Inventor on a mission

Fitness tracking device secures investors

Tim Elizondo: mission to change tracking

A Scottish start-up, which has created a wearable fitness tracker, has received a six-figure investment from an investor group led by Gabriel Investment Syndicate.

Glasgow-based Attis Fitness has launched its debut product Stridesense after four years in development.

The product is the only wearable on the market which can analyse a runner’s whole stride without the need to visit a laboratory.  

Other investors backing the product include Strathclyde  University’s Strathclyde Entrepreneurs Fund, Shancastle Investments and Scottish Enterprise.

Founder, 26-year-old Tim Elizondo, said: “Our mission is to change the fitness tracking market for the better, by making professional running laboratory-grade technology accessible to all runners.

“In doing so, we’ll help people both improve their running and lessen the risk of injuries.

“As a sports engineer, I’ve been lucky enough to work with the latest sports lab technology and I wanted to make this technology readily available and accessible to all – not just professionals. “

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