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Fitness industry gets breath of life thanks to Kiwi developers
“This common interest and the direction gaming is heading highlights a significant opportunity for the fitness industry and one we were keen to grow."
Ingram Micro gets a Moov on with new fitness wearables deal
Ingram Micro has signed a sub-distribution deal which will see it offering the Moov range of fitness wearables in New Zealand.
Under Armour joins digital fitness club with UA Record
Under Armour has jumped on the digital health bandwagon with the release of the UA Record, the latest addition to the digital health and fitness network.
Medibank funds app for Kiwi drinking culture
The new Hello Sunday Morning (HSM) mobile app has been developed with a $50,000 grant from the Medibank Community Fund (MCF).
Fitbit takes fitness wearables to the next level with new products
The Fitbit Charge, Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge come with new features including heart rate tracking, GPS, smartwatch functionalities, and all day activity and sleep tracking.
Fitbit Flex according to a real life PT
You set yourself a daily goal (it automatically comes set at 10,000 steps) and once you have reached this you are rewarded with an excited green smiley and a congratulatory notification.
'Make fitness your mission' with NZDF's Force Fit app
The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) has create a mobile app to encourage people to get fighting fit.
FitBit announces new high performance line for fitness lovers
With the addition of these new products, Fitbit offers the widest variety of trackers, at affordable prices across all mobile platforms
The not-so-humble workout brag
Frankly, unless you have fallen off the treadmill and smashed your face in, you don’t need to tell us every detail of your workout routine.
Born to run
A kiwi software boss is in training to take on one of the world’s most well-known public sporting events, the ING New York City marathon.
wii fit PLUS
For those who missed the revolution first time around, Wii Fit is best described as an interactive virtual fitness regime.