Month: February 2014

Fitness Flower Helps Busy Moms Get Fit Without “scheduling” A Workout

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Busy women with families, careers, volunteer commitments, and carpooling love not having to schedule in a workout into an already action packed day. p90X3 workout Each product has 6 convenient exercises that get you in tip-top shape in less than 10 minutes per day. The Fitness Flower is an easy way to make working out a part of your everyday routine without adding time to your day. The Bathroom Begonia ($19.95) livens up your bathroom routine. You can do a few squats while brushing your teeth or flex your calves while removing your make-up.
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Ankles away! FlyFit fitness tracker worn on leg, not wrist

FlyFit fitness tracker on biker

The FlyFit comes in five colors, including cyan. (Credit: FlyFit) It’s hard to stand out from the crowd of fitness trackers, but the FlyFit hopes to do so via crowdfunding — and by attaching itself to a different body part than normal. The gadget fits around your ankle, not your wrist. The FlyFit shares plenty of similarities with other trackers.
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Bing Health and Fitness App Hits Windows Phone

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