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Monday
Apr132015

Virtual Reality Meets At-Home Workouts

When it comes to working out, either at home or at the gym, there’s usually not much you can focus on to take your mind off how much you’re sweating. Sure, you’ve got your music in, maybe you’ve got a show on in the background, or you’re staring at Judge Judy with the captions on, but nothing really works. None of those are quite as distracting as say biking through the Italian countryside or making your way through a park in Los Angeles.

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Saturday
Jun072014

Track Your Own Data: Apple’s Got a New Health Plan in Store 

Apple unveiled its iOS 8 interface yesterday (yes, just months after iOS 7 took us forever to download) and one big change that’s coming has to do with personal health data.

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Monday
Apr212014

EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE, EVERY STEP YOU TAKE, BREEZE WILL BE WATCHING YOU

Walk, don’t run, to the nearest exit. Then continue walking. Nice! You’re a few steps closer to today’s goal! Not sure what your step count goal is? That’s because you don’t have the iOS app Breeze, sister to the popular fitness tracker app RunKeeper, which tracks all your daily activity, not just your workouts. And if we’re being honest, if you had us pick between walking and running, we’d pick the walk every single time.

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Saturday
Sep142013

FEEL THE BURN AND FINISH A CHAPTER WITH RUN-N-READ

Running and reading – two activities you’d think wouldn’t be too hard to do together. They both start with “R” and they’re both good for your health (one physical, one mental) and yet the combination of jogging and reading The Hunger Games can be an incredible eye sore (both for your eyes and for everybody else in the gym who sees you go flying off the treadmill).  Run-n-Read is here to change all that.

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Wednesday
May012013

Wednesday Wonder – Bobbing ReadingMate Computer Display

Using a set of custom goggles, the ReadingMate system matches the motion of your display to the motion of your head – so the display bobs up and down in rhythm with your workout.

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