Wearing a watch again actually feels kind of strange. I took it off today to go through the security line at the airport and I forgot to put it back on. You know how much walking you do in an airport right? Now all those steps aren’t accounted for. And to think of all the terrible calories I’ve inhaled today too. What am I rambling about you might wonder?
My new watch from Reebok is the Reebok InShape Fitness Watch. This watch no only tells the time but it also measures how many steps I take, what my average pace is and how many calories I burned. It also counts up the total amount of time I spent in activity. It’s been a very sad and low measure so far. The farthest I walked was about 4 miles one day. I don’t walk very much with my day job. The Reebok InShape Fitness Watch comes in three colors
ALSO BY Reebok:
Reebok Heart Rate Monitor without a Chest Strap: The Reebok Heart Rate Monitor without a chest strap is also available in three colors. It’s unique because it measures your heart rate without a chest strap. You obtain your heart rate by simply touching the face of the watch. They call it the Touch to View Heart Rate. It also has a Fit Zone indicator, a Calorie Burn Monitor, and Speed Distance and Step Tracking.
Reebok InColor Digital Pedometer: It’s a pedometer with a color changing LED screen. Color with this new pedometer tells two stories. First you have the freedom to select the display color of your choice. Second, the innovative Pace Assist Technology changes LED colors to visually keep you on your pace goal. Meaning, Red your going too slow and signals you to move faster. It also tracks your total time in motion
Reebok InView Pedometer: This one keeps everything a secret. Data is only visible to the user. We all like to share our fitness accomplishments but out personal data is sacred. Or at least it used to be before Facebook. Of course, I haven’t seen people updated their page with their weight.
Measure your heart rate with Sportline as well.
Sportline CARDIO 660 monitors: The Sportline CARDIO 660 comes in a men’s and women’s model. They has a fat burn indicator, exercise memory and 50 lap timer. It also has the Heart Rate Tracking BPM and % of Max. I remember learning about all that stuff in health class in college but have no clue any more as to what they mean. This one comes with a coded chest strap to eliminate interference.
Sportline CARDIO 630 monitors: This provides heart rate monitoring and is also offered in a men’s and women’s model. The CARDIO 630 features heart rate tracking, BPM and % of Max, Calorie & Fat Burn tracker, customizable user profile, the coded chest strap to eliminate interference, easy set up and use with dedicated heart rate button.
Sportline SnapShot Pedometer: This displays five key fitness data readouts, steps, distance, calories, average pace and total activity time all at once so there’s no need for scrolling. It’s powered by Sportline’s Infiniti Motion Sensor, which measures your body movements when worn from multiple locations on the body and in multiple orientations.
This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to the winners, Kristi P. and Brian E.
We received samples for this review. All rules can be found under giveaway rules