The unhealthy side of wearable fitness devices | Arwa Mahdawi - http://www.healtherpeople.com/the-unhealthy-side-of-wearable-fitness-devices-arwa-mahdawi.html

The unhealthy side of wearable fitness devices | Arwa Mahdawi - http://www.healtherpeople.com/the-unhealthy-side-of-wearable-fitness-devices-arwa-mahdawi.html

Amiigo – a fitness bracelet that not only allows you to track things like your exercise, heart rate, blood oxygen levels, skin temperature, overall activity level, and calories burned, it will keep up with your type of exercise, your reps, sets, duration, speed, and intensity. I use FitBit today but I might change to this.

Amiigo – a fitness bracelet that not only allows you to track things like your exercise, heart rate, blood oxygen levels, skin temperature, overall activity level, and calories burned, it will keep up with your type of exercise, your reps, sets, duration, speed, and intensity. I use FitBit today but I might change to this.

The Fitness Device Revolution: From Wearable Fitness Devices to EEG headbands, to Smart Beds

The Fitness Device Revolution: From Wearable Fitness Devices to EEG headbands, to Smart Beds

Interval walking beats regular walking for physical fitness, body composition & blood glucose. Learn benefits of interval walking & how much you need to do.

Interval walking beats regular walking for physical fitness, body composition & blood glucose. Learn benefits of interval walking & how much you need to do.

I was supposed to review the Apple Watch. That was the plan, but then, when Engadget had its first chance to test the device, I was on vacation. Specific

I was supposed to review the Apple Watch. That was the plan, but then, when Engadget had its first chance to test the device, I was on vacation. Specific

Under Armour and HTC create HealthBox, a fitness device bundle for athletes | Ars Technica

Under Armour and HTC create HealthBox, a fitness device bundle for athletes | Ars Technica

iPhone and Galaxy smartphones more reliable than current wearable fitness devices at measuring activity, finds study

iPhone and Galaxy smartphones more reliable than current wearable fitness devices at measuring activity, finds study

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