for women, depending on what kind of support you need.
All this information is similar to what you'd get in a gait analysis, so to have this at your fingertips is revolutionary. A word of warning: these deals are ONLY live until June 6th. You have just a few days to take advantage of this amazing deal - don't miss out!
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Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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