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If your training tends to take you to the weights room, you might prefer the Beast Sensor. It's magnetic and works with free weights and a variety of machines, tracking your lifts and helping you review and improve each session.
Fat and muscle analyser
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For anyone stripping down or bulking up, the Skulpt is a handheld body-fat and muscle strength analyser. It can look at your fat percentages overall or isolate specific body areas you're working on.
High-tech cycling helmet
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With the Coros, you can stay safe and in touch. Bone-conduction speakers let you hear your tunes, podcasts and calls without blocking outside sounds and the wind-resistant microphone can pick up your voice even at high speed.
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Turn any running shoes into smart shoes using Digitsole's smart insole. The Run Profiler maps your foot strikes in 3D and charts fatigue states, warns about potential injuries and sends all the info to simple smartphone app. It will even work for cyclists.
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You may not be hitting the green at Mar-A-Lago, but the Approach S6 can help you get a game the president would envy. With full-colour maps, swing analysis and more this golfing watch is still Garmin's lightest and slimmest – and surprisingly stylish.
Running tracker for treadmills
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Conventional GPS running trackers fall down when you hit the treadmill rather than the track. The Foot Pod attaches to your shoelaces and offers a 98 per cent accurate tracking of speed and distance, with a one-year battery life.
Headphones designed for a workout
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At just 24 grams, the BackBeat Fit earphones are so comfortable you almost forget you're wearing them. Sweat-proof and with eight hours of battery, the BackBeat Fit also features fast charge: 15 minutes gets you an hour of audio.
All-in-one sports watch
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GPS, heart monitoring and auto-tracking of different sports and exercises all combine in this smart watch designed for an active lifestyle.
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A very different take on the sleep monitor, the Sleep Dot is a tiny device that attaches to your pillow and tracks your sleep cycle. It's also a tiny speaker that will play music to help you sleep and again in the morning to wake you up.
Tennis stroke perfector
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Looking to add a little follow-through to a weak forehand? The Sony Tennis Sensor attaches to the base of a compatible racquet and sends real-time data direct to your phone via Bluetooth.
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Track your mind as well as your body – Spire uses changes in your respiration to determine your state of mind, from “Tense” to “Calm” and even “Focus”. The app then gently helps you manage your mood to keep you on an even and productive keel.
Tech-savvy skipping rope
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Even skipping has gone high-tech. The Tangram Factory Smart Rope Pure counts your jumps and sends your workout data to your phone via the connected app. Its rope length is fully adjustable and it promises smooth action thanks to twin ball-bearing sets.
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One of the best dedicated sport-watches on the market, the Spark has GPS tracking and a built-in heart-rate monitor making it perfect for any sport. Add in storage for your favourite music tracks and you have a great training partner.
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The Gemini 3 isn’t just a comfy pair of runners – these are smart shoes, digitally connected to record and analyse every part of your run.
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While there are plenty of watches and fitness trackers that can monitor your sleep, they’re not always comfortable to wear in bed. The Beddit Sleep Monitor lies across your mattress, under the sheets and undetectable. From there it can track your movements and breathing then send a detailed analysis of your sleep to your phone each morning.
Heart rate tracker
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The latest product from Fitbit, the Alta HR is the slimmest tracker to offer constant heart-rate monitoring. The app’s improved sleep tracking pairs with the pulse sensor to measure your resting heart rate, which is an indicator of your fitness baseline. A winning feature is the interchangeable band, which you can swap for a leather one if you want a different look.
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Not only does the Fitbit Aria Smart Scale measure your weight, it also tracks your lean mass, BMI and body-fat percentage. And it uses your home wi-fi to sync all that data into easy-to-understand charts. Naturally, it also works with your Fitbit tracker to help you set health and fitness goals.
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Huawei’s original Android Wear watch was well regarded for its functionality and style and the Watch 2 continues that heritage with a slightly sportier look and feel. Heart-rate monitoring and GPS make it great for runners, while the 4G option lets you insert a nano-SIM and leave your phone at home without losing the ability to make and receive calls.
Wireless sports earbuds
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It’s difficult to imagine anything else fitting into something as small as Jabra’s Elite Sport wireless Bluetooth earbuds but they also have a built-in heart-rate monitor. The earbuds sync with the Jabra Sport Life smartphone app to let you analyse your overall fitness and receive advice on recovery strategies post-exercise. Personal coaching via in-ear audio gives you real-time guidance during your workout. The three-hour battery life gets a boost from the carry case, which can recharge the Elite Sport up to two times.
Waterproof MP3 player
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Sony’s newest sports MP3 player is worth a look if you train in the water. Wear it for up to half an hour in the pool, using the onboard memory to access your music. Thanks to saltwater-proofing (this is new for the range), you can also take it on ocean swims. Out of the water, the MP3 player will use Bluetooth to pair with your phone.