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Beyond making calls: How tech is changing the fitness industry

How do we allow people to become more active but stay connected at the same time? This is a question those in the technology sector have been facing for quite some time. In general, it seems that people today want to maintain their health...

source: By Brie Ragland
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If Jack goes for a 3.5-mile run, and Jill goes for a 30-minute run, who is getting in better shape? Who is making quicker progress towards their first half marathon? You can put your calculator away; this is not one of those dreaded standardized test questions. The time...

source: Active

In the last few years, GPS watches have completely revolutionized the way runners train. As adoption of GPS devices increases dramatically, more and more runners become completely dependent on their watches, sometimes to the detriment of their training progression and racing...

source: Competitor

Megan Hetzel writes: I grew up in the desert, enduring afternoon track practices in temperatures hot enough to make the mercury boil over the brim of the thermometer, an effect reflected in my cherry-red post-run complexion. Not to mention, no matter how much I hydrated...

source: Runner's World

How do we allow people to become more active but stay connected at...

source: By Brie Ragland

What some commentators are calling Google's "most ambitious project ever" — an attempt to "map" the human body — has been unveiled. Called "Baseline," the collaboration between Stanford University, Duke University and Google X — the technology giant's research...

source: Medical News Today

Whether via your Facebook news feed, the juice store around the corner, or even in articles about healthy living, chances are you've heard of buzzword-y health foods like acai, spirulina and wheatgrass. You know these foods are healthy. But have you ever stopped to think...

source: The Huffington Post


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