March Madness’ Final Four is quickly approaching, and these athletes want more than just the NCAA’s highest prize. They also want homes and tech that are as healthy as they are.
The truth is when appealing to athletic clients, building healthy isn’t an option. You need to include connected devices that maximize training and health.
Home technology that monitors movement and skill can also help you market cost-savings and, more importantly, long-term health benefits to these clients, because sports injuries continue to cost athletes significantly. According to the Youth Sports Safety Alliance, the cost of ER visits for sports injuries exceeds $935 million annually across the U.S.
Indoor air quality (IAQ), tech wearables and connected exercise equipment can help you appeal to athletic clients searching for a healthier home. And this type of tech isn’t just for star athletes. The demand for it spreads to active Millennials and luxury buyers who value their health.
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) systems are a must when building for an athlete or a health-conscious client.