Here are three of the newest fitness tech active people should consider (and we really want)
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If you’re serious about fitness and an active lifestyle, there’s a good chance you want the latest toys to get an edge in your workouts.
We don’t blame you.
The best new entries in fitness tech are absolute game changers in the way we exercise, to the point where it’s hard to imagine our active lives without these amazing innovations.
Here are three new fitness tech you should keep an eye on this year:
1. Whoop Any-Wear Technology
Whoop’s patented Any-Wear tech redefines what wearable fitness trackers can be. This whole time they’ve either been smartwatches or your smartphone but for more intense sports and exercises, they run the risk of getting in your way.
Not Whoop’s new Whoop 4.0 sensor, though. This band can be worn on your wrist or stored in the pockets of their new clothing line, which includes shirts, shorts, leggings, and sports bras, which puts the device in your arm, torso, waist, and leg. This ensures that you can do virtually any sport and not worry about damaging your tracker.
2. Lumaflex Body Pro Red Light Muscle Recovery Panel
Everyone knows the worst part of working out is the pain that comes after an intense session. The risk is double when you’re starting or starting over after a long layoff.The Lumaflex Body Pro can help with that post-workout muscle soreness using infrared and red light to treat the pain in 10 minutes. All you have to do is strap it on the aching areas and let it work its magic.
3. HidrateSpark TAP
Stop me if you’ve heard this before—one of the things you know you should be doing is drinking more water and staying hydrated. If you’re having a hard time keeping that resolution, the HidrateSpark TAP smart water bottle is for you.
The base glows to remind you that it’s time to take a sip, and you can tap an icon with your phone to track how much water you’ve already consumed, making logging easier. This bottle is definitely a good way to get addicted to drinking water.