This exercise machine uses motors for resistance training
This is the prototype EON1.
It's a new take on fitness.
Instead of using analog weights, it uses motors for resistance.
These right here are the motors which actually provide resistance.
The touchscreen will show you the resistance as you move.
The plan is to have streaming content when this launches in late 2018.
Demos will be on the screen.
The company says because the resistance is dynamic there's lesser chance of injury.
It'll work with bluetooth heart rate monitor.
The Ion one will automatically decrease resistance as you get tired.
The device also keeps track of your performance as you exercise.
The Ion one will cost.
$3000 when it launches.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar and this is the [UNKNOWN].