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Deal Of The Day: 22% Off On MOOV Wearable Fitness Coach

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Most of the time we like to describe the items ourselves, but we feel like StackCommerce’s copy is just perfect as it is, so we’ll paste it here, if yawl don’t mind. You’re looking at a deal on the MOOV Wearable Fitness Coach. What’s that, you say?

Moov doesn’t just track your distance and calories, its intelligent motion detectors reconstruct your movements in 3D to give real-time performance insights. The Moov tells you what you’re doing wrong, and how to correct it while giving you the inspiration to get in in the best shape of your life.

– 9-axis precision motion sensors (used in aerospace technology) to capture exact athletic movement
– Scientifically-designed hyper-intelligent coaching programs
– Settings for specific workout variations such as: run, walk, cardio boxing, swimming, body weight, etc

There are lots of fitness trackers out there, but MOOV is priced to, well, move (see what we did there?) at $69, down from its usual $89.

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Deal Of The Day: 25% Off On ‘Prep Pad’ Smart Food Scale & Nutrition Tracker

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If you’ve ever been on a diet, you’ll know that it’s important to keep track of what you eat. You don’t have to starve or eat dry chicken and broccoli all the time, but it is important to know how much of what goes inside you. A good way to do this is by weighing everything. A better way to do it is with the ‘Prep Pad’ Smart Food Scale & Nutrition Tracker, which not only weighs your foods, but interfaces with a smartphone app to break down in detail the nutritional content of the food you ingest. Simply place your item on the scale, select it from a list of 300,000+ items in the database, and you’re done. It’ll also track and log your meals, and help you achieve your goals. Normally you’d pay $$150 for this fancy scale, but you can have it for $112 today.

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Belty Knows When to Loose or Tighten Itself, Based On Fitness Data

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Just when you think that you’ve seen it all when it comes to wearables… along came Belty. It’s a smart belt with the unique “autoadaptability” feature which adjusts the belt automatically, depending on what you’re doing. That means you won’t have to tighten or loosen the belt in between activities, like say, standing up or working on something while crouched on the ground.

Belty also has a built-in fitness tracking feature which works in conjunction with your mobile device to keep track of your waistline and other stats over time.
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Broga Mats: Yoga Mat Bags for Bros

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Yoga mats come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors. The same can be said for yoga bags. If you’re looking for a yoga mat bag that fits your personality, then check out the Brogamats. They’re bags for bros with quirky and unusual designs, like a burrito, a quiverfull of arrows, and a log.

Brogamats was founded on the belief that yoga practitioners defy simple categorization, and include people of all walks of life, all genders, all Lululemon budgets, and all levels of earthy pretentiousness.

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Beacon Yoga Mat Helps You Get Those Positions Right

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A lot of people post photos of themselves doing all sorts of yoga poses all the time, making it look oh-so-easy and effortless in their shots, but it isn’t as easy as it looks. If you’ve tried it (especially one of those headstand poses), then you know what I mean.There’s a lot of emphasis placed on getting the position right, because holding a pose when you’re doing it all wrong might cause an injury.

If you can’t do yoga with a friend or in a class where others will be able to help you out, then the next best thing is the Beacon yoga mat. It’s an interactive mat embedded with LEDs and a pressure sensor that lets you know when your hands or feet aren’t where they should be.

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Deal Of The Day: 50% Off On Fitness HR Heart Rate Monitor

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There are very few things more accurate at tracking your workout progress than a heart rate monitor. They allow you to stay within the optimal heart rate range for your various fitness goals, while providing an essential feedback that makes the process more motivating for many people. The Fitness HR device tracks your bpm, while feeding that info to your smartphone through Bluetooth. It’s normally $80, but today’s deal sees the price drop to $40. Paired with the iMaze fitness app, you’ll be on the road to a rock solid physique in no time.

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Zap Your Muscles Into Shape With The SmartMio

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Remember those late night infomercials that sold gadgets to give you a six-pack without having to “do anything”? They’d just zap your muscles with current and these would contract and do all the work “by themselves.” The SmartMio is sort of like that, but there’s a smartphone involved. There’s also presumably a little more tech involved in order to make this more legit than the cheaper, older devices of the 90’s. The excessive quotation marks are there to denote that as much as the stimulation for muscle contraction is external, you will still feel tired after a while; you’re still doing the work, you just have less control over it. Anyway, with the SmartMio you can choose between 14 different muscle groups to work out, and isolate them exclusively, which is hard to do with traditional training.

As gimmicky as this sounds, there appears to be some scientific studies backing up the principle of ElectroMyoStimulation (EMS). You can read a few here and here. And if you want to get your own SmartMio, you’ll have to pledge $89.

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CES 2014: Razer Nabu Smartwatch is Also a Fitness Tracker

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There seems to be a huge influx of wearable tech on CES this year. The latest of these is Razer’s Nabu, which is a smartwatch-slash-fitness band that gives you the best of both worlds. As Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan explains, the Nabu is a “cross between a smartwatch and a fitness band,” adding that its “a wearable device focused on helping [people] live smarter.”

The Nabu comes with two displays: one which displays a watch face, and another which displays notifications from your smartphone, such as calls or messages. The latter display also shows fitness stats and wellness-related data, such as the number of steps walked and distance traveled.

Razer’s Nabu is currently available to developers for only $49. No word yet on the official release of the device for consumers.

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CES 2014: Movea G-Series Fitness Tracker

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If you still haven’t made up your mind on the fitness trackers that are currently available in the market, then you might want to check out the latest offering from Movea. The G-Series is a sleek and minimalist wristband that monitors the distance and number of steps you’ve walked or run, as well as the calories you’ve burned for a particular workout. Unlike most trackers, though, it also takes note of your vitals during “non-activities” like when you’re sitting or sleeping.

Movea boasts that the G-Series has the lowest error rates when it comes to counting steps of 1.7%, which is substantially lower than the error rates of competing devices. Unfortunately, the company hasn’t provided any details on its pricing or availability yet.

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