Top fitness trends of 2016
from U.S. News & World Report
If you've been holding out on springing for that Fitbit or Nike FuelBand — telling yourself fitness trackers will soon go out of style — you may need to find another excuse, or give in. According to the American College of Sports Medicine's 10th annual survey of 2,800 health and fitness professionals, wearable technologies such as fitness trackers, smart watches and GPS tracking devices are expected to be the No. 1 fitness trend in 2016.
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