LEO — an elastic fitness band that you wear on your thigh — integrates sophisticated biosignal monitoring to help improve your athletic performance. Unlike activity trackers, the LEO leg band isn’t intended to be worn all day.
Its intended audience appears to be fitness enthusiasts (think triathletes) and professional athletes who would like more detailed analysis of their muscle activity (intensity, fatigue and coordination) coupled with their heart rate and hydration levels to provide insight into their physiology and performance.
More importably, LEO promises to provide actionable recommendations — not just your stats — to help you achieve your performance goals.
The Legband doesn’t come cheap though. It will run you $184 USD.
You can find more technical details on their Indigogo campaign.