Striiv Smart Pedometer has Activity Motivation System

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It is said that we as a nation (which is a first world problem) do not really walk around too much, so much so that many of us are overweight (some grossly), and suffer from different kinds of ailments. Well, what are some of the motivation that you need so that you will be able to get up and about more often, taking the stairs instead of the elevator? Turn things into a game would seem to be one solution, and this is where the Striiv Smart Pedometer comes in handy.

The Striiv Smart Pedometer will feature an Activity Motivation System that is capable of tracking your steps accurately, doubling up as a motivating machine so that you will walk more throughout the entire day (and night). It will be available throughout the US from this weekend onwards at nearly 600 Best Buy stores, although those who prefer to do their shopping online can purchase it through BestBuy.com even as you read this.


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The Striiv Smart Pedometer is capable of learning user behavior with each recorded step in order for it to develop personal challenges and goals, so that they are motivated to add thousands of steps within each day. Walking more can be considered to be one of the ways to shed those pounds, and there is no expensive gym fees to pay at the start of each month, too. Not only that, since you are healthier, it would mean there are less visits to the doctor, slashing down on your expenditure even more.

Striiv’s Smart Pedometer was also launched with Striiv Connected, which is a new, built-in social component that enables users to compete in activity-based challenges amongst one’s friends and family. Striiv users are also able to race for real life prizes, although I am not sure who would want to do household chores as a prize, but a cup of coffee surely sounds a whole lot better.

The Striiv Smart Pedometer will retail for $99.95 apiece.

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