Mauricio Balvanera

Mauricio Balvanera

 

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What if you had a device that could objectively measure when you're overtrained and tell you to rest? That is the goal of the ithlete HRV monitor. Does it achieve its goal? Is it worth the money?
Google announced a few enhancements last week, but they let core users discover a new monthly review card on our own. Pedometer reports telling you how many miles you walked or biked.
The new app Gympact pays you to workout. Yes, that's right - you get paid. But there are some pros and cons to a system like this. Read my review to learn what works and what doesn't work.
I distilled the best fitness accounts, compared notes with other coaches and athletes, and created the best damn fitness Twitter list you could possible ask for, broken up into 8 categories.
Science Behind Sweat isn't just for logging workouts, it can predict how you should perform on a workout, and if you don't achieve that level of performance, it can figure out why.
I'm pretty sure I'm the only one in the world that feels I could be perfect if only I got into a daily habit of sorts, but nonetheless, l want to show you a couple of habit making and creating aids.
Trying to figure out how to easily and accurately track your eating? Check out what Mauricio discovered when he put some apps to the test.
Nike+ Fuelband, Fitbit Ultra, or old school pedometer? What are they good at and where do they fail? And better yet, do you NEED one? Read this review to get the low-down on pedometers.
The recent trends in apps are all about "gamification" and fitness apps are no different. Here are 3 apps that will help you get your game on as well as get your workout on.