when training on your own, a wearable fitness tracker would be a great help, but not just any tracker, it has to be something like the Adidas miCoach SMART RUN Watch. despite being a small wrist-worn device, this smartwatch is as competent as a fitness tracker could ever be, which is why Adidas has boldly claim that the miCoach SMART RUN is “the most advanced and intuitive wrist based running device on the market.” it packs GPS mapping for keeping track of your speed, distance and routes taken, built-in optical technology to monitor your heart rate directly off your wrist, accelerometer for counting steps your have taken, and on top of all those, it also has a MP3 player with Bluetooth wireless audio for tuning to your favorite tunes while training, as well as for listening in to audible coaching guidance – and it does all that without the need for cables, straps and addon sensors.

all the information are easily accessible through the device’s 1.45″ color touchscreen display and syncs seamlessly over wireless network to Adidas web platform. also included are workouts and plans targeted at strength and flexibility training, guided by 400 anatomically correct animations – all displayed right on the watch to guide you through each repetition and circuit. arriving this November, presumably to the European market first, for €399 (about US$545). steal another look of the Adidas miCoach SMART RUN Watch after the break.

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Adidas miCoach SMART RUN Watch

Published by Mike chua

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