Fitness trackers are great, which is why nearly everyone these days works out with one. There are heart rate monitors, distance trackers, calorie counters and a myriad of other options. However, most of them share one common shortcoming… they’re not always the easiest to read while you’re working out!
These days most people wouldn’t imagine doing a workout without tracking their results. While you can choose from hundreds of techy gadgets and thousands of apps, to get the most accurate results, the best way to track exercise is with a wearable device. Most of these wearable devices track activity through steps, heart rate or location, and provide cardiovascular feedback. However, there’s no good way to measure and track strength. That is, no affordable way to do so… until now. » Read Full Story
Losing weight is hard work, and apps can provide convenient, valuable guidance. With so many out there, however, it can be a challenge to know which app to use. In its research, Appitalism.com identified the top 10 free apps for weight loss and as a fitness tracker, and we’ve shared them below to get you started researching and deciding which is best for you.
Any golfer knows the multiple challenges of the game – the nuances of various holes, courses, clubs and skill. For all the frustrations, there’s nothing like a superb drive, a perfect putt or a birdie – which is what keeps golfers keep coming back day after day. If you’ve been doing your CROSS CiRCUIT Golf Swing workouts and your game still isn’t what you’d like it to be, these fitness trackers may help do the trick.
Most of us can benefit from some extras help when it comes to staying on track with workouts and ultimately improving our fitness level or performance in competitive events. Apps and wearable technology have opened an entirely new world for fitness measurement and tracking.
Check out this comparison of this year’s most popular health and fitness gadgets to see how they rate. Bottom line: you can learn a lot from these clever devices, and if you persist in wearing them they can help you fine-tune your activity levels, diet, and sleep strategies.
BASICS: This rubber bracelet—perhaps the most sports-oriented of the lot—gives you a rundown of steps and calories burned via flashy LED readouts and a single button on the wristband’s front. It pairs with Nike+ Connect software, and the driving stat is an activity-based, Nike-specific currency called NikeFuel.