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ALL ABOUT SOCIAL FITNESS

Take a Bite Out Of the Apple With These 4 Fitness Apps For Your iPhone

If you don’t want to shell out money for a fitness tracker, and you own an iPhone, there are plenty of apps in the App Store that’ll monitor burned calories, steps and other stuff using a GPS. So which apps are the best ones for your iPhone? Well, we have that answer for you!

5 Powerful Benefits of Using Fitness Trackers

The past few years have seen a huge surge in the creation and use of fitness trackers such as the Fitbit, Jawbone, and Misfit.

The Best Fitness Trackers For Men

C’mon, you didn’t think we had forgotten about you, did you?

5 Easy Steps To Create a Social Fitness Challenge

Are you driven by competition? If you know yourself and know you are a competitive person, you can leverage that when you are trying to get or stay fit.

How To Use Fitness Apps For Race Training

Choosing to compete in a race or another fitness event is a great way to achieve your weight loss and fitness goals. For some people, focusing on the scale when trying to lose weight is too grueling and not motivating enough. Having a race to train for can be a way to have milestones and goals that focus on your overall fitness, not just weight loss. For others, participating and competing in races is a way to stay in shape and push the limits of their bodies. Whatever your reason for participating in a race, here are several tips on training for an event.
06 Feb

3 Reasons Why We Love Social Fitness

Over the last decade, the fitness world has adapted and grown around the sense of community people find through their mobile devices. People love connecting through mobile apps like Strava and wearable fitness devices like Fitbit. But why are we drawn to these apps and devices? Here are three main reasons why we love social fitness.

Top 5 Fitness Trackers With Heart Rate Monitor

Tracking your heart rate is essential for good, healthy fitness. Being too sedentary in between workouts will stress your heart beyond what is healthy; working out too much will be dangerous.
16 Oct

5 Fantastic Couples That Kicked Fat In the Butt And Lost It All

Losing weight is one of the hardest things a person can do. The work is tough, and results are slow.

It's Finally Here! A Review On The New Apple Watch 2

The Apple Watch 2 is out and has several awesome new features we thought you should know about. So let’s get right to a review of the new Apple device!

Devices

Fusion Lite

Fusion Lite is the baby version of the Fusion, hence the ‘Lite’. It has all the same tracking features and connects to your Striiv app for viewing progress.

Fusion Bio

Fusion Bio is a ‘premium tracker’ by Striiv - it has the same features as the Fusion, plus the heart rate monitor to make your activity data more accurate.

UP4

The UP4 tracks all fitness, activity and heart data. But you can also use it to pay for your shopping on the go as it links with your credit card.

Air

Fitbug Air is the first Bluetooth ‘smartbug’, which means you can send data from the Fitbug Air to your smartphone or tablet, and view it live on screen.

Band

This fitness watch conveys the utmost elegance and class. Aside from its cool, minimal aesthetic, it monitors your workouts, activity, sleep and notifications.

Pulsense PS-100 Teal Band

PS-100 fitness tracker monitors pulse, steps, calories burnt and activity. It also enables you to train in different zones using its LED indicators.

Pulsense PS-500

Pulsense PS-500 device is great for all kinds of activity tracking and your sleep, and all your real time stats are displayed on the LCD screen.

Reign

Reign tracks your pulse variability, activity, and sleep patterns and really enables you to know and understand your body from the inside out.

Atlas Wristband

Not only the Atlas wristband tracks calories burnt and heart rate, it can also count reps, record stability, power, efficiency, and even your Vo2 max.

Omnisync Sports Bluetooth Smartwatch

The Omnisync measures elapsed time, distance, pulse, lap time and pace. It also has music control and is 100m water resistant, with a battery life of 2 years.

GoBe

Imagine if your fitness tracker automatically took your food intake from your body. The Healbe GoBe health band is the all-in-one device that does that!
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