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Seven Cycle Training Tips


Cycling is a great way to get fit especially if you do it the right way. Here are seven tips to help you to get the most out of riding a bike for fitness.

Set your bike up properly

To be able to ride comfortably, you need to have your bike set up properly for you. Riding a bike with a saddle that is too high will put an unnecessary strain on your back, knees and hips and means that you will not get the most out of each push of the pedals. On a properly prepared bike, you will be able to ride further and go faster, which means that you will burn more calories.

The bike has to be the right frame size. It is also important to adjust your handlebars properly as well as your seat.

Ditch the junk

How much your bike weighs has a big impact on how fast you can ride. If you are going out for a cycle tour, you need to be sure just to take the essentials.

There are plenty of good quality yet lightweight cycling accessories available that are designed specifically with sports cyclists in mind. You can find what you need on this great online bike shop.

Carry what you need on the bike

Carrying the few items you do need like water, a pump and waterproofs on the bike itself is also a good idea. That way the bike takes the strain instead of you and ensures that you do not experience chaffing from the straps of a rucksack.

Stay safe

Wearing the right safety kit, is very important because it keeps you safe. It also has an impact on how you feel when you are on your bike. If you are wearing good quality safety gear you will feel more confident, which means that you will push yourself just that little bit more.

Remember your sunglasses

Riding with sunglasses will also help you to move faster as well as protect your eyes. The faster you go the more calories you will burn.

Eat properly

If you are planning to go cycle training, it is important to prepare your body before you start. You need to give your body the fuel it needs before you start to ensure that you get as much as possible out of each cycling workout.

Be sure to take a few carbohydrate drinks with you to consume while on your bike. That way you can avoid hitting the wall and wasting some of your riding time because you cannot keep up the pace.

Stay hydrated

The other fuel your body needs is fluids. If you do not stay hydrated, your blood volume will decrease as you ride. That will stop your body from delivering the oxygen your muscles need to keep you riding at a pace that burns fat.

If you do the above, you will be able to set challenging fitness goals for yourself and reach them without hurting yourself.


Bladder Leakage is a Real Thing! #PoiseLinerLove

Disclosure ~  Living Smart Girl received compensation for sharing about #PoiseLinerLove .   All opinions are 100% Living Smart Girl’s.  @poise

I know I keep saying it over and over, but I really wish they had taught all us girls back in high school of all the wonderful things that would happen as we aged.  Things like, hair growing from your chin, that grows overnight! Nose hair grows, and why I have no idea!  Hair pops out in places hair shouldn’t be allowed to grow.  Our eyes get worse, our hair on our head thins and falls out, our bodies hurt, we refer to things as good or bad, like, my good knee and my bad knee.  Why oh why don’t they teach us these things.  And my favorite (not really), you will have bladder leakage as you get older.  Really!!!  Maybe the reason they don’t tell us all these things is because they are afraid of scaring the you know what out of us.   I can handle most of these changes as I age, but the part about bladder leakage is something I wish I didn’t have to deal with.  Age, such a wonderful thing!

I love to workout.  Yes, really I do.  Not cardio, totally hate that, but I love my weight lifting workouts.  But, what I don’t love is that lifting heavy stuff, makes my bladder play tricks on me and I tend to wet myself usually within the first half of my workout.  Yes, you can laugh because I finally have gotten to the point where I have learned to laugh about it myself.  I have had bladder leakage issues since I was young, and it just got worse after giving birth to my son in 1992.  I have had every test known to man for my bladder and my bladder is fine. So, I just say it is all a part of getting older, and wiser, right.  Or in my case, getting older and stronger.  I workout so my body stays in shape and my bones stay strong, and because I like to look HOT!  I found a great trick to help with my bladder leakage so I don’t feel the wetness and can continue with a kick butt workout and have fun.  I use  Poise Microliners. The Poise Microliners are perfect for my level of bladder leakage.  I also will use them on days I am running errands because one just never knows when my bladder will decide to let loose. Ahh…  age!

After years of shopping in the fem care aisle I came to realize that Poise liners were just a better solution for my bladder leakage.  And, I am excited I can find them at my Walmart since that is my main shopping stop.  You can get a $2 off coupon for your Poise products here.  Bladder leakage is a real thing, and nothing to be embarrassed about.  If you poll all your family and friends I bet you are not alone. I thought I was, until I started to ask around.  So, grab your friends and hit Walmart and grab some Poise liners for your bladder leakage.  Then, when you have girls night you can all laugh till ya pee your pants, and then continue to laugh because you just don’t care!  LOL!




