Month: February 2014
Fitness Flower Helps Busy Moms Get Fit Without “Scheduling” A Workout
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Just attach the flower to your bathroom mirror and set the hourglass for each exercise. Once you realize that you can sneak a workout into your daily routine without adding anything to your to-do list, youll be hooked! The Fitness Flower philosophy integrates many of your daily tasks with corresponding exercises. They blow away the myth that working out takes time away from your daily routine. The Reading Rose Bookmark has six extra exercises you can do without getting out of bed!
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Fitness tracker Basis said to be shopping itself to Apple, Google
Basis has been shopping itself around for the past couple of weeks, talking with Apple and Google about a potential acquisition, according to the report. Microsoft and Samsung are also reported to be possible buyers of the company, which the report said could be purchased for “sub-hundred million.” Basis and Microsoft declined to comment on the report. CNET has also contacted the other companies for comment and will update this report when we learn more. Related stories Apple patents headphones that can monitor your vital stats The http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm company’s $199 wrist-worn tracker — while roughly $75 to $100 more than competitors like the Fitbit Flex and Nike FuelBand — stands out in the crowded and hotly contested space. It contains a consistent heart-rate monitor built into the back of the band, a workout intensity monitor that tracks perspiration, and a skin temperature reader that helps flesh out data on how hard you exert yourself throughout the day.
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