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Walking With Wearable Activity Trackers

By Shirley Eichenberger-Archer, JD, MA / December 13, 2022

Wearable activity trackers encourage people to walk up to 40 minutes more per day, leading to more weight loss over 5 months.

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What’s New in Wearable Fitness Technology?

By Shirley Eichenberger-Archer, JD, MA / April 15, 2022

Wearable fitness technology continues to set a pace for the industry with sweat sensors, which may soon provide individualized data.

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Fitness Trackers and Clients

By Joy Keller / January 13, 2022

Fitness trackers aren’t new. Remember when you first strapped on a heart rate monitor and synched it with your watch or cardio machine?

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Fitness tracking app for smart fitness clothes

Are You Ready For Smart Workout Clothes?

By Shirley Eichenberger-Archer, JD, MA / May 10, 2021

A research breakthrough increases the likelihood that sensors in smart workout clothes will soon provide valuable performance data.

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Wearable tracker measures metabolite levels

New Wearables Can Measure Body Chemistry

By Shirley Eichenberger-Archer, JD, MA / April 5, 2021

A new wearable tracker can measure—in almost real time—multiple metabolic markers and metabolite levels, formerly measurable only in a lab.

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New Era of Wearable Technologies

By Shirley Eichenberger-Archer, JD, MA / January 25, 2021

Innovations in soft and wearable electronics will soon make personal fitness monitoring possible in all types of conditions.

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Physical Activity and Competition

Add Competition to Boost Benefits of Wearables

By Shirley Eichenberger-Archer, JD, MA / December 18, 2019

If you use wearables with clients, consider adding competitive challenges to improve results. University of Pennsylvania and Deloitte Consulting LLP researchers found that simply giving wearables to people in the workplace did not increase physical activity; the key was to add fun and competition.

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