I have made really good experiences with the YAZIO app. It is very user-friendly and makes it so easy to keep track of everything connected to nutrition, like calories, macros, water intake, body measurements or activities. I can definitely recommend it!
ProFood can be added easily and precisely
ProConnection to other apps and devices
ProHealthy recipes and meal plans available
Wowee, This roller sure took me for a ride. I've had similar ones that could be attached to floor space or, say a counter-top even for some of us who are more versatile. All I can say is start off slow and don't be afraid to get a bit of a sweat going before-hand.
ProThe 16 inch fits the niche workout
ConFirst time users -
The Apple Watch has always had the best heart rate tracker, but it was boosted again with watchOS 4. It keeps track of your heart rate all the time, and can even detect heart arrhythmias.
ProApps for monitoring heart rate outside of fitness
ProCan be connected to a cellphone for being able to be contactable without a phone
ProHeart rate monitoring
ConWorks only with iPhones
I've owned two of these grippers in 150lbs and 200lbs for over 8 years, and they're still in great condition. Easily the best choice if you're really looking to improve your grip strength and forearm definition.
ProGrip workouts available
ProMultiple resistance levels
Absolutely love this backpack! Even though it's 60L (carry-on limit is usually around 40L), because of its soft material it can easily be made small enough to use as a carry on as long as it's not filled. I use the Flash for both travel and hiking (did a 96 mile trek with me this summer). It has do...
ProDurable backpack that will last for years
ConBottles fall out of the water bottle holders
ProTough, water resistant device with a good battery
ProIncludes an LED that flashes different colors depending on your heart rate
ProConnects via Bluetooth and ANT+
ProSmall, wrist worn heart rate monitor
ConDoesn't read your heart rate so well underwater
ConUses a proprietary charging dock