How did you do with your resolutions from 2015? Don’t worry, neither did we. Even halfway through February, it’s still not too late to turn over a new leaf for real in 2016.
You see, the latest technology makes it easier than ever to track your fitness goals. You might even find exercise and eating right is more fun when you have manageable daily goals, not to mention a little help from your technology “pals”. You’ll be enjoying the unique gifts of better health in no time!
Monitoring your progress has never been easier than with the Wellness Monitor Wristband. It automatically tracks daily movements, as well as sleep cycles, to help determine if you are getting sufficient exercise and sleep. It automatically uploads the information via Bluetooth when within 15 feet of a compatible paired device. Data can also be synched into popular fitness apps such as SparkPeople and Lose It!
Amp up your treadmill workouts with this dome-shaped monitor that takes you on a virtual adventure through some of the world’s most exotic locales. Found in Europe’s top-tier health clubs, the 38″ hemispheric, concave monitor sets up in front of your existing treadmill to create an incredibly lifelike portal. You can run through California’s Joshua Tree National Park, jog along the Pacific coastline, or even take a run through the mysterious Area 51. A wireless sensor automatically syncs the movie’s speed with your running pace.
Measure your results with this behavior-influencing bathroom scale that uses a color-coded digital readout to display weight lost or gained since the last time you weighed yourself. The LCD’s background illuminates red if you’ve gained weight and green if you’ve lost weight, allowing you to quickly track your progress. Up to eight users can store their profiles and their results over up to 30 weigh-ins. This scale is a motivating and unique gift for your whole family when you’re in it together.
You will improve your odds of achieving your resolutions if you frame your fitness goals as a path to achieve better health and happiness. Break up your resolutions into smaller measureable goals that will give you a chance to mark success every few weeks and by this time next year, you’ll find keeping resolutions in 2016 was easier than you ever thought possible.