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Bachelor’s Project
2017 - 2018

3CI - Elisa BERNARD

Facts

30%

Of runners get
injured every year.

90%
Of runners training for
a Marathon are injured
each year.

65%

Of all runners are injured
within a given years

A minor dehydration, about 2% of water loss,
is accompanied by a 20% decrease in sports
performance.

Research
Training mood
Lack of pleasure
Perceived exertion level
High monotony & stress

Training habits
Rest days
Number of « intensity days » per week

Training program
Competition program
Lack of recovery during
and between competitions
Overtraining

Other factors
Age
Weight
Health
Type of sport

High risk
Of injury

Stress & fatigue
Boring
Nutrition
Sleep
Stress

Previous injuries

- An app will be add for more
informations, details

Research

Survey (118 answers)
83% had injury during their run
94% know why they get injured
(variety of responses)
95% of people have injuries to the
lower limbs (sprained ankle, knee
injury, muscle strain, tear muscle…)

People need to know when they must
to stop running (before the accident)
People need where and when it's
starting to be dangerous, during their
run (be aware of the risks)
People need to be guided by something
or someone who know perfectly when,
how, where to run (like a coach)

There is an opportunity to create
a device to prevent and avoid injury
There is an opportunity to help
people before the get injured

Journey map
1

2

3

Wake up

Get ready

Running

Emily wakes up
Like every day.

She is going for a run for the
fourth time in this week.

In the beginning she is
feeling good.

4

Time passing
After more than 2 hours…

5

6

7

Tired

Injury

Stop training

She knows she has to stop
but she doesn’t want to.

With fatigue and
overtraining, she is injured.

She has to wait for several
weeks before tu run again.

Idea n°1

Reality augmented

Focus on two factors

- Analyse the ground, the situation
- Detecte fatigue
- Analyse the speed, heart rate,
duration, distance

Idea n°2

- How I feel during my run
- Time, heart rate, calories
burned, lap times and
averages
- Estimate and recovery
advisor

-

The risk of injury
during my run

- An app will be add for more
informations, details

Live

Detects dehydration, and speed level

heart rate zones

Performance

Injury prevention

Gear sport is a watch who
Look after your diet

Many app with the apple watch
To look after the diet, hear rate

Suunto spartan : recovery time
Give the feeling after a run

Timeout
before/after

Analyse all your run
Help after injury
Give a global mark

Polar V800 : Fatigue analysis

How does it work ?

Mon 9 Jan

21°

11:12 AM

Easy 63%

Aerobic 75%

Lap distance

Distance

5:87
35:46
6:05

5:87
120
202

timer

Heart rate

Running

Pace

calories

Astrand method :
Maximal heart rate : 220 - age = x bpm
(beats per minute)
Relaxed = 50-60%
Easy = 60-70%
Aerobic = 70-80%
Threshold = 80–90%
Maximum = 90-100%

threshold 81%
Mon 9 Jan

21°

11:12 AM

How does it work ?
Intensity training
(orvertaining, under training)
Mood, how I feel

Ground (flat or hilly)
Maximum 90%
Risk of injury

Sleep

70%
Previous injury

Time (more it take time, more
there is a a risk)

user profile (age, weight)

Option : Activate/ Deactivate vibration

How does it work ?
Intensity training
(orvertaining, under training)
Mood, how I feel

Ground (flat or hilly)
Map

10:09

Sleep

Previous injury

Time (more it take time, more
there is a a risk)

user profile (age, weight)

Option : Activate/ Deactivate vibration

How does it work ?
Intensity training
(orvertaining, under training)
Mood, how I feel

Ground (flat or hilly)
10:09

7h32

Sleep

Total sleep
Goal : 8:00

Time (more it take time, more
there is a a risk)

Previous injury

user profile (age, weight)

Option : Activate/ Deactivate vibration

How does it work ?
Intensity training
(orvertaining, under training)

12:00
Questionnaire

Mood, how I feel

Have you ever had surgery?

Yes

No

If yes, where ?

Abdomen knee leg

thorax shoulder

Have you ever had an injury / fracture / sprain?

Yes

Ground (flat or hilly)

No

If yes, where ?

Abdomen knee leg

thorax shoulder

Do you smoke ?

Yes

Sleep

No

Do you have family members with a particular disease ?

Yes

Previous injury

No

How long have you been running ?
Years

Home

Training

Injury

Stretching

More

Time (more it take time, more
there is a a risk)

user profile (age, weight)

Option : Activate/ Deactivate vibration

How does it work ?

Where is your pain ?

You need
5 min break

Evaluate your pain

4:59
OK

5 min Stretching

10:09

10:09

5 min break
call an emergency ?
call someone in your
repertory

Chris Wilson
INCOMING CALL

Chris Wilson
0:27

How does it work ?

Nice work !

901
6.2 mi
1:18:46

901

1:18:46

80 bpm moy.
6.2 miles

Recovery
time

Recovery
time

6

3

Days

Hours

5 min Stretching

FINISH !

Paused

5.1/10
keep track of

2.9/10
Need for rest

7.5/10
You can run

Also an app…

12:00

12:00

LOGIN

Fill in the questionnaire

6

Hours
5.1/10
keep track of

Recovery time

Email

Today

6.2 miles

Password

forgot password?

Good mood

1:18:46

1402

7.61 km/h

15 132
Stretching

Report an incident

Log In
Need Help ?

Also an app…

12:00
Does your ankle is paintful ?

Monday 9 January - 11h57

Yes

1h18

6,02 miles

6,02 miles

Left toes

Left foot

No, it’s somewhere else...

Thursday 26 December 2017

Right basin

Left basin

Right leg

Left leg

Right Knee

Left Knee

Right calf

Left calf

Right ankle
Right foot

Left foot
Stretching

Friday 15 December 2017
Plantar Faschtis

Stomach

Injury

First aid
1. Rest the injured limb. you may need to use
crutches if the pain is to high.
2. Ice the area. Use a cold pack, a slush bath or
a compression sleeve filled with cold water to
help limit swelling after an injury.
3. Compress the area with an elastic wrap or
bandage.
4. Elevate the injured limb above your heart
whenever possible to help prevent or limit
swelling.
Cessation of run : 4 weeks.
Devices : call a doctor, a physiotherapist, a
podiatrist and an osteopath.

Plantar Faschtis

Chest breath

Training

1h18

1h18

Where is your pain ?

Home

Monday 9 January - 11h57

No

Monday 9 January - 11h57

6,02 miles

Left ankle

12:00

12:00

More

Tuesday 3 November 2017
Ankle sprain
Sunday 30 October 2017

Understood

Achilles tendinitis

Home

Training

Injury

Stretching

More

Home

Training

Injury

Stretching

More

Runner Safe

Visual Identity

Runner safe is a running watch who preventing risks of
injury. The watch also help the user to know if he needs
to rest, what can he does if he gets injured. He also can
evaluate the risk of injury on live.
The logo is inspired by the repetitions of the user’s
steps during the run.
Keywords
Running
Energy
Health
Repetitive
Untouchable

RVB
Digital
#5affe7

RVB / CMJN
Digital/Print
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Logo

Typographies

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Black

Cyan

White

Final presentation

Final presentation

Thank you
for listening to me.


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