Review: MyFitnessPal and Losing 70+ Pounds

When it comes to losing weight or getting into shape, social support can do wonders for the self-esteem and self-confidence. These are some of the focal points that users of MyFitnessPal appreciate. It’s not just an app that tracks a variety of metrics; it’s a system that can guide you onto the road of fitness.

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QSun, a Wearable Sun Tracker to Protect Yourself

Our star is what gives the planet Earth life. Without it, the ball of dirt would be too cold and lifeless to support carbon-based life forms. Unfortunately, it can also cause severe damage. In reality, the Sun produces a great deal of radiation which is dangerous for us to consume. Soon, you may discover how much sunlight is too much with QSun. But what is it?

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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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Why You Should Never Cheat in Health Tracking Apps

A lot of people cheat at games to make themselves feel exceptional. No one likes to lose, and some just cannot handle the thought of being “bad” at something. This is also evident in fitness apps that promote a social element. While cheating may look good on a smartphone, it doesn’t do anything for your health.

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