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29 May

Bose SoundSport Free Wireless Headphones

£179.95

When it comes to audio for fitness, one brand of head phone seems to be cropping up a lot in 2019. The popular Bose SoundSport Free Wireless Headphones. The weather and sweat-resistant earbuds come with three different pairs of sports tips for the perfect fit and an app to personalize all the sound settings. The volume-optimised EQ and Bose digital signal processing make music sound full and balanced at any volume. No matter how crowded the gym is, your workout playlist will keep you energised.

Cool Featured include a five-hour battery life and a ‘Find My Buds’ feature in case you happen to lose them during an intense gym session. When you’re done, place them in their case to recover.

Skulpt Performance Training System

£94.37

Skulpt Performance Training System allows you to grab accurate data and analyze which of your muscle groups needs more attention so you can achieve peak performance. The system is capable of identifying the relative strength of 24 muscle groups in various areas of your body so you can personalize your workouts further. The App also delivers workout advice tailored to your physique and goals. 

Apple Watch Series 4

£399+

This fourth-generation Apple Watch has great coaching features, is water resistant to 50 metres and is 70% faster than previous models. Thought to be the best Apple Watch yet with ultimate usability and simple but rich fitness capabilities.

Apple has created a three-ring design. The inner ring is blue and ensures you stand at least once an hour. If you’ve been sitting, you’ll get a nudge at 50 minutes past the hour. The middle ring is green: to complete this ring you need 30 minutes of brisk exercise. The outer ring is the toughest to complete. You need to burn a number of active calories during the day. Active calories are the ones you burn in addition to, you know, breathing, eating, talking and so on. You set the target yourself but it can still be a challenge to do it seven days a week.

Fitbit Aria 2

£119.99

Known for their fitness trackers Fitbit also make great bathroom scales too. But these are no ordinary scales, in addition to measuring weight it can also track an athletes percentage of body fat and calculate BMI too. The smart scale can store profiles for up to eight individuals, keeping each of the users’ data private and separate from one another. That information syncs wirelessly with a smartphone, which can be used to track trends, displaying charts and graphs that provide a clearer picture of weight loss and overall health as a result.

Beast sensor

£279+

Beast sensor streams data about strength, power or speed for each lift on your smartphone or tablet in real-time, in order to stimulate you giving the best on each training session. Being magnetic, Beast is also compatible with a variety of different weights, machines and supports bodyweight exercises too.

Following each training session, your data will be made immediately available online to review. Collecting data from your past performances
allows you to better understand your strengths and weaknesses and train better in the future.

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