Train smarter by measuring the way your muscles use oxygen in real time and knowing how hard to push yourself versus your limit.
The Humon wearable helps endurance athletes train smarter by monitoring the way their muscles are using oxygen in real-time and empowering them with the information they need to know when and how hard to push themselves.
Pair with your phone for detailed feedback
Pair with your Garmin watch for visual feedback
Don’t pair with anything for post workout feedback
The Humon wearable will tell you when you exerting yourself within the limits of your threshold, and are not in danger of hitting the wall.
The Humon wearable will inform you when there is a large deficit of oxygen in your muscles and you need to dial back.
The Humon wearable will help you understand when your muscles have recovered and you’re ready to go again.
Get insights on over and under training.
WORKS FOR ENDURANCE AND INTERVAL WORKOUTS
Sports Agent Founder of ethos (Boston Triathlon & Lobsterman Triathlon)
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School Associate Physicist, MGH
Four-time Olympic medal winner Lead Track and Field Analyst, NBC Sports Group Sprint coach IAAF Global Ambassador
Chief, Sports Medicine Service, MGH Surgeon, The Steadman Clinic Ex-Medical Director, New England Patriots
"The Humon wearable is nothing like anything currently in the market. As an athlete, and athlete manager for world-class endurance athletes, I'm convinced that the way Humon leverages muscles oxygenation data in real-time will change the way endurance athletes train. Humon gives us unprecedented visibility into the body and more specifically the way muscles work."
"Humon approached me to test their wearable device against the Oxiplex, a medical-grade device that measures oxygenation in human tissue that I built and continue to improve. I agreed to set up a cycling experiment to test the device and was extremely impressed by its accuracy, especially given it’s size and cost.
Quickly seeing the obvious market potential for such a device, and impressed by the quality of the team, I now serve as an advisor to Humon and engage in research inspired by our work together"
MARIA ANGELA FRANCESCHINI