Are you the kind of person who would hit the gym even while on vacation?

 

Do you Google diet and fitness tips whenever you have some free time?

 

Does your dinner plate regularly look like a greenhouse?

 

Congrats, friend! Your fitness game is on point and you deserve applause for being so disciplined and health conscious.

 

We’ve put together a list of 4 gadgets and appliances that will help you stay in shape and take your fitness regime to the next level.

 

Fitness Bands

 

This type of wearable allows you to keep track of your heartbeat and the miles you’ve run.

 

You should pick your fitness band depending on the level of functionality you need and, of course, your budget. If you want to be able to check your email and Facebook on the go, you’ll need a more advanced model, like Intex fitRiSt Pulzz.

 

There are a wide variety of fitness bands out there, with a wide range of functionality. A Fitbit Surge can be wirelessly synced with your smartphone or computer, and can also control music and set alarms.

 

 

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iPod/MP3 Player

 

Speaking of music, workout sessions can be extremely dull and boring without a fast and peppy soundtrack. Get yourself an iPod or an MP3 player, whatever fits your budget, and load it with your favourite tracks.

 

The best part? On days when you don’t feel like a conventional workout, you can just plug in your earphones, play some foot-tapping music, and dance like nobody’s watching!

 

 

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Pedometer

 

Can’t afford a fitness band? No problem, just get a pedometer.

 

 

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A pedometer is a cost-effective device that will record your step count every time you go for a walk or run. Some of these tiny devices can also store data, which means that you’ll be able to track your progress over time.

 

There’s nothing quite as motivating as actually putting numbers to your steady improvement.

 

Kitchen Weighing Scale

 

 

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If you’ve been working out diligently but can’t seem to lose as much weight as you want to, you might not be eating right. Exercise can only take you so far if your diet isn’t up to scratch.

 

To ensure that your calorie intake is where it needs to be, you need to consume food in the right quantities. Eyeballing it rarely works. A kitchen weighing scale is all you need to help you measure out whatever you’re eating.

 

It might also help to use a calorie-counting app like Healthifyme (Android|iOS) or Calorie Counter-Myfitnesspal (Android|iOS). This, in combination with a weighing scale, will make your fitness goals more achievable than ever before.

 

Have we missed any of your favourite health gadgets? Let us know!