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Bowflex Boost Fitness Band: HAL Will Make You Exercise!

by Range
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Fitness bands, apps and devices are a great way to motivate you to keep fit. There’s nothing like adding a bit of competitiveness into your fitness routine, especially if you don’t exercise with partners or friends.

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The Bowflex Boost is supposed to be a low-cost alternative to some of the pricier fitness bands available on the market right now. Just like the others, it will track your daily activities, as well as the quality of your sleep. It will come with a companion iOS app that will sync your data via Bluetooth.

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The Bowflex Boost will launch this September for just $50(USD).┬áIt also looks a bit like the HAL 9000 – or maybe a Cylon.

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