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Fit-Tech Feature Of The Week – Runtastic Pull-Ups

This week, for our Fit-Tech Feature, I can say I have actively been using the product and love it!

As many of you know, Team Shape have been training hard for the Spartan Race. If you want to get Spartan Fit, scroll down to the bottom of our Spartan Race blog post and download our FREE 30-day Training Plan.

There are many obstacles throughout the Spartan race which require you to pull your body up and over objects and to hoist yourself up ropes.

Therefore, working on callisthenics exercises, like pull-ups, has been an extremely important part of our training. My strength to body weight ratio has never been that impressive and I used to struggle with pull-ups.

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Fit-Tech Feature Of The Week – Apple Watch Series 3

Apple Watch Series 3

Following on from the big Apple Launch Event, it was definitely time to feature an Apple product for our Fit-Tech Feature Of The Week post.

This blog post is particularly relevant as Team Shape have just announced our latest giveaway “The Battle Of The Wearables

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Fit-Tech Feature Of The Week – Fitbit Ionic

Every week our team picks a new and exciting fitness tech product or app that we recommend to readers of the Shape blog. We have used some of these products ourselves and the other products we feature, we are very excited to try.Continue Reading…

Fit-Tech Feature Of The Week – Bragi Dash Pro

The Dash Pro By Bragi

Bluetooth Headphones With Built In MP3 Player

The Bragi Dash Pro are not your ordinary Bluetooth headphones. They can be paired with Apple, Android and Windows devices within seconds. They also have a feature that I love. There is a built in MP3 player allowing you to leave your smartphone or iPod at home.Continue Reading…

Fit-Tech Feature Of The Week – MYZONE Chest Strap

The MYZONE Heart Rate Activity Belt

Chest Strap vs Wrist Wearable

The obvious difference between your Fitbit or Apple Watch and the MYZONE belt, is that the MZ-3 is worn as a chest strap. Therefore, the heart rate readings you are presented with should be more accurate. They are taken closer to the heart and MYZONE qualify their accuracy by stating a 99.4% EKG accuracy.Continue Reading…

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