Today’s is the first sunny, snow-free day we’ve had since November. Don’t get me wrong, it’s only 34° F out there, but I don’t care. I can see the grass, albeit khaki, and the sun. On the same day. Hallelujah.
So, I’m already scheming about how I can get outside. Anyone that knows me can attest that I’m not much of an athlete, and I’m a total wreck with a basketball, but I’m a pretty active cyclist, and certainly have been jonesing for the roads to clear so I can ride.
And, in 2011, even the most natural of tasks like using our muscles to move around can take a technological spin. On a bike ride, I have a digital, wireless bike computer that tells me how fast I’m going and keeps track of other stats. And when I’m not riding on the trail, I use GPS on my phone to track my route, elevation, speed, etc. So, while sometimes technology can hinder your desire to get exercise (looking at you, Netflix), it also has the potential to improve it greatly.
So, on this sunny day, I’m really digging this roundup of cool tech accessories for health and wellness. They’ve included everything from progress trackers to entertainment to new products that help with ease and reduce soreness.
Top Twenty Tech Accessories for Health and Fitness [MyLifeScoop]