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Is my Fitness Tech waterproof?

Fitness technology has never been more popular and due to the way we use these devices they needs to be able to stand up to a lot of punishment and all manner of conditions.<...


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First week with a Microsoft Band

Microsoft have always had a hand in the health business – and they recently got in to the fitness hardware side of things too. The first Band was a great device and the new...


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Viewing your iPhone Fitness Data

Your iPhone has plenty of sensors in it that can track your movement and general activity and it stores all the information for you to look at. But how can you see this...


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The Best Apps to Track your Cycling

Keeping track of your cycling used to be tricky – but now with smartphones you can easily see your speed, distance, calories burnt and more. But what are the best ones? Here...


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How to add a Fitness App to Apple Health

The Apple Health app can pull in data from lots of different on board sensors as well as apps. Adding a compatible app is quite easy, but getting it to share data with Health...


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Fitbug Orb Fitness Tracker Review

If you’re looking for a decent fitness tracker that can do the basics without breaking the bank then the Fitbug Orb may be just what you need. With plenty of colours...


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How to track fitness using your iPhone

Your iPhone may not be the first thing that comes to mine when you are looking at gear and gadgets to help get you on track with your health and well-being, but you may be...


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Tracking your fitness with Windows Phone

Windows Phone 8.1, found on phones such as Microsoft's Lumia range can be a suprisingly good workout partner. Stick in some headphones and let your phone do all the tracking....


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How your Android phone can track your fitness

Keeping fit can be tricky, but having a motivational tool available in your pocket sure makes it easier. Android is found on all manner of phones and Google, along with all...