Men's Fitness
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Techradar
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Google Fit is an excellent app for keeping track of your activity and you don't need any additional fitness trackers; you can just carry your Android phone around with you. If you do have Android Wear-compatible fitness trackers and wearables, then Google Fit gets even better, as it can gather data from them, displaying it all in one place. Fitness goals for dailys step counts, calories burned, or time or distance of exercise can also be set to help you reach the level of fitness you desire, as well as keeping you motivated. Map My Fitne ss Workout Trainer is another great app for keeping tabs on your workout regime. As the name suggests it uses the GPS positioning features of your Android smartphone to log your runs, letting you get an accurate look at your workout regime. Voice feedback will keep you in the loop even when you're in the process of working out, giving you information on your pace, the route you're taking, calories burned and plenty more.
Liverpool Echo
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PCWorld
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The era of clunky, chunky fitness-tracking bands isnt quite behind us, but a new crop of trackers prove you dont have to pick between health and good looks. Withings marries the two in its $180 Steel HR band, which combines the look of a classic analog timepiece with a heart rate sensor for accurate fitness-tracking without sacrificing style. The Steel HR is the next generation of the Activité Steel, which I reviewed more than a year ago and loved. The Steel HR doesnt look much different at a glance, but dont be fooled: This is an entirely new experience. Under its new parent company Nokia, Withings hasnt departed from its classic design sensibility, which takes a cue from Swiss timepieces. But the new Steel HR puts a small digital screen right on its face and a heart rate sensor inside, which makes it a smarter watch and a better fitness tracker. It’s the best of both worlds. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
The Herald - Rugby
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Daily Express - Showbiz
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JUST five years ago Joe Wicks used to hand out flyers for his boxing-for-fitness bootcamp outside Richmond Tube station in south-west London.
BBC News - Business
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Many of the bosses at the World Economic Forum in Davos are not just obsessed by corporate success, but also physical fitness.
Daily Mail - Food
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ITV
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Nothing loose about Jennifer Ellison! Are you up for it, boys? Yes. Somebody else needs to do this challenge today, Charlotte. I will be at the top of the reader board! You will be miffed if I beat you, Ben! To follow our Fad Free fitness plan, go to the GMB website, where you'll also find our daily diet plan and exclusive recipes from Dame Kelly Holmes. And to help you drawn at random.
ITV
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Hello. Welcome back. I am up at the fitness zone on the ninth floor. We will help dispel some of the myths about fitness. The boys are still cycling away. I think they are charging the lights! We are also joined by our experts.
ITV
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Thank you, Kate. Still to come - Ben will be joining these guys in the Fad Free GMB Fitness Zone next, to sort fact from fiction about the latest exercise trends. Also coming up: We meet the inspiring single mum who rose through the ranks, from dinner lady to headteacher.
ITV
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As Doctor Hillary said earlier, a significant breakthrough. Still ahead on Good Morning Britain. We're sorting the exercise facts from fads this morning with these guys - the Exton twins - two of social media's biggest fitness stars. They've joined our Fad Free GMB campaign, and we're speaking to them in ten minutes.
Beijing Bulletin
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Beijing Bulletin
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Beijing Bulletin
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ITV
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It's 6:30. Still to come on Good Morning Britain - We're sorting the exercise facts from fads this morning with these guys - the Exton twins - two of social media's biggest fitness stars. (LAUGHS) I might be paying attention to this particular feature. Sorry.
The Bolton News - Bury FC
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BBC News - Top Stories
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Many of the bosses at the World Economic Forum in Davos are not just obsessed by corporate success, but also physical fitness.
Daily Mail - Sport
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BBC News 24
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BBC News - Business
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Many of the bosses at the World Economic Forum in Davos are not just obsessed by corporate success, but also physical fitness.
BBC Two England
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# Money, money, money, money... # I am officially running for President of the United States... The Donald finally announced he was running for the presidency after 30 years of hinting he would, and the severest doubts were raised about his fitness for office. Just as had happened with Ronald Reagan.
BBC Two England
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In Sheffield, 17 days, long schedules, long matches, it takes a lot out of you and you need a good level of fitness and it would help. The players are standing by. Let's is a good evening to RMC has got that.
Forbes
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Data are increasingly becoming the most important asset in the world. Everything that we do in every facet of our lives is being recorded in some database somewhere. Data scientists then tend to use the collected data to draw patterns, inferences, and generalizations about people and their choices regarding just [...]