High tech gyms are a complete matrix, isolated from the outside world. It’s like the minds of Rober Taylor (the man who created ARPANET), Archibald Hill (the man who created VO2 Max), John L. Sulivan (The man behind The World Boxing Championship) and Dan Flavin (famed for art
These spaces are alive, an almost living entity, 3D sound reverberates, exercise devices are interactive and the ambiance is that of a posh club. Some might even call high tech gyms a
High tech gyms seep with technology, some of which may be called post-apocalyptic. A few gyms, in London, offers smart air. Smart air is purified with a UV lamp. This is something typically done in Beijing due to the air being unsafe for consumption. However, in a high tech gym, the air is purified for a clean oxygen-rich atmosphere. The UV lamps remove .99 percent of all impurities, including urea, the bacterial in sweat. Moreover, the pools are treated via UV, more than a gym, these are Sci-Fi realities.
Forms of sensory deprivation, as a fitness trend, may have seemingly vanished with the Seventies’. However, a few high tech fitness gyms offer Hydroxic
Although some of us are Luddites and prefer the simplicity of lifting weights, or running a track, these high tech gyms are worth checking out. Often, they offer sports medicine and diet specialists that can assist the traditional exercise enthusiast as much as the technocrat.