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    Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale Review

    We’re already fans of Fitbit Ultra, so as soon as Fitbit Aria was announced, we were eager to try it out. Fitbit Aria is a body scale that takes minoring your weight, body fat, and BMI to the next level. The device works by connecting to your home network over Wi-Fi. Available in white or […]

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    Sports Tracker Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor Review

    Technology makes life easy; sometimes too easy. It’s time we use technology to fight our laziness and raise the bar with exercising. The Sports Tracker Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor is a perfect example of using technology to promote activity and health. The Heart Rate Monitor wirelessly connects to Android phones and provides accurate real-time heart […]

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    FitBit Ultra Review

    How far do you walk in a day? Who knows!? Surely your regular everyday movement counts as some form of exercise, but you probably have no idea if you’re walking one mile a day or ten miles. Sure, there’s the classic pedometer, but now there’s something better, sleeker, more accurate, informative, and dare we say […]

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    PowerBIKE Vibrates Away Your Calories

    It isn’t all that difficult to figure out how to make an exercise bike more entertaining. After all, all you have to do is throw on a display for videos, and it’s all set. That said, coming out with a way to make an exercise bike more challenging is quite a bit more tricky. But […]

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    EA Sports Active 2 for Wii Review

    As I write this review my muscles ach intensely, simple task such as preparing my morning bowl of cereal have become much harder and require more focus then usual. This isn’t because I was beat up or because I did intense lifting at the gym. It’s because I decided to play EA Sports Active 2 […]

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    i-dration Drinks Bottle Reminds You When To Drink

    Set to be revealed at CES 2011, the i-Dration drinks bottle is a device that works in synchronization with a smartphone. The idea here is that the device’s app is able to encourage athletes to drink when they need to, rather than just when they feel thirsty. This is important because it turns out that […]

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    Swimsense Swimming Performance Monitor Measures Laps with Apps

    Swimsense from Finis is a new performance monitoring device that is designed to wear on your wrist while swimming, so that you can keep on top of all of your stats in the water. Using a built-in accelerometer and magnetometer, Swimsense is able to automatically record the number of laps, total distance, calories burned, lap […]

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    No Wii – No Problem, Arctic Gym is a Wii Fit Alternative

    The ARCTIC GYM is meant for those without consoles but still want to workout at home utilizing interactive peripherals. The Arctic Gym includes an interactive exercise mat that allows players to have fun while keeping fit, losing weight and burning calories at the same time. It is a video game system that detects your movements, […]

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    Gaiam Zone Trainer Requires Taps to Keep You Fit

    Oregon Scientific’s new Gaiam Zone Trainer is a watch that encourages women to stay in the “zone” when exercising. The Gaiam Zone Trainer allows its wearer to quickly toggle between their heart rate, calories burned, and workout time – just by tapping the display. No buttons required! The display features over-sized digits and target zone […]

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    JayBird Sportsband Review

    The Jaybird Sportsband is a wireless headset that aims to be the perfect workout companion by letting you wirelessly stay connected to your phone and music while you burn calories. Design: Even the JayBird Sportsband packaging exemplifies the fact that the Sportsband is intended for those who work out and are athletic. It’s headband style […]