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Track and Analyze Your Run with the runtastic GPS Watch

on Friday, March 23rd, 2012

The GPS Watch from runtastic records important parameters from your run: pace, laps, calories, distance, target HR zones, speed, duration, time, elevation and heart rate.  After the run, connect the watch to your computer with the included USB cable to transfer your data to your profile at runtastic’s website to analyze your metrics.  The watchRead More…


Brute Force Sandbags – Strength Training Sandbags for CrossFit, MMA, Military, and Fitness Enthusiasts

on Monday, February 13th, 2012

Unlike barbells, these Brute Force Sandbags let you strength-train with gear that feels more like something you might actually have to lift and carry.  Brute Force bags are powerful training tools for firemen and policemen, military personnel, crossfit athletes, MMA/combat athletes, and others.  The bags are made in the US with 1000D Cordura (used byRead More…


4iiii Innovations Releases Sportiiiis, the World’s First Heads Up Display and Audio Feedback System For Athletes

on Sunday, January 15th, 2012

The Sportiiiis Heads Up Display boom from 4iiii Inovations attaches to almost any glasses and gives you a visual and audio feedback on critical performance criteria.  You use PC, Mac, or smartphone software to program the Sportiiiis to respond to data from your current ANT+ training devices.  With a tap of the Sportiiiis attachment point,Read More…


Spotlight Gadget – CS600X Cycling Computer

on Thursday, February 19th, 2009
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The Polar CS600X is a high-end cycling computer that features GPS mapping capabilities that when viewed through Polar ProTrainer 5 software on Google Earth, show color coded maps for heart rate zones. When paired with the CS cadence sensor, and the Power Output Sensor W.I.N.D., you can view all sorts of data, including power output,Read More…