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I’m baaaa-aaack…

Well, a lot has happened in the last several months…I’ve moved, gotten engaged to a wonderful man!!, taken up powerlifting and , of course, got injured……… blah……. I have spent the last several months at the massage therapist, chiropractor, doctor. MRI was declined by insurance so we are continuing with rehab….  I have a hip flexor injury and aggrivation of ... Read More »

One Fitness Daily

One Fitness Daily is very simple to use. Upon starting up the app you are greeted with a short welcome and you then choose your current fitness level (from beginner, intermediate and advanced), what body parts you can use (in case of any injury or disability) and what equipment you own. You also set what time you would like to ... Read More »

Best Fitness Trackers of 2013

Best Fitness Trackers of 2013 With so many fitness band trackers to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which one will work best for you. They are all advertised similarly, but they all look very different. That’s why we’re sharing our picks, to help you figure out which one is perfect for your needs! For starters, a fitness ... Read More »

Top 10 Fitness Gifts of 2013

The holidays are a time for gift giving, and fitness friends can be the hardest people to buy for. No matter what your budget is this winter, you can find an awesome gift that will help your friends and family stay or get in shape. We’ve complied a list of 10 gadgets that are either perfect for you to use ... Read More »

Apps That Get You In MMA Shape

So you want to be a fighter? There’s an app for that! Well… kind of. It seems there are apps for just about everything nowadays, but can an app actually make you a fighter? No. It can however, help you recall techniques that you may have forgotten and help give you exercises to sharpen the skills that you have. As ... Read More »

Fitbit Goes Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness

The only thing better than accessories that help you get fit, are ones that give back to a great cause at the same time. Fitbit introduced the pink Flex in honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, and for every one sold, they’re donating $10 to the American Cancer Society. They became in demand immediately, so Fitbit has already ... Read More »

How Samsung Will Force Fitness Apps Open Via ReadWrite

  With so many monitoring devices for your wrist, how do you decided? We have the Nike FuelBand, the FitBit, and now we have the Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch. The Sync Burn can actually get the biological signals to track our heart rates. Check out the future of wrist wear here: http://readwrite.com/2013/09/05/samsung-galaxy-gear-fitness-apps-standards &_suid=137842329205804245386435650289#awesm=~ogBREVsBzrQAai  Read More »

UP by Jawbone

  UP by Jawbone is far from free, although you may download the app itself at no cost. The software, however, is only useful when linked to an accompanying wristband (MSRP $129.99). The wristband uses an accelerometer to record activity and monitor sleep quality. The physical design of the band is superb, as is the quality of the data it ... Read More »

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