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This means the fitness tracker uses its sensors to gather health data and sends it to your smartphone, where you’ll be able to see information (burned calories, distance ran, etc.) through Samsung’s S Health app and Activity Tracker app. It’ll also be able to check your sleeping habits, the leaked brochure says: “Monitor your daily activities (Calories, Steps, Distance) and Sleep Efficiency.” Like some other wearable devices, the S Band claims it will send a buzz to your wrist if you’re receiving a call, an SMS message or if you stray too far from your phone. You can choose to wear the tracker as a clip or in a wristband in various colors including white, yellow, black and orange. It’ll likely tether to your phone via Bluetooth like most fitness wearables. It’s unclear if the S Band would be restricted to Samsung devices only like the Gear Fit, which is compatible with 17 Galaxy phones.
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Best of Augusta Beauty & Fitness

Daniel White | Staff Photographer The Mount Prospect Park District community challenge team, Christina Greco, Marni Finder, Tressa Thomas, Stephanie Melka and Scott Sinclair spent Saturday morning working out at the Biggest Loser Resort at Eaglewood in Itasca. photos by Daniel White | Staff Photographer JourneyCare Team Mojos mascot, Irish Marie, weighed in at a svelte 9 pounds. In addition to supporting the Fittest Loser team, she serves as a therapy dog. text size: A A A By Lisa Jones Townsel Week 4 got off to a strong start for our corporate and community partners. With a third of the Fittest Loser Community Challenge behind them, they are busily making strides to seriously lose weight and gain more confidence and know-how in the process.
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Community teams take fitness routines to the next level

JourneyCare Team Mojo’s mascot, Irish Marie, weighed in at a svelte 9 pounds. In addition to supporting the Fittest Loser team, she serves as a therapy dog.

This event should be held across the city and there should be one at the historic Shaniwarwada as well, so that the message of fitness spreads among Puneites all across.” Amarjeet Singh, vice-chairman of the Kalyaninagar Residents Association, and his wife, Daljeet, were also part of the carnival. Daljeet said, “This concept of closing the roads to traffic and opening them for fitness activities and cycling is wonderful. The KNRA has spread the message of this event in more than 56 societies in this area so that more and more people take part.” Ten-year-old Raheen Shaikh, a second-time participant at Raahein, says he loves cycling. “Recently, my mother bought me a new cycle for my birthday.
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Fitness enthusiasts flock Raahein event

Its the best, say readers. They also say Retreat (4246 Washington Rd.) lives up to its name (in second place), while Tuscany A Classic Italian Spa (608 Ponder Place Dr.) takes third. Personal Trainer Lots of people aspire to be losers, and many of them seek out the assistance of Kath Engler at the Family Y. For still others less isnt more; they aspire to be bigger and more muscular. She helps them too.
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