When it boils down to wearable sports and fitness technology, there is one name out there that has continued to break new ground for more than 40 years: Polar. The company’s latest offering arrives in the form of the Polar Vantage M, which is an all-in-one multisport watch that will enable serious athletes to enjoy advanced performance metrics alongside a new Smart Coaching without having to break a bank. Accompanying the Polar Vantage M, Polar would be the all-new Precision Prime wrist-based heart rate sensor technology that enables an enhanced degree of accuracy, offering goal-oriented athletes a reliable, customizable running and multi-sport training device.
Owning a watch is something that most of us do, but how many of us see the watch as more than just a timekeeping device? For folks who lead an extremely active life, and would like to measure their physical activity and performance, the name of Polar certainly comes to mind. This time around, the Polar Vantage V will gather more than four decades of expertise in the fitness arena by Polar in order to be the most advanced multisport watch to date. All of the cutting edge sport technologies are crammed into a sleek, durable design, delivering an extremely effective coach and athlete interaction.
Want to get fit, but you are not quite sure how you are going to get started? Perhaps getting a personal fitness trainer is a good idea, but that might put a huge dent in your monthly budget. Why not let technology work for you instead? This is where the Hyfit Personal Gym comes in handy, where it has been described to be the world’s first wearable IoT gym that will be able to bring a whole new level of technology when it comes to fitness tracking and personal exercise training. Touted to be a smart piece of workout equipment that rapidly adapts to the hyper-connected world we live in, the Hyfit Personal Gym comprises of a wearable fitness tracker that will arrive integrated with customizable tension cords. This unique combination offers a full body workout program that will guide the user through more than 250 specialized video tutorials.
Those who are always working out and would like to keep track of the various metrics through the entire fitness regime would definitely have a heart rate monitor of sorts. Well, with the world moving towards integration of functionality in many aspects, Sweetzpot decided to work on the FLOW, a wearable fitness device that will bring together a breathing sensor as well as a heart rate monitor. FLOW arrives in the form of a comfortable chest band with the claim that it can help improve athletic stamina as well as performance.
Want to get started on that fitness regime, but somehow or rather you never managed to find a way in kicking things off? Perhaps it is the foul weather outside, or you simply would want to remain in more familiar surroundings. Let the all-new Peloton Tread change the way you see and experience fitness, where this state-of-the-art new technology and fitness platform will enable Peloton Members to participate in live and on-demand bootcamp and circuit classes right from the convenience of their own homes.
Vivobarefoot has teamed up with Sensoria, bringing together a premier wearable smart technology company alongside that of a shoe company in order to deliver the Vivobarefoot Smart Shoe. This partnership has produced what is deemed to be the very first IoT-enabled shoe in the world that sports an ultra thin sole so that the foot will be able to do its natural thing. From a concept one year back to reality today, this new shoe will feature a single layer of fabric thin pressure sensors which enables users to record natural movement without having to include any additional underfoot padding or interference. The connected barefoot movement shoe will be available for purchase some time in the second quarter of this year.
Scosche is a household name when it comes to rolling out different kinds of accessories for smartphones, mobile devices, and road warriors who are always on the move. This time around, their genius has reached new heights with the introduction of the Rhythm24, a waterproof armband heart rate monitor. This next generation device will continue from where the Rhythm+ left off in 2014. Arriving in an all-new look while accompanied by expanded features, there are variable activity modes that will help ensure accurate biometric measurements are always captured, stored and shared with Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ devices including smart/sport watches, smartphones, tablets, and exercise equipment, among others.
Ever wondered whether your workout schedule actually has had a positive effect on your body? While weighing yourself and seeing your weight drop might be just one particular sign, it would be far better to have a dose of other metrics to be able to keep track of. The InBody BAND 2 is a wearable body composition analyzer that is now available for sale, where this all new fitness tracker will be able to measure percent body fat, fat mass, as well as muscle mass, not to mention keeping count of the number of steps that you have taken for that particular day while monitoring your heart rate.
LumaGlo knows that some people like to work out in the evening or early in the morning, before the sun sets or rises. After all, that might be the only time slot that is available for them to be able to get some exercise into their busy schedules. However, running in dark or low light conditions does have its dangers — you are definitely far more difficult to spot, especially when you pound the pavement. It is always good to wear a safety vest or carry some form of illumination with you. This is where LumaGlo’s CrossBelt comes in handy.
Fitness trackers are pretty nifty things to have around your wrist. After all, it is a constant reminder to you that you ought to get moving more as opposed to lazing on the couch, snacking on some chips and gulping down copious amounts of Coke. While a smartphone might have an app that is able to provide a general idea on how many steps you’ve taken, there is nothing quite like a dedicated fitness tracker to get the job done. CoWatch manufacturer, iMCO Technology, knows this, which is why they have announced the CoBand K4, a fitness tracker that will get the job done without breaking the bank.