So much technology, but is it useful? or will it just become something else you bought and let in the box unopened? Personally, here are 7 Great pieces of workout tech that I personally use all of the time!
- Fitbit: I have the Charge HR and love it!! While I don’t pay attention to the calories burned as it wayyyyy over calculates them I enjoy getting a rough estimate (there wils always be a margin of error) of my heart rate throughout the day as well as my steps.
- Timer: If you don’t use a timer app on your phone, I recommend investing in this little pieces of equipment. Old school and simple! Especially if you are someone who enjoys working in intervals.
- Scale: a basic scale is all you need! Save your money and avoid one of those fancy body fat reading or water retention reading scales as their margin of error is insanely high. While I am also not a proponent of only going off of what the scale is everyone does have a weight where they feel best out and the scale is a great indicator of how far off or on point you actually are
- Knee Sleeves: If heavy squatting is a consistent part of your regimen, invest in a pair of knee sleeves. Keep your joints warm and compressed in between sets and decrease injury risk.
- Arm Band: When running was a part of my almost everyday routine this arm band was a life saver.
- Socks: This may sound ridiculous, but until you’ve exercised in the right socks, you haven’t lived.
- Foam Rollers: In the beginning of my blog journey I did a post on SMR and these rollers still hold true to be the number 1 rollers in my opinion. I’ve had clients purchase more economical rollers, but they always end up investing in this set.
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