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The Future of Fitness is in the Works.

After the successful completion of our Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign, we raised a total of $384,628.  Thanks to our earliest supporters, we nearly QUADRUPLED our goal!

Now we’re ready to manufacture, and are just as excited as you are to get Aim in your hands.

We’re currently working on developing the mobile app for the online dashboard – the smartest fitness software out there. The dashboard will enable you to track your progress over time, and see how your body is changing.  You can set personal goals, and even get tailored workout advice for the most efficient routines. Skulpt’s dashboard will monitor your progress, collect the most relevant data, and provide you with the most accurate representation of your fitness.

We want YOU to get in on the action, and help us ‘sculpt’ Aim into a device you’ll love.  If you have an awesome idea for what you’d want to see on the dashboard, or how we can make your Skulpt experience even better, we want to hear it! Send us your comments, questions, and suggestions to [email protected].

In more news: We have our cradle ready!  Check out the latest addition to the Skulpt package, below. It’s small, lightweight, and effective.

Aim CradleAim Charge

6 thoughts on “The Future of Fitness is in the Works.

  1. Phil Allmond

    An open API to allow syncing and export to Fitbit and MyFitnessPal would be great. Also, if body weight input is needed, it could sync with Withings and Fitbit Aria scales.

  2. Raoul

    The charging cradle looks nice, but I would have preferred a regular micro usb one like most cell phones.

    I am sure I am not alone who prefers standard chargers and cable just in case stuff breaks.

    1. Stasia Dara Post author

      Thanks for your feedback Raoul,

      The device will be able to do about 300+ muscle tests before a recharge is required. Of course this depends on how often you will use your device, though hopefully by not having to recharge it often, it won’t break so easily. Hope this helps!

  3. Mohit Bhargava

    Please consider using standard USB chargers and cables. I would be a big fan of you shipping the AIM without a charger if you did this. Its a much more environmentally responsible decision and would make me feel so much better about buying the device.

    1. Christopher Bailey

      Just FYI Mini USB IS a usb standard. if they should move to anything it should be USB type C for future proofing. but right now the cable is a simple cable to get