We can’t stop talking about these new and insanely cool fitness gadgets.

Although it is true that you only really need a pair of decent shoes and something heavy like a gallon of milk, technology can make exercise more accessible and more enjoyable.

Here’s a list of some of the most exciting fitness-related tech at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show. These tools will motivate you to get off the couch and be in better shape.


What is it: An online boxing gym

Who needs it? For those who hate the gym but love to box,

Why it might be important: As an absolute beginner, you will have the freedom to enjoy the exclusivity of your home.

Boxing is a cardio and strength-building exercise. However, this tech-driven FightCamp version doesn’t require that you take punches to your head or any other part. The Bluetooth “punch counter” inside each glove tracks the speed, volume, and number of points you throw. FightCamp includes a punching bag and a pair of gloves. Hand wraps are also available. You can follow each workout with the help of four on-demand classes, which are updated each week.

NordicTrack VR Bike

What is it: The interactive virtual-reality bike

It’s not necessary. If you are mainly motivated by video games, this is your place.

Why it might be worth your while: It’s fantastic.

This includes a yearlong membership to iFit with live training classes.

NordicTrack’s latest bike is the first to offer total-body gaming in the fitness market. Create your avatar. This will allow you to connect with your entire body’s motion fully. Next, choose from one of three fantasy worlds built into the bike. You can conquer zombies in The Last Rider’s apocalyptic world, take your avatar on an insane starlight ride in Aerospace, and dive into the craziest bike routes of your life with Bike Messenger. The bike includes virtual rides in some of the most beautiful locations on the planet (think: Patagonia and the Alps) and a 1-year personal training program.

Fitbit Charge 3

What is it: An exercise and overall health monitor

Who needs it? Fitness fans looking for a simple activity and sleep tracker want only bells and whistles, such as a watch that can receive text messages and calls.

Why you might need it anyway: If you’re tired of sitting too long, this watch can help you get up.

The latest Fitbit charge version is waterproof and comes with a seven-day battery. This gadget tracks everything you do, including calories burned, steps taken, and even your menstrual cycles (no period diaries required). You can even track your heart rate and how many laps you do on a track. You can use the Fitbit App to track your progress and set goals. There’s more to this miraculous watch than meets the eye! Fitbit is designed to improve your overall health and wellness. It will send you reminders whenever it’s time for you to move. You can also access guided breathing exercises that will help you relax.

Halo Sport 2 Headphones

What is it: Muscle memory enhancement headphones

Who needs it? Musicians and athletes who want to improve their performance.

Why it might be something you want anyway: Perfectionists would die to have this.

The Halo Sport 2 headphones employ a concept known as “neuro priming” to improve fine motor skills. According to reports, the gadgets were used by San Francisco Giants baseball players to practice for their fourth World Series victory or to learn something that needs repetition, such as music or language. The headband has soft spikes that transmit electricity to the brain area responsible for muscle memory.

JaxJox KettlebellConnect

The truth: A digitally adjustable and programmable weight

Who wants it: Fitness fends who train at their homes or have limited space

Why it might be worth your while: It is an entire gym in one compact package

Six weights in one compact package – the beauty and strength of the space-saving, muscle-building JaxJox KettlebellConnect. You can quickly increase your weight by as little as 12 to 42 pounds in just seconds. The JaxJox app keeps track of reps, sets, and consequences. It also tracks rest time.

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

The next Apple Watch

Who needs it? Anyone looking for a fitness tracker with all the features

Why it might be important: Do you need another reason?

Garmin’s new watch can track more activities than 12 — including running, cycling, swimming, and golf — and it has many of the same features that the Apple Watch. You can also send and receive text messages and download up to 500 songs through your wireless headset. Vivoactive 3 features a notification feature that notifies emergency contacts in the event of a fall.

Flexispot All-in-One Desk Bike

What is it: A bike, a desk, and all in one

Who needs it? Anyone who has difficulty finding the time to exercise

Why it might be important: It’s difficult to avoid working when your computer chair is a bicycle

You can say goodbye to the age-old excuse that “I don’t have the time to exercise”! This compact device — part standing desk and part bike — will allow you to choose between answering all your emails or getting in some exercise. Place your laptop on the desk surface and get on the bike. However, although it may be challenging to do a high-intensity workout while at work, it is possible to improve your aerobic fitness.

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