The world’s first fitness and posture coach for the office.
Hey, I’m your 8th sense. Your sensor-based coach for better back health, well-being and productivity.
An attachable coach for your clothes. Helps you to sit more actively. With posture training. Informs you about your actual fitness level in your office. 8sense is designed to enhance and protect your health and productivity.
12h sitting per day. One-sided strain for your muscles. Decreasing productivity. Adverse effects on your intervertebral discs. The consequences of one-sided sitting at work are tremendous and cannot be fixed with a simple after-work training.
That’s why you should join the 8sense community.
8sense offers you a “physiotherapist light”. Always by your side, whenever and wherever you want.
Receive real-time feedback via direct vibration on your body and via the application. To achieve more healthy habits.
Your status gets analyzed. Interact in real-time. 8sense offers you more than other apps so far.
Make use of our knowledge based on latest research and prestigious experts like Dr. Lutz Graumann.
For everybody who wants to benefit the own health despite small amount of time.
8sense offers personal coaching for everyone. Cheaper than any fitness studio.
State-of-the-art movement detectors combined with the optimal landmarks on your back allow a detailed and automatic posture- and movement detection. And our algorithms get smarter. Everyday.
8sense is perfect for transforming your office routine. No matter if you want to work on personal health issues or on your performance. Learn more about yourself and your habits and extrapolate healthy decisions.
Dr. Lutz Graumann – physician for sports medicine, chirotherapy
Dr. Lutz Graumann – Arzt für Sportmedizin, Chirotherapie
Janna Langer – sports scientist and expert in workplace health promotion
Janna Langer – Sportwissenschaftlerin und BGM Expertin
“Nearly everthing I do is related to a sitting posture. 8sense visualizes my sitting behavior and reminds me to move.”
“I suffer from lower back pain. I am aware that I have to become more active. But I am not doing anything.”