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Radiate Athletics: The Future of Sports Apparel by Radiate Athletics Tito Ortiz (UFC Hall of Fame) has trained in the Radiate shirt and has become an immediate fitness supporter! Please check out the actual video and full write-up in our "Updates" tab at the top of the page. Yahoo | ABC News This Could Be Big: "Workout Shirt Reveals Your Inner Hulk" Mashables “Turn Heads at the Gym With This Color-Changing Workout Shirt”
No Equipment, no problem: 92 Crossfit Workouts with no equipment No Equipment, no problem: 92 Crossfit Workouts without equipment Written by "> | posted in Workouts | 72 Comments Over the weekend I had a workout in the local park adjacent Kitsilano Beach (an area in Vancouver). The 13 Best Diabetes iPhone & Android Apps of 2013 iPhone – 4.5 stars/2,466 ratings – $6.99 The key to managing your diabetes is getting your blood sugar under control. Yet that requires a complex understanding of all the different factors that affect blood sugar—like weight, exercise, diet, and medicine. Instead of crunching the numbers yourself, let Diabetes Buddy be your digital assistant. It will track your daily carb intake, weight, blood sugar, activity level, medicine intake, and more. 'Smart Clothing' Could Become New Wearable Gadgets Today's ordinary clothing has the untapped power to become tomorrow's wearable electronics. A Canadian lab has tested special fibers that can help make soft, flexible touch screens and batteries woven directly into the fabrics of modern life. Turning rigid electronic parts into stretchy, smart clothing material has not proven easy. But early ideas have already hinted at practical uses beyond just wearing glowing "Tron" jumpsuits as fashion accessories. People may swipe a finger across a car's upholstery to turn down the heat or brush at their coat sleeves to adjust the volume of a connected music player ? experiences that seamlessly blend "hard" gadget functions with "soft" objects.
Monitor firm’s strategy falls into place The advantage to the medical profession, pharmaceuticals companies, the military and professional sports organisations is the ability to take readings on heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and any number of other signals, when a person is actually moving, said Mr Sood. “In hospital, you can collect multiple amounts of data from a patient sitting in a bed, but using a mobile system allows you to put the subject under different kinds of pressure and strain,” he said. The equipment worn on the body weighs 36 grams, so that it does not hamper natural movement or add extra pressure which could distort results.
Bodyweight Exercise Routines from Basic to Advanced One of my favorite aspects of bodyweight training is how its underlying simplicity is so scalable, from basic to extremely advanced levels. So, today I’m going to highlight an outdoor bodyweight workout for lower and upper body that can be done at basic, intermediate or advanced levels, which was featured in an article about Global Bodyweight Training in last month’s Men’s Health South Africa, called “The Evolution of Exercise”. Click here to read the complete Men’s Health article as a PDF. I’m pretty excited with how the Men’s Health article takes the time to explain the Global Bodyweight Training system, and in particular to demonstrate how the progressions work: With GBT you start with the Basic exercises outlined below and then, after you’ve mastered those, you can progress to Intermediate and Advanced.
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Sizing Wearables' Real Market Potential BI Intelligence Wearables are one of the most exciting new entrants to the consumer electronics market — and also the devices generating a good dose of skepticism. There are an assortment of new gadgets labeled as wearables, including bracelets, smartwatches, and eyewear. Because these devices are designed to be worn close to the body, they're ideal for monitoring how active we are, our sleep quality, how many steps we take during the day. But consumer awareness remains low, and it's still very unclear if these devices will be made available at prices that mainstream consumers find acceptable. In a series of new reports from BI Intelligence, we cut through the muddle of opinions on the wearable computing market — including Google Glass and the smartwatch market — and analyze various growth and price forecasts to arrive at a projection of future market size.
Black Ghost military training system uses big data to improve soldiers' performance A Cambridge company called Equivital has developed a military training system called Black Ghost which tracks a soldier's location, performance and welfare to enhance the effectiveness of a squadron. The system comprises of a durable body worn sensor device that monitors heart rate, respiration, activity, acceleration, GPS data and body core temperature. It relays realtime information which can be viewed and analysed instantly or retrospectively. It allows a commander to see where every soldier is at any one point and know if someone has breached a border. It will also warn the commander if a soldier is showing signs of heat stress and provide a live alert feed highlighting incidents as they occur in the field. Users can log session and event information linked to a specific soldier, for example, commands given.