Cold Weather Running Tips


Winter is here! You may be excited about that or dreading it, but either way, you’ll be outside at some point. If you plan on running or exercising outdoors this winter, there are a few key items you should invest in. Make sure to layer up and you’ll be warm no matter what the temperature is!  Here are some great cold weather running tips.

Lined Pants & Top. Invest in fleece lined pants and tops. These are the best layering pieces and will keep warmth close to your skin when you’re outside. You’ll be able to tell the difference between these pants and normal workout pants/leggings because these will feel a bit thicker and are soft inside. When it’s very cold out, wear a wicking shirt as your base, then the lined top, then another long sleeve over that. Make sure to avoid cotton!

Mittens. Mittens, as opposed to gloves, will keep your hands warmer. Since your fingers are all in one place, your body heat will keep them warm. As always, look for a pair of mittens specific to running, which will be made with wicking material. If you use your phone while running, search for fingerless mittens, which are a combination of gloves and mittens.

Warm socks. As mentioned above, do not wear cotton. When you sweat in cotton, the fabric stays wet, which means you will be very cold. Invest in a pair of wool socks, which are actually naturally wicking. Thicker socks means your toes won’t go numb after a few miles.

Neck gator. When running in freezing temperatures, you may notice that your throat gets dry or starts to hurt from the cold air. A neck gator will help with that. You can simply wear it around your neck like a scarf, then pull it up to cover your mouth and nose when you get cold. This is a must-have in windy conditions.

Earmuffs or hat. You’ll want a pair that is specific to outdoor exercise and one that stays put. Most of your body heat escapes through your head, which is why this piece is important. There are also earmuffs with headphones built in, in case you want to listen to music on the run.

Vest or jacket. A running vest or jacket will keep you warm on the chilliest of days. Once you layer up with everything listed in the first point, add your vest or jacket and you’re set. A vest is good for days when perhaps it is not too cold out, and a jacket is a must for sub-freezing temperatures. Make sure to buy a waterproof jacket if you plan on running through rain and snow as well.

Yaktrax. Yaktrax are a product you can slip onto your running sneakers. They provide you with traction so you can run without being afraid of slipping on snow or ice. If you will be braving the elements this winter, then you have to invest in a pair of Yaktrax, which are listed at $40.
Reflective gear. Winter time means less daylight. This is why reflective gear is so important. Make sure everything you buy has some sort of reflective property. Or get a reflective vest. You can also buy a head lamp or flashing light to wear on runs.

If you plan on training outside this winter, kudos to you! Winter runs and be relaxing and peaceful, just make sure you stay warm and stay safe.

Preventing Sports Injuries


No matter how careful you are at some point you will suffer from a sports injury. Even professional sports men and women experience injuries, it is literally part of the game. However, that said, there is still a lot you can do to reduce your risk of experiencing a sports injury.

Here are my top tips to help you to stay safe while training or playing your chosen sport.

Look after your feet

If you have bad feet, training or playing sports becomes difficult. It soon becomes hard to stay fit. For this reason, my first piece tip is to look after your feet.

Visit your local foot clinic regularly to get your feet checked have hard skin, corns, bunions or verrucas properly treated. Keeping your feet healthy will enable you to maintain the proper posture and technique, which as you will see later, is critical to staying injury free. If you cannot, walk, stand or run properly you will soon become more injury prone.

Warm up

Warming up before you start your exercise regime is a good way to get the circulation going. This delivers oxygen to your muscle getting them ready for the exercise that is to come.

Dress appropriately

You need to wear clothes that allow proper freedom of movement. Restrictive clothes make it impossible for the body to move properly, so wearing it heightens the risk of injury.

Keeping the body warm enough at the early stages of exercise helps to improve circulation. Outside on colder days it makes sense to wear a couple of layers. This ensures that your body is not too cold when you start your exercise regime and allows you to remove a layer of clothing when your body has warmed up.

Rest your body regularly

It is important to allow your body time to regenerate. Training or playing sports every day is counterproductive and heightens your risk of injury.

Taking at least one day off each week will have the added effect of improving your overall fitness levels. It is when your body is at rest that new muscle is built, so if you rest enough you will end up with more muscle mass than if you over exercise.

