Neumafit’s PACER Breath Analyzer Surges Past $70,000 on Kickstarter, Revolutionizing Fitness Training

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MIDDLETOWN, DE — In an impressive display of innovation and market demand, Neumafit’s latest creation, the PACER wearable breath analyzer, has soared past its funding goal, amassing over $70,000 on Kickstarter. The device, designed to offer deep insights into athletes’ physical performance, has quickly become a sought-after tool among fitness enthusiasts and professional athletes alike.

Neumafit’s Founder and CEO, Jinmo Kim, expressed immense gratitude for the crowdfunding success. “We are thrilled to see the overwhelming support for our PACER on Kickstarter,” Kim stated. “This device has the potential to change the way athletes train and perform, by providing them with accurate and personalized data about their physical capabilities.”

The PACER sets itself apart from conventional fitness trackers by requiring only monthly use, instead of constant wear during workouts. This innovative approach aims to provide a more comprehensive and periodic analysis of an athlete’s performance capabilities, akin to a Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test (CPET) but without the need for a clinical setting.

What truly makes the PACER revolutionary is its ability to accurately analyze breath metrics, offering users a detailed overview of their VO2 max and lactate threshold. Such data is invaluable for customizing training programs to optimize performance and efficiency. Neumafit plans to initiate the shipping of the first batch of PACER devices to its Kickstarter backers by September this year, marking a significant milestone in bringing this advanced technology to the public.

With the Kickstarter campaign ongoing, Neumafit continues to encourage fitness aficionados to seize this opportunity for exclusive early bird rewards. Backers can look forward to significant discounts of up to 42% off the retail price and benefit from free worldwide shipping, offers reserved solely for early supporters.

The PACER’s successful funding campaign underscores a growing interest in personalized fitness technology that empowers athletes with precise, actionable data. Neumafit’s breakthrough in wearable tech not only promises to elevate training regimens but also sets a new standard for how athletes engage with their own physical health and capabilities.

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