It seems like everybody has jumped on the workout device bandwagon to track their steps and monitor their heart rates with digital bling.
Apps and devices that track your workouts can be a great way to help you reach your fitness goals. But is it possible to become too dependent?
Fitbit's acquisition of Coin technology means you could soon be using your fitness tracker to count steps and pay for things while you're on the go
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Technophobes, you've got this. Just follow these tips for using any GPS watch, like the Timex Ironman Run x20 GPS ($100, timex.com) shown here, and make a run for it.
Fitness watches are no longer just for "serious runners" and techies; these timepieces can help everyone boost their health and get more out of their workouts.
I love my Fitbit Flex as much as the next girl, and I swear, it really does make me walk more throughout the day (I'm seriously addicted to getting those little lights to flash on my wrist).
The latest crop of wearable tech gadgets can track your every move, the number of calories you burn, even the quality of your sleep.
Hit the ground running with genius fitness gadgets designed to help you get more out of every workout.
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