Monthly Archives: March 2014

Apple’s Healthbook App Makes First Steps To Health And Fitness Easy

APPLE INTRODUCES TWO NEW IPHONE MODEL AT PRODUCT LAUNCH

Tracking sleep is an important section as restless versus ability to achieve deep sleep can make a difference in daytime performance. Sleep cycle and Sleepbot already track restlessness and REM sleep, so this is a key to add to the Apple app. Everyone needs an emergency card and this app will allow for the customers name, birth date, medication information, weight, eye color, blood type, organ donor status, and location. The beauty and user value of the Healthbook app will be that at the Apple store other devices as a wearable piece of technology item can store data to transfer to the app in the future.
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This is Healthbook, Apple’s major first step into health & fitness tracking

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We opened Retro Fitness to provide the community with a facility that will help them achieve their health and fitness goals at a fraction of the cost, but without skimping out on the necessities needed for a good workout, said Lorenzo Dibari, co-owner of the new Retro Fitness Florham Park, commenting on his decision to become a Retro Fitness franchisee. He added, Retro Fitness offers a clean and welcoming environment for every member to achieve success without feeling intimidated or overwhelmedno matter their fitness level. We look forward to helping the local community stay on top of their goals! Adding to the excitement, Retro Fitness Florham Park offers a p90X3 reviews variety of live classes, including spin, Zumba, Les Mills group fitness classes and circuit training, among other options. Members can also work up a sweat in the popular cardio movie theater that houses a variety of cardio equipment instead of seats and plays movies on a large screen throughout the day. Additional member amenities include one-on-one personal training, virtual fitness classes, full-service locker rooms, a supervised childrens playroom, the latest in tanning technology, a full-service pro-shop and a Retro Blends smoothie bar, all within a high-energy, social atmosphere.
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iOS 8 will heavily focus on fitness, but on what should Apple really focus?

Samsung Gear Fit, on its side

Activity, which is pictured above, is similar to many other pieces of fitness tracking software on the App Store and other platforms. It tracks steps taken, calories burned, and miles walked. Also shown above, the Weight tab allows users to input their height and weight information to track statistics like BMI (Body Mass Index) and body fat percentage. Both the Activity and Weight functions allow users to track their fitness progress over the course of a day, week, month, and year.
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New Fitness Center with Low, Retro Price Opens Today in Florham Park

While Apple has been iterating on its phones, tablets, and computers, weve been waiting for its next big product line. The rumored iWatch has been the top guess for a while now, but thanks to Samsungs Galaxy gear a fine piece of hardware the public has shown that http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm it isnt thrilled about shelling out cash for a tiny wrist-tablet. Back at Mobile World Congress, Samsung unveiled the Gear Fit, which basically combined a smartwatch and fitness band. The easy thing for Apple to do is release its own fitness band and smartwatch combo, but the very usage of the device second screen for your phone and pedometer limits its ceiling.
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