Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 4 March 2015

10 Best fitness gadgets

1. Storm cotton hoodie
1. Storm cotton hoodie, £55,
Storm has come up with a hi-tech cotton that repels water as soon as it touches its surface. The water simply beads up and runs straight off, keeping you dry and warm.
2. PoolMate watch, £69.99,
This waterproof watch has a detector which senses your strokes and laps when swimming. It can work out your lap count, average strokes per lap, speed, calories and more.
3. Scosche Rhythm pulse monitor, £99.95,
Say goodbye to bulky chest straps and wires with the world's first lightweight pulse monitor that attaches to your forearm.
4. K-Swiss Blade Max Express, £89.99,
Blades that bend with the movement of your foot are the new innovation in gym shoes, boasting far better performance than more traditional solid rubber soles.
5. HoMedics iheal, £44.99,
Speed up the body's natural healing process of musculoskeletal and soft tissue disorders caused by sport and fitness injuries by up to 30 per cent with this device.
6. Fitbit One, £79.99,
During the day, this clever little device tracks your steps, distance, calories burned and stairs climbed. Come nightfall, it measures your sleep cycle.
7. Salter body analyser bathroom scales, £36,
Fear not if you've piled on some pounds – these scales break down what percentage of your body weight is fat, muscle and so on.
8. Talking strength ball, £18,
Aimed at enabling anyone aged 9+ to build up their muscles, this talking ball enables you to use programmable workouts or personalised regimes.
9. Bowers & Wilkins C5 headphones, £149.95,
Noise-isolating headphones can be life-changing, particularly if you're a gym user, where background noise can be a pain.
10. Garmin sports watch, £99
Designed for runners and long distance walkers, the Garmin Forerunner 10 GPS sports watch helps you track how far and fast you've run or walked.

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