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The Valedo device consists of three separate pieces: One tracker on the breastbone to measure upper body motion, and two on the lower back to track pelvic movements. While the user starts off working the upper and lower back separately, later workouts incorporate both exercises. Furthermore, each user calibrates the program to his or her own level of fitness at the beginning, ensuring that the regimen is both challenging and constructive.
Although the Valedo started life as a medical tool, it now skirts the line between a consumer gadget and a physical therapy tool. While anyone can purchase a Valedo and benefit from the back-intensive workouts, it's still primarily helpful to people who have injured their backs and want to return to peak flexibility.
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