Inpulse cycling shorts powered by artificial intelligence

January 17, 2021
The same feeling when we eat spicy food and feel a little rushed ... When we start using (shorts) Inpulse for the first time, but then we adapt to it very quickly. The same feeling when we eat spicy food and feel a little rushed ... When we start using (shorts) Inpulse for the first time, but then we adapt to it very quickly.

Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Inpulse is due to be shown at this year's virtual CES technology conference.

Inpulse are shorts that emit electrical impulses that are delivered to the cyclist's muscles via a wire mesh inside the shorts fabric.

The connections allow the motor neurons to transmit a signal to the muscle fibers, causing the muscles to contract and strengthen.

Inpulse shorts use electrical currents to directly strengthen muscles without relying on the brain to send signals.

The shorts can be controlled more precisely, gain more muscles and tighten them more forcefully if they are stimulated directly with electricity.

For anyone who is anxious about experiencing an electric shock while riding their bike, it's more like a tingling sensation than a shock.

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