Samsung announced a different version of the S Band last year with the Galaxy S4, which had a more rectangular design than the alleged new edition. Sam Mobile says the images came from a leaked sales guide for the Galaxy S5. Unlike Samsung’s newly announced Gear Fit, which debuted at Mobile World Congress just weeks ago, the S Band doesn’t have a screen. 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.
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Nautilus taking ownership of Ultimate Family Fitness
The app also helps you figure out conditions that affect your workout, and the scoring system can be motivating. (Pumatrac) By Roy Wallack Gear March 14, 2014, 3:30 p.m. A tidal wave of apps and digital fitness products loaded with practical data and often inexpensive (or even free) is making tech-free running a thing of the past. A survey from Freescale Semiconductor , the chip supplier behind Fitbit and other wearable devices, found that 88% of runners training for marathons used wearable technology. Here’s a sample of some data-tracking apps and gear we found useful.
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New apps, digital fitness devices keep track of your workout
Effective Monday, the workout center will be called Nautilus Family Fitness. p90X3 workout Nautilus Co-owner Shawn Teamann says UFF owners will stay on as minority owners, and that members can look forward to a new facility that is already equipped with a basketball court, indoor pool, sauna and childcare. “It’s going to be good for the community. It’s going to allow all Family Fitness members to use the Nautilus clubs and vice versa, and we’re just really excited about it,” Teamann said.
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