You would not want to trust any other name apart from Polar when it comes to wearable sports and fitness technology, as the company has recently announced the latest exciting member of the Polar M family — the Polar M430. This particular device will arrive equipped with Polar’s proprietary wrist-based heart rate technology, in addition to integrated GPS, as well as personalized, adaptive training guidance, making it the ideal tool when it comes to runners who would want nothing but to achieve their personal best.
LEOMO might not be a name that many of us have heard of before, but they are a developer of innovative sports-based IOT devices. This time around, the TYPE-R has been unveiled, being the first in a whole new category of wearable technologies that has been specially designed in order to assist competitive athletes as well as their respective coaches to further unlock the power of motion analysis.
If you are a fitness buff who would like to keep track of your exercise regime while making sure that everything is on track to meet your performance standards, then you would probably eat the right stuff that suits the path to your fitness goals. Some of us might even enlist the assistance of hardware and apps to aid us along. After all, if something can be measured, it can be improved, right? The Polar H10 is one such device, being a newly available heart rate sensor that is also touted to be the most accurate of its kind in the world today.
We are making our gadgets and gizmos more and more streamlined to the point where you can’t even tell when we’re using them. Fifty years ago people would’ve thought you were insane if you talked into a cell phone, and relegated it to the work of demons. Even now we have Bluetooth headsets so we don’t even have to hold the phone up to our ears.
When you’re working out, you want to have your smartphone on you to not only track your movement, but to provide you with music so you can stay focused. There’s also the off-chance that you’ll want to post up something on Instagram or Snapchat, so you want a way to keep your phone handy, but secured and out of the way for when you’re on the move. Most of the time this equates to an armband, but if it’s plastic or neoprene, it can be a bit of a bother to get it in and out of the pouch.
Despite it still being winter, now is the best possible time to start thinking about that “beach body”, if you’re interested in attaining that sort of thing. You can only safely lose 1-2 pounds a week, giving you just enough time to shave off that 20 you’ve been meaning to drop by summer if you start now. Magazines will start telling you to do crash diets around May when it’s already too late.
When you live in a household that wants to start eating healthier, it can be difficult to get everyone on board. Especially since there are so many interpretations of what “eating healthier” actually means. For some people, this just means cutting out soda and sweets, while to others it means getting a kitchen scale and carefully measuring every calorie that goes into your body.
When you live in a tiny apartment in a busy city, the only place you can really go work out is the gym. It’s not what anyone would prefer, but it’s the only place you can really get in the zone without worrying about knocking into something. If you don’t have the time to make it to the gym, then you’re going to need to figure out how to make due despite the space restrictions.