Withings announces Pulse HR, a water–resistant fitness tracker offering HR measurement, connected GPS tracking, smartphone notifications with an outstanding battery life of 20 days.
Just two months after the official return of Withings, the French digital health company today announced Pulse HR, a new addition to their range of health and fitness trackers that features heart rate monitoring, multisport features and connected GPS capabilities. Committed to offering premium designed connected devices, Pulse HR brings a classic fitness tracker design option to Withings‘ range, while still offering the key features people enjoy in the Steel and Steel HR watch range, such as a category-leading 20-day battery life. Pulse HR begins presales today and will ship in time for the Holidays on December 5, 2018 priced $129.95.
It is claimed that Oscar Wilde once said that it is only boring people that are ever bored. And this statement can be really true, especially as it just shows the dilemma that many modern men are facing. The dilemma of knowing what to do with their spare time, without having to spend a lot of money. Being able to enjoy life and do the things that you like is half of the fun of it. But being able to challenge yourself and learn and grow are also good things to be doing. And when you look at life with this kind of approach, to embrace it all and have fun, then you are not going to find yourself in a bored moment anytime soon.
One of the best fat-burning workouts in the world takes place with a pair of running shoes and the world at your feet. Running is no doubt a winner when it comes to fitness, because no matter where you are – whether in the gym on the treadmill or out in the world on a new terrain – you can run. However, there’s one universal truth for most fitness followers, and that is that running can be, well, boring. Read the rest of this entry
Sometimes the idea of getting out of the house first thing in the morning to visit the gym is a nightmare, and no one wants to be trekking out in the freezing cold to run on the treadmill for an hour at 5am. If you hate going the gym and you still want to stay fit, did you realize that you can still stay fit at home. Here are some of the ways you can keep fit and build that toned, lean body you’ve always wanted without leaving your living room. Read the rest of this entry
The majority of us engage with some sort of sport. After all, we need to keep up with our recommended 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise or 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise per week. However, we tend to get roped into the same old sports out of sheer habit. Perhaps we head to the gym, maybe we form part of a soccer or football team, or maybe we engage with a bit of boxing. But it’s important to bear in mind that there are alternative forms of exercise out there. Sure, they might not be as well advertised to us, but it’s a good idea to try them out. Who knows – you could find something that you’re truly passionate about. So, to open your mind a little, here are a few different alternative forms of exercise that you might like to try your hand at. Read the rest of this entry