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Active tracking devices on display at CES Show
Mark Peters : January 5th 2014 - 18:40 CET
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CESiFit wearable active tracking band : At the 2014 International Consumer Electronic Show, iFit will introduce its wearable iFit Active band, at booth #25933 in the Fitness Tech Zone at the Las Vegas Convention Center South Hall #2. iFit is the first ever technology to unify your fitness activities at home, in the club, and outside, all with a single login. With over 15 million miles logged on fitness equipment in 2013, iFit is continually growing and evolving to create the most interactive workout experience possible. iFit’s complete approach to fitness has expanded to an entirely new way to work out: with Internet-connected fitness equipment, mobile apps, and now wearable devices.

Active tracking

Active tracking devices
At the iFit booth, CES showgoers can ride the ProForm Tour De France bike and walk or run on the ProForm Boston Marathon treadmill to experience iFit in person, including watching Google Street View as the fitness equipment inclines and declines to match the geo-tags in a mapped route. The iFit booth has two of the mega-trends that Consumer Electronic Association forecasts for 2014: Wearable health and fitness and the Internet of Things. The CEA predicts the market for personal health and wellness products to grow 142% by 2018 to $8 billion. Running, walking and treadmill activity are the top three participation activities in the 2013 Tracking the Fitness Movement, published by the Sports & Fitness Industry Association.

Active wearable band

iFit Active wearable band
The new iFit Active wearable band is the enhanced experience of iFit, as it goes everywhere with you. The iFit Active band is the only one to automatically switch settings from awake to asleep, based on customized settings in the iFit Active app. By personalizing sleep, workout and wake up schedules, the iFit Active wearable will automatically log all activity and sleep, without manually switching modes. All your activity, distance, steps, calories burned, and sleep patterns are automatically recorded on your iFit Active device and synced to the iFit Active app via Bluetooth 4.0. Input your caloric intake with the touch of a button or log daily nutrition details through the smartphone app.

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