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$30 smart scale measures 11 different health metrics


Get smart about your weight journey with this high-tech $33 scale.
See your BMI, muscle mass and much more with this $30 smart scale.
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Let’s face it. For those trying to lose weight, stepping on the bathroom scale can be the last thing we want to do. We assign too much emotional weight to that single number, when it only tells part of the story.

Now, there’s the Roomie Sophie, a smart scale that uses pinpoint sensors to measure various factors related to your overall health. Even better, you can now grab this innovative scale for only $29.99 (regularly $79).

How to mix up activities for a more effective Apple Watch workout


Why choose one activity type when you can do loads?
Why choose one activity type when you can do loads?
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Which workout type do you fancy today? Running, swimming, cycling, yoga…? There are so many different Apple Watch workouts, it can be hard to choose. The good news is, you don’t have to.

Thanks to a hidden feature in the Workout app, you can log multiple activity types in a single session. Want to log a triathlon? No problem. Like to do a cooldown at the end of an intense HIIT session? It supports that too.

Here’s everything you need to know about how to use this little-known Apple Watch feature — and why you definitely should.

Survival of the fittest: Can Apple Fitness+ crush the competition?


Can the competition keep up with Apple Fitness+?
Get ready for a serious workout with Apple Fitness+.
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Apple Fitness+ will enter a crowded market when the service launches later this year. Established players like Peloton and Adidas already have a significant head start.

But Apple is in great shape to give them a run for their money. Fitness+ is a logical next step for Cupertino. The upcoming service plugs some significant gaps in Apple’s fitness offering while intelligently leveraging the power of its platform to gain an advantage.

After Apple Fitness+ sprints off the starting line, the competition might find itself struggling to keep up.

Stay active and fit at home with a smart iOS app digital trainer [Deals]


Onyx Fitness App
This smart digital trainer uses 3D motion capture to track and offer real-time feedback on your daily workouts.
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Stuck at home, glued to our screens, it’s easier than ever to miss the daily activity our bodies need. Fitness apps all seem to offer the same uninspiring routines, so this smart workout app adds active feedback to help you start moving and stay moving.