Take your health regimen high-tech
Energize your daily health and fitness regimen with these cool high-tech tools
03/01/2013 5:06 PM
03/08/2013 3:30 PM
Renew, replenish and relax this month. With these top-of-the-line devices that promote health and wellness, you're sure to look and feel better than ever.
Tighten and tone with Bliss Fatgirlslim Lean Machine, a vacuum-assisted machine meant to visibly reduce the appearance of cellulite. While it can't work miracles, it's a great addition to a health and exercise regimen. $145, Sephora.
The newest electronic cleansing brush from Clarisonic will make your skin feel brand new. The Aria Sonic Skin Cleansing Brush incorporates three speeds, an adjustable one- or two-minute timer, a real-time battery life indicator and a USB-enabled charger. $199, Sephora, Ulta.
The Polar H7 Heart Rate Sensor gives you a live heart-rate reading on your phone as you exercise. Tracking your heart rate will help you increase your workout efficiency, and you'll know if you're pushing yourself too hard -- or not hard enough. $79.95, Sports Authority, Colonel's Bicycles.
Go with the flow
The iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor makes it easy to measure and track your systolic and diastolic numbers anywhere, anytime. A free app connects the product to your iPhone, iPad or iPod for easy readouts and tracking. $99.95, Best Buy, Apple Store.
Nike's latest fitness-encourager is its high-tech FuelBand bracelet, which will keep you motivated to move all day long. The bracelet tracks your motion, whether that's running, walking, playing sports or even dancing, and calculates your calories burned. Sync it with your phone to set goals, get your readings and share your progress. $149, Nike, Apple Store. Energy boost
Fight winter blues with the Philips EnergyLight, a device clinically proven to increase your energy levels. With its unmatched ability to mimic natural daylight, this product is sure to leave you in a sunnier mood. $299.99, Best Buy.
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