E-volve Fitness Studio, a tech-centric Wilmington gym, recently announced its May 1 opening.
We profiled the project in January. Founder Laura Kraman-Parquet said she was working to develop a platform that will sync data from multiple wearable tech devices, such as Fitbits and FuelBands.
Brand new tech savvy fitness studio opening on May 1st. Looking for part time a full time trainers. Must have experience
— E-volveFitnessStudio (@evolvefitnessde) March 15, 2015
Kraman-Parquet refined the concept for E-volve at a Delaware hackathon last November.
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