Sneakers with sensors are the everyday reality of professional athletes. Sensors record weight, pressure distribution and movement parameters. Information is collected and analyzed using special software. The collected data can be used to record the progress of an athlete's performance or to plan for growth performance.
Kangoo Jumps is aerobics in roller skates that have springs instead of rollers. It is known that initially such boots were used for the rehabilitation of athletes, and in 1994 Denis Neville - the founder of Kangoo Jumps - introduced the first model of "kangaroo" KJ-1 boots. Later, an aerobics program was developed, which, with some changes, has survived to this day. Kangoo Jumps burns up to 20% more kilocalories per hour than with simple aerobics.