Best Tech For Running 2022: These Gadgets Will Help You in Your Fitness Journey! – Tech Times

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Running is the simplest way to keep yourself fit and stay in shape every day. Although it might become demotivating to do it regularly, various things could keep you motivated.  

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FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY – JULY 06: Sebastian Kienle competes in the running during the Ironman Frankfurt on July 6, 2014 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Perfect for Music on the Go: Sony LinkBuds

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Sony’s odd-looking Bluetooth earphones contain a ring-shaped speaker with a hole in the middle that allows the sound of the outside environment in for user awareness. 

They cost $158 on Amazon and are low-profile, with wings that wrap into your ear’s concha to keep them in place. It could take some getting used to the fit, but they provide good sound quality since they are sweat-resistant to IPX4 and can last 5.5 hours between charges or 17.5 hours overall with their tiny charging case. 

Rad Glasses: Bose Frames Tempo

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Bose’s newest Frames Tempo Bluetooth audio sunglasses are sweat-resistant and include replaceable lenses. They sound unexpectedly fantastic, with more bass and full audio instead of bone conduction. Unless they are quite close to you, others will not be able to hear your music at typical volumes. The product is currently priced at $199 on Amazon.

Fitness Tracker Smartwatch

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If you have a smartwatch, it would almost surely be able to monitor your jogging in great detail, just like it can track your music offline. Heart rate, distance, pace, GPS tracking, and other advanced data are all included in most.

Some more advanced fitness trackers accomplish the same thing, albeit anyone without GPS can only determine distance based on their movement, which is inaccurate and difficult to utilize for training.

You can buy this cool  FITVII Fitness Tracker on Amazon for only $42.99. 

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Using Your Phone’s Built-In Apps 

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This illustration picture shows Google map application displaying popular times for transit station and how busy it is at the moment on a smartphone in Arlington, Virginia on June 9, 2020.

You can always rely on your phone if you can’t afford smartwatches!

Using your phone’s GPS to track your pace and distance is the cheapest option. Google Fit, MapMyRun, Strava, and a slew of other built-in and third-party apps are among the options.

You may also use a chest-strap heart monitor with a mobile application to record your heart rate, with versions from Garmin, Wahoo, Polar Beat, and more. 

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