ARX and Fitness: We Need More Technology Like This

I am a big fan of gamifying virtually anything. It’s a proven method of motivation as well as productivity in the workplace. It also helps keeps people more centered on health and fitness. The New Zealand-based startup ARX hopes to bring some of that gamification to gyms around the world. And I can’t tell you how excited I am for this product.

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My Experience with Fitbit Support: Nothing Short of Amazing

Recently, after more than two years of use, my Fitbit Charge HR died. It was working, then it wasn’t. Like all electronic devices, it simply finished it’s term as a tracking device. So, I wrote an article about it and shared it on social media with no expectations other than it might attract a visitor or two. However, it piqued the interest of Fitbit support, and I was pleasantly surprised.

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Sad Day: My Fitbit Charge HR Finally Died, Now What?

Over the past couple of years, I’ve grown quite accustomed to my Fitbit Charge HR. After logging a great deal of data from continuous use, it finally died. It was sudden and peaceful, so I guess that’s a good thing. Anyway, what do I do know that I don’t have access to all that awesome data? Simple; go back to what I was doing before I got it.

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June 2017 Fitness Challenge: 50 Pounds to Go!

I have 50 pounds to go before I am at my original goal weight. There’s doubt I will lose that much inside this month, but I will still strive to lose at least 15. I have five full months to get down to Captain America size. So, what am I doing for my June 2017 Fitness Challenge here on Crossing Colorado?

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Why Everyone Should Have a Superhero Complex for Healthy Living

One of my personal goals is to dress up as a superhero for Halloween while looking like I jumped right out of the movie. My current focus is Captain America. Although I doubt I’ll be as ripped as Chris Evans, it’s still something I would like to do. However, looks are not the only reason why you should have a superhero complex.

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