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Top Fitness Gadgets For The Outdoors


Fitness gadgets are changing the way we exercise. You might think its not possible to monitor your heart rate, number of steps taken or amount of calorie you’ve burned, but there are some really cool gadgets out there that do just that and more. They encourage you too keep fit and let you know just how effective your daily workout ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: C25K


C25K, which stands for couch to 5k, is an awesome running app for beginners who are very new to fitness. The app was developed to help people who never run, and train them using walk/run intervals so that in eight weeks you’ll be able to run a 5k! When you start training with C25K, the first couple weeks involve more ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: All-In Fitness

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All-in Fitness is intended for people who wish to stay fit, but need some guidance and motivation to do so. As they told us in a recent interview, “The detailed instructions in the form of pictures, videos and textual information make this app a great substitute for a personal trainer” (for only $3.99!) The app is mostly intended for active ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: Runtastic


In last 4 years, over 40,000,000 people have downloaded Runtastic and over 18 million of those users have registered on Runtastic.com to upload workout sessions and watch progress. We wanted to find out what makes this company so reliable to its users, so we went right to the source and spoke with the company themselves. After speaking with Runtastic, it ... Read More »

Runtastic Pedometer PRO

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  Runtastic Pedometer Pro turns your smartphone into—you guessed it—a pedometer. It counts your every step, with the goal the “everyone should walk 10,000 steps per day.” Like other apps that focus on one specific aspect of fitness, rather than trying to synthesize your entire life into a fitness plan, Runtastic Pedometer Pro attacks the simple task of walking/running, an ... Read More »

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