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Energy Harvester is one of the essential technology and found use in many applications. Recently advances have been made in miniaturizing energy harvesting devices to supply wearable devices by exploiting ambient energy in the form of motion, etc. Harvesting energy from the body for powering wearable devices is more challenging due to constraints in terms of size, weight, and cost. As muscle is ultimately the origin of energy available for wearable energy harvesting, the main purpose of this paper is to explain the physiological principles that guided our design process and to present a brief description of our device design and its performance. We implemented the Wearable Energy Harvesting technique which works on the principle of human locomotive movements. We designed a device to generate power effectively without any cost. The power is produced, when we wear the device during locomotion or daily activities, the movements happening in the joints [elbow & knee] of our body.