Staying fit is rather important, especially if spend a lot of time in front of your computer, and if you want to keep track on your physical activity, today we have a device that might help you with that. Continue reading »
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Adidas launched a new piece of equipment called the Speed Cell which attach’s to your shoe to keep track of your workouts or fitness level. Nike has a similar device, which is most likely why Adidas also now has a device targeting the same thing. The Adidas Speed Cell keeps track of your foot speed, acceleration, and distance traveled. It has the ability to work with running and multiple sports. Unlike Nike’s device which is more targeted on running, the Speed Cell targets many different sports.
If you’re an athlete and a tech freak at the same time you must’ve heard or used Nike + iPod app that analyzes your physical performances during the workout. You’ll be pleased to know that Nike has announced a new app called Nike+ GPS that will do a similar job but with new features.
Today iPhon.fr have reported what looks to be like the first screenshots of Nike’s upcoming kit for the iPhone. I’m not entirely certain what it will be, some are saying its an interface while others application. I’m sure it won’t take very long for this to be revealed. Meanwhile, what we can see from the screenshots below is that ‘iPhone Nike’ looks to be a tool that suits those who are serious about their exercise. Things such as performance charts, tracking your progress, find your way presumably using GPS, what’s more is that it also features calories calculation which everyone loves to see these days. Though no info on date of availability from Nike, if you’re looking to get organised about your exercise routine, then you wouldn’t want to miss it when it arrives…
I became bored of Tom (the guy in the video) and his Blendtec blending everything after watching numerous videos just showing exactly how amazing his blenders are on YouTube some time ago. But this one I wanted to feature because Tom’s not blending iPhones or iPods or video games this time, he’s blending a shoe, the Nike Air Max to be precise. He’s blending something that just about fits the blender and also its not metal or plastic this time, its fabric and the shoe nearly got away with it with the blender clogging up afew times, watch the video!