Will You Fall Over The Fitness Cliff On February 18?

Apple looking to hire exercise physiologist, may point to fitness-tracking ‘iWatch’

It starts dropping off before that, of course usually about a week earlier and steadily decreases until the big precipice. As February hits, and more and more time separates consumers from the healthy resolutions they made as the New Years ball was dropping, the motivation to get fit begins to fade away, according to Golds Gym Fitness Institute Member and National Fitness Expert Jamie Eason . That demotivation, coupled with a side of frustration from not getting the results they want quickly enough, can often be the dumbbell that broke the camels back for consumers leading many to abandon their New Years Resolutions by mid-month. How did Golds arrive at the date of February 18? Easy. They simply researched all of their member check-in data for the last four years from Golds Gym locations across the country more than 400 clubs in the U.S. p90X3 review
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Design and run user studies related to cardiovascular fitness & energy expenditure, including calories burned, metabolic rate, aerobic fitness level measurement/tracking and other key physiological measurements. Candidate will be knowledgeable about the physiological effects being measured and how to avoid potential inaccuracy and experimental error due DOE flaws and/or reference monitor (i.e. metabolic cart, etc.) usage issues. The role will need to apply relevant knowledge to the design of products and their testing/validation through user studies. The winning candidate will “design and run user studies related to cardiovascular fitness & energy expenditure, including calories burned, metabolic rate, aerobic fitness level measurement/tracking and other key physiological measurements,” the posting reads.
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From fashion to fitness: the experts behind Apple’s wearable future

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With Apple focusing heavily on health and fitness features for iWatch, its no surprise that sleep quality appears to be a significant area of interest. There have already been a few hints that Apple has people researching sleep-related features for its upcoming iWatchfunctionality that is at the heart of many fitness products like FitBit and a big trend for upcoming iOS-connected accessories. We reported previously that Apple had hired a few employees for the iWatch team to analyze sleep patterns, but picking up Raymann http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm shows just how serious the company is about the potential for sleep tracking-related features in a wearable. Notable experience on Raymanns resume includes extensive research into non-pharmacological methods of altering sleep quality. Even more notable for the iWatch project is Raymanns experience in wearable sensors and miniaturization of sensorsrelated to tracking sleep and alertness activity.
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