We love all kinds of gadgets, from kitchen appliances to electronics, to hiking or camping trips. We even have a feature wearable gadget for you, and a few cool people for your pet, just to cover everyone in your family.
Although the use of smart phones and health applications to monitor exercise and vital signs of the idea is not new, but do you know you can use smart phones small tools to help you keep healthy? In fact, we’re here to introduce 10 of these gadgets, this time for the calorie counters and the gym.
These gadgets can help you make the most of your workout time, keep track of your health and have fun. In addition, all of this is built to focus on health and fitness, which is a top priority for winning the dog world.
In almost all sports, music can be a powerful motor that can run the extra lap, but never swim in that lap. Like Sportiiiis, Finis Neptune is also fixed on the user’s glasses, in which case it is swimming glasses. The device USES bone conduction audio to transmit music to the user’s ear without earplugs.
The device also makes music louder and clearer when submerged. It also comes with a built-in 4GB storage space, an 8-hour rechargeable battery and an OLED screen with music control. [$159.99]
Not fit to shine
It’s a bracelet, a pendant, and it can be put in your pocket. Misfit Shine is an activity tracker that lets you track your actions and activities to help you achieve the goals set on iOS devices. Because of its design, you can tie it to your arm without fear of diving into the water – it’s waterproof!
Just click on the LED indicator to check your progress. It also doubles as a watch, using a button cell for months at a time. [$119.95]
Get into a bike? Check your data, not just a hassle, but it can be dangerous. Use Sportiiiis to keep track of your heart rate accurately. A simple flat view display (HUD) has 6 leds to indicate your heart rate. Cyclists can install it on sunglasses and receive their statistics via voice prompts that convey your speed, heart rate, rhythm and strength.
Its company does sell a series of displays that work with Sportiiiis, but it is also compatible with other manufacturers’ products. [$149.99]
ISpO2 pulse oximeter
The device USES 30 pin connectors to connect to older iOS devices to track and trend your blood oxygen levels, pulse rate and perfusion index, especially if you are an athlete. The product is not suitable for medical use and is more suitable for sports and aviation tracking.
That means it’s a great portable tool for athletes and sports teams. Data from the device can be exported and saved in the history of the athlete for reference or their coach. [$250]
Will sheer willpower not really manage your part? HAPIfork is a small tool that can help you reduce your eating speed. When you “overspeed”, the sensor will notify you by tiny vibrations. It can also track your eating time, the number of “spoons” per minute and the time interval.
All of your data can be tracked using an accompanying application and transmitted via mini-usb. HAPIfork’s “brain” is hidden in the body, but can be removed for safe cleaning. [$99]
This is an ideal high-tech weighing scale for weight monitoring. It tells you more than just your weight. Fitbit Aria tracks the body fat percentage and body mass index (BMI) of up to eight users, then wirelessly transmits the data to your computer for management.
The data it collects is supported and works well with many other applications. It will sync to your smartphone and notify you when you reach fitness goals. Earn badges to share with your friends. [$129.95]
Most health tracker applies to moderate exercise enthusiasts, those running or jogging to keep healthy, but they use most of the tracker may not be suitable for extreme sports enthusiasts. The latter will need to be tracked, an advanced tracker, such as surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding.
Tracking is designed specifically for action, which means that it is installed in the location of the login to the boarding handle, the speed, maximum height, and synchronizing all data with the smartphone application. The app is also social, allowing people to see what other addicts are doing. [$169]
Amiigo fitness bracelet
Amiigo tried to separate his fitness bracelet from the competition. It’s a two-in-one device, one on your wrist and the other on your shoe to capture your upper and lower body movements. The ability to track a particular exercise is performed
Two pieces of knick-knacks can differentiate your movements: cycle, swim, walk, hike, play basketball, play soccer, golf, water sports, and even use weight or aerobic equipment. It is synchronized through bluetooth and is open source, so third-party developers can create applications to use it. [$126]
Sensoria smart socks
Wear this smart sock and get our ankle feedback, yes, ankle, because it’s a stress signal for fitness trackers. The Sensoria Smart Sock is designed for runners who can tell you how long to run and how to improve your performance over time. Although there is a signal or sensor in the sock, it can still be washed and is as comfortable as the next pair of traditional socks
The application learns from your daily actions and ACTS like a virtual trainer, providing you with tips on how fast you should be or how to land properly. [$119]
This bottle is the best gift you can get to the gym. The bottle works like any other bottle, but just press the button to release up to 1.5 teaspoons of your favorite whey protein mixture. It’s great to use this drink during exercise and you don’t need to carry multiple drinks to drink immediately.
“Balls” containing supplements can also be used as a mixer for those hard-to-dissolve powder drinks. The bottles are black or white and are sold at a very reasonable price