Dr. Jonathan Folland on Running Biomechanics

As part of the development of Lumo Run, we have partnered with the biomechanics experts over at Loughborough University in the UK to identify important biomechanical measures in running for optimized form for performance and reducing the risk of injury. Dr. Jonathan Folland is one of the lead researchers at Loughborough University with years of experience and expertise in sports science and exercise physiology. In this video, we asked him a few questions on why biomechanics is so important in running.

How To Wear Lumo Lift

It’s easy to wear Lumo Lift on all of your favorite outfits! Follow these simple instructions to wear your Lumo Lift securely and track your posture accurately.

First, slide the square clasp off of the Lumo Lift sensor.

Second, place the Lumo Lift sensor (the larger oval piece) under your clothes, and use the magnetic square clasp to hold the sensor in place.  The Lumo Lift should be worn about one inch below your collarbone.

Third, set your target posture by getting into your best posture then firmly press on the square magnetic clasp.  You will feel three quick confirmation buzzes to let you know that you’re all set.

Introduction to Lumo Lift [Video]

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Now that we’ve announced our shipping schedule, we hope you’re excited to receive your Lumo Lift. We certainly can’t wait for you to start using it!

In the meantime, check out this short video to learn a bit more about Lumo Lift and how to use it. We promise, this info will come in handy when you get a package from us in the mailbox later this summer.