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Spring has sprung! Well, actually, spring is still cowering in a corner like a frightened little girl, at least around these parts. But the day is coming when we’ll want to shed our parkas in favor of shorts, t-shirts, and even bathing suits.I don’t know about you, but I spent most of this winter eating like a bear who forgot to hibernate. Consequently, I’ve got some extra pounds that need removal. Thankfully, I’ve also got a smartphone.Plenty of apps can help with this challenge;
If you’re an active person and a smartphone owner, I have two products to recommend. First is the Spibelt, an impossibly comfortable sports belt with a stretchy pouch that can accommodate keys, cash, your phone and other walker/runner/biker essentials.
The second is the Jabra Sport Bluetooth stereo headset, which lets you listen to music and FM radio and make/take calls while you’re exercising–all without wires. (Well, sort of.) The Sport has a list price of $99.99, but right now
A few entries ago, I offered y’all free motivation from iTunes, and today, I offer you free downloadable workouts courtesy of one of my favorite magazines; Women’s Health Magazine. Work Out Anywhere offers readers almost three dozen fitness workouts you can put on your MP3 player to take with you anywhere you go!
Traveling for work? Bust out your iPod. On vacation but had a few too many buckets of chips and salsa? Pull the Zune out of your suitcase. Once you’re done with your