Blog 4

Take It Outside: Make Working Out Outdoors A Fitness Habit

According to recent studies, the average American spends less than 7 percent of their time outdoors while research shows that spending time outside can improve cognitive function and sleep, and increase attention span. The psychological and physical benefits of making an outdoor workout a fitness habit are rich and motivating more and more people to move outside.

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Step Up Your Game

Do steps matter any more? Wearables of the past decade have staked their reputation on counting how many times you put one foot before the other—we’re not convinced that’s the key to living healthier.

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CEO Sameer Sontakey on ESPN Radio

Last week, our CEO, Sameer Sontakey, was interviewed on ESPN 1000’s Sports Medicine Weekly show, where he discussed the launching of Biostrap, the future of sensors in our daily lives, and the benefits of insightful biometric data.

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Resting Heart Rate: 70 is the New 90

We’ve been told “a normal resting heart rate for adults ranges from 60 to 100 beats a minute.” But what if what we thought we knew was wrong? A quiet revolution has been taking place, and the internet is now just beginning to notice.

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Our Favorite Wearables from CES 2017

CES 2017 was a big year for wearable technology. From athletes to expecting mothers, everyone is finding new and impactful ways to use the latest in wearable tech. Here are a few of our favorite products from the annual showcase in Las Vegas.

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Making Fitness A Habit

It’s a daily challenge to find time for your health alongside professional and social responsibilities. The average American works 47 hours a week, or six days, leaving little time for the gym, but it’s vital to maintain a healthy lifestyle even when you can’t make it the gym or fitness classes.

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Ready to track every Move?

The worlds most advanced wearable platform for activity classification is now available.

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