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24 Hour Fitness Offers New And Improved Bodybugg By Bodymedia System

SAN RAMON, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Today, 24 Hour Fitness announces its offering of the new and improved bodybugg by BodyMedia[1] system. The perfect tool to help consumers have a healthier and fit 2013, the sleek on-body monitoring system works as a fitness monitor that measures the intensity of workouts, tracks calories burned and observes a users quality of sleep. Tracking this information can make it easier for users to stay informed, keep motivated and make better fitness and nutrition decisions as they work toward their fitness goals throughout the New Year and beyond.

Product Features

The enhanced system offers users the choice between the CORE[2] and LINK[3] Armbands. Combined with a user-friendly online Activity Manager, both versions of the system allow users to:

  • Monitor calories burned throughout the day
  • Log recent food intake to know calories consumed
  • Create a custom nutritional profile to track fat, cholesterol, sodium and more
  • Measure sleep duration and efficiency
  • Track number of steps taken
  • Get FIT coach tips which provide personalized feedback based on user data

bodybugg by BodyMedia CORE and LINK Armbands

The LINK Armband uses Bluetooth wireless technology to get data and results using the BodyMedia FIT app[4]. With the mobile app, users can monitor their activity and progress in real time from a compatible smartphone. The CORE Armband can communicate wirelessly with an optional Digital Display. The Digital Display allows users to view calories burned, steps taken, activity and more.

With a long standing mission of improving lives through fitness, 24 Hour Fitness is proud to offer its members and guests with a wide variety of tools and resources to help them reach their goals. The company also offers the free My24 app another on-the-go fitness tool which provides users with an exercise guide, training videos, BMI calculator, club information and more.

The bodybugg by BodyMedia CORE and LINK are available for purchase online at mystore.24hourfitness.com[5] and at select 24 Hour Fitness clubs nationwide.

About 24 Hour Fitness

Headquartered in San Ramon, Calif., 24 Hour Fitness is a leading health club industry pioneer, serving nearly four million members in more than 400 clubs across the U.S. Since the first club opened in 1979, the company has been dedicated to helping members change their lives and reach their individual fitness goals. With convenient club locations, personal training services, innovative group exercise classes and a variety of strength, cardio and functional training equipment – 24 Hour Fitness offers fitness solutions for everyone.

Through its support of the United States Olympic Committee and many U.S. National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of sport, 24 Hour Fitness is one of the largest supporters of amateur athletics in the country and serves as the Official Fitness Center Sponsor of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Teams. The company is committed to being a good neighbor in its communities via charitable and in-kind donations to groups focused on both helping Americans get healthy and improving youth fitness. The companys national accreditation from the Better Business Bureau, which includes A+ ratings for all club locations across the U.S., demonstrates the organizations ongoing commitment to member satisfaction. Please call 1-800-224-0240 or visit 24hourfitness.com[6] for more information and to find the club nearest you.

About BodyMedia, Inc.

BodyMedia pioneered the development of wearable body monitors that collect physiological data for use in improving health, wellness and fitness. Founded in 1999, the company today provides a variety of around-the-clock on-body monitors utilizing proprietary technology that has been clinically validated for accuracy. Data captured by BodyMedia devices is used by consumers as well as health and wellness professionals to guide behavioral changes to control weight and promote an active lifestyle two factors that are routinely cited as keys to combat and manage serious medical conditions. BodyMedia has amassed one of the largest databases of information about the human body, and the technology has been used in more than 100 clinical research studies covering health issues such as obesity, COPD, diabetes, cystic fibrosis, cancer, bariatrics, sleep and intensive care. BodyMedia is privately held and based in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information, visit www.bodymedia.com[7].

References

  1. ^ bodybugg by BodyMedia (cts.businesswire.com)
  2. ^ CORE (cts.businesswire.com)
  3. ^ LINK (cts.businesswire.com)
  4. ^ BodyMedia FIT app (cts.businesswire.com)
  5. ^ mystore.24hourfitness.com (cts.businesswire.com)
  6. ^ 24hourfitness.com (cts.businesswire.com)
  7. ^ www.bodymedia.com (cts.businesswire.com)

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  1. Reply

    Does Anyone Know Any Fitness Tips That Work? Short fitness tips that really work would be very helpful, thanks.

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      • HealthNut
      • January 18, 2013
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      To stay fit or become?

      Becoming fit requires motivation and determination. Eating healthy and regular exercise.
      Try avoiding fast food places at all times; don’t skip breakfast (most essential meal of the day).
      Hope this link will help you:
      http://www.besthealthmag.ca/get-healthy/fitness/9-surprising-fitness-tips

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  2. Reply

    What Are Your Best Tips To Live A Healthy Life? Health tips in any area would be great. Especially what foods to eat, fitness tips, avoiding colds or being sick, and being happier.

    Sorry it’s so broad, but I just wanted some really good tips or secrets, or anything. Thanks!

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      • HealthNut
      • January 18, 2013
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      One has to be happy, not worry about everything little thing that goes wrong, think of others who have life a lot worse or the ones who are gone who whould like to swich with you, but most importantly, you must cleanse your body of toxins and take suppliments.

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    • Isy
    • January 18, 2013
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    I Want To Lose A Few Kilos But Not A Heap, Dieting And Fitness Tips..? I weigh 58 kilos, and I don’t really want to lose too much weight, maybe 5 or 6 kilos, but I mostly just want to tone up. Do you know any dieting/fitness tips? I’m going to the gym 5 times a week, and on the days I’m not there I’m going for a run. Any tips on what to spend my time on at the gym? Thank you x

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      • HealthNut
      • January 18, 2013
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      Dear Isy,

      One thing you need to understand is that you have to work hard if you want to change the shape of your body. That means a balance of medium-high intensity cardio exercise along with challenging strength training workouts.

      For weight loss, you’ll need to get about 5 cardio workouts each week at a medium-high intensity for at least 30 minutes. If you’re a beginner, it’s best to start slow and work your way up but, if you’re in good condition and have no restrictions, challenging yourself with harder workouts is the best way to burn more calories. Interval training is a good choice because studies show you continue to burn calories even after you’ve stopped exercising.

      In addition to your cardio workouts, you’ll need to lift weights for all your muscle groups at least 2 non-consecutive days a week. And, by lifting weights, that means using enough weight that you can ONLY complete the desired number of reps. For example, if you’re doing 12 bicep curls, you need to use enough weight that you can only do 12 bicep curls and not one more. Most people don’t lift enough weight to really challenge their muscles.

      What you need to engage in is a well balanced all rounded diet with considerable physical exertion over a prolonged time period. Food can be broken down into 5 major groups. These groups are carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals and water. The body needs varying amounts of these types of food so that the adequate amount of nutrients is supplied to the body. A well-balanced diet does not mean an equal amount of each type of food, as our body requires more of some nutrients than others.

      Each type of food plays a significant role in our body but excesses or deficiencies of certain types of food can also harm the body and produce a negative impact on our health.

      It is very important that we know how much of each type of food we are supposed to consume and that we eat in a sensible way. This means eating regular meals at “least” three times a day and drinking plenty of water, but what I would suggest is breaking it down to 5 smaller meals a day and having your last solid meal before 6pm after that you are only allowed to have pure low fat milk a mug or two would be a good idea to cut down on excessive cravings.

      Hope this answers your question.

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