As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention. The beauty of websites like Kickstarter is that things are invented (and funded) by people, for people. And trust me, these ingenious ideas are taking health and fitness to a whole new level. Plus, all of these Kickstarters are still funding, so if you see one you really like, you can contribute to the cause.
How much sunlight is too much? This little gadget is designed to take those worries out of the equation. Clip it to a strap or your shorts, and it monitors your sun exposure. Plus, you can customize it based on your skin tone and whether or not you're wearing sunscreen. No more baking on the beach!
Crossfitters and trainers, get ready because this app is for you. This is a whole new way to easily build training programs, analyze your strengths and weaknesses, and track your progress, all in one handy app.
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