Category: Fitness Tech

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Jon Biggs with Health and Fitness Tech Tracking – HGG530

Jon Biggs joins this week and it's all health tech. We look from top to bottom at monitoring your own health from regular check-ups from a doctor, services like 23andMe and Grail and even continuous glucose monitoring with Inside Tracker. It's a big update from Jon and we get most of it in! Also a… Click for more / Podcast Player>

Best Apps for the Sport and Fitness-Fanatic

No matter whether you are one of those people who like to work out all the time or just an occasional exerciser, you may be looking for a way to switch up your routine. Working out on your own is now all the rage, and with gyms and workout centers being closed and operated under heavy restrictions, some of the best smartphone applications for working out have become extremely popular.   Sport-Specific Workouts Golf – Skillest The Skillest app can connect you with any golf instructor anywhere in the world for lessons to be taken online. By recording your swing,

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#39 The Fitness Tech Podcast: Home At Last!

It took us 2 weeks, but we finally got Jamie set up to broadcast from her home via Skype!  Success!  In the new spirit of things, we have some updates for the podcast as well as some great fitness tips from Jamie. Listen to the Financial Tech Podcast:   You can follow Jim on… Click for more / Podcast Player>

#38 The Fitness Tech Podcast: Jamie is Moving and David Seevers Interview before Ironman Canada!

Jim and Jamie are back again with Show #38 of the Fitness Tech Podcast.  This week is Jamie’s last at Gallup as she is moving on to new opportunities at home with her kids.  The podcast will still continue, Jim will just have to make some adjustments and lunch time podcast will no longer be… Click for more / Podcast Player>

Exercising in the Heat

By: Mindy Herzog Exercising in the heat can be dangerous. When Mother Nature turns up the heat, as many of us are experiencing now, it is important to take the proper precautions. Continuing your exercise program as you normally would can and will be dangerous. Keep in mind the following when exercising in the heat: Temperature The best time to avoid exercising outdoors is between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. when the exposure is the strongest. If the mercury level rises above 85 degrees F, you may want to consider exercising later in the day or beating the heat by

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