There is no stream of life that technology hasn't affected and now it will assist you in developing the right biceps. Two students of Cornell University Michael Lyons and Greg Meess have invented a device which they call, "haptic exercise coach." It consists of a pair of accelerometers attached to the wrist and upper arm, while a micro-controller tracks the data obtained from them. The user can specify the calibration in advance and in case your arm movement goes out of line the device vibrates as a warning. The user then adjusts his arm movement and exercises accordingly. It can help in reducing injuries besides helping you develop ideal biceps.
The technology intends to be of great use who do not exercise under the supervision of a trainer. The device combines physics with human anatomy to achieve optimum output from the time you spend working out. Students have already filed a patent and are excited about the possibilities of their invention. Similar devices can be used for other crucial parts of the body such as legs, arms, torso etc. The device could be of great help to sportsmen from Baseball to Cricket by guiding them with the speed and the angle at which to exercise their body parts. It can help recover early from their injuries and get back to the game. The data collected by the device can be effectively used by physical therapists to quantify the improvement in patient.