Learn proper technique

Many sport injuries are a result of incorrect technique. Not using the right form or technique puts unnecessary strain on certain areas of the body and leads to injuries.

Set your exercise equipment up properly

If you use sports equipment, it is very important to set it up and use it properly. For example, if you are cyclist having your seat positioned at the wrong height or angle will not only make it harder for you to cycle it will weaken your knees and back, leaving both areas more prone to injury.

Adapt your training regime as you age

As you get older some exercises and sports will no longer be suitable for you because they will become too taxing. If you ignore this and carry on playing these sports, you will considerably heighten your risk of injury.

However, years of exercise means that sports that you previously found too hard may now be within your reach. Regularly reviewing your fitness regime and adapting it to the needs of your body will allow you to avoid injuries while continuing to improve your overall fitness levels.


Fuel Your Body with Plant Based Protein

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My favorite time of the day (other than when I am sleeping), is right after my killer workout when I get to whip up a protein smoothie, sit back and let my workout accomplishment sink in while I enjoy a yummy treat. Most people don’t think of a protein smoothie as a treat, but I do.  I know it is a treat taste wise, and also a treat for my body as it is giving me the needed protein for my muscle and the nutrients my body needs after a hard workout.   But, choosing the right protein powder these days is not an easy task. It is downright painful sometimes because there are so many on the market, and so many bad ones to boot!

I like to help my readers take the guess work out of shopping and when I had the chance to review Orgain – Organic Protein I was pumped (yes, pun intended).  I enjoy seeing what is out there and when I find something I like, I love to share my thoughts.  Well, I really like this one!   Orgain Protein Powder has a smooth and creamy texture, which is hard to find in the protein powder world.  That is a huge plus for me, as I hate feeling like I am drinking chalk!  Orgain Protein Powder is also made from organic plant – based protein – including brown rice, hemp, chia, and pea protein.  Again, a huge factor for me because I deal with IBS and most protein powders make me bloat really bad.  That didn’t happen with Orgain.  Now, keep in mind, everyone’s body is different and I am just telling you my results.

This product was created by Dr. Andrew Abraham.  He was seeking high quality nutrition during his cancer treament years ago and that inspired him to develop delicious nutrition products with high quality organic ingredients.  It is so awesome when someone can do their research to make sure the product they develop is of high standards.  I look for that when buying any product these days.

There are many ways now days to get protein. Powders, bars, meat, shakes, etc.   But, most taste horrible, have bad texture, or horrible after effects.  Believe me.. I have had to run to the bathroom on more than one occasion due to a bad protein product.  (TMI?) I use protein powders a few different ways and really like the flavor and how easily this mixes.  I can do a smoothie with fruit, ice, and milk. Or, do a shake, with just milk and the powder. Or, add it to cookies, cake, bars, pancakes, dips, overnight oats, yogurt, and even.. coffee!  Getting my protein daily can be so easy, when I use a supplement like Orgain Protein Powder, and it has 21g of protein which is great!  You can get it in creamy chocolate fudge or sweet vanilla bean. I am enjoying the sweet vanilla bean, what would your choice be?


My smoothie recipe was 1 cup almond milk, 1/4 cup frozen blueberries, 1/4 cup frozen bananas, Orgain Protein Powder and a few ice cubes.  Blended, and enjoyed.  I like my smoothies thick, so if you like them thinner you can add more milk, or less ice.


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3 Exercises for a Firmer Butt

3 Exercises for a Firmer Butt
This current craze with big, firm bubble butts has made having a firmer backside a goal for many women. Something to remember is that the gluteus maximus is the largest muscle in the body and burns the most calories. Here are 3 exercises for a firmer butt that you will start to see results with right away.


Squats are easily the number one way to a firm bootie. There are quite a few different squats to add to your bootie-firming arsenal. A regular squat is where your feet are shoulder-width apart. You lower down like you are sitting on a chair and then raise back up. A plie squat is where your feet are two feet apart with your toes pointed slightly outward. There there is the infamous jump squat. When you do a regular squat, instead of raising up into a standing position, you jump up and land back down into a full squat. They are butt fat burners!

Squat Workout: Do 10 reps of each of the three types of squats without resting in between. After a full round of all three, rest for one minute. Repeat 3-5 times.


Lunges are another great workout for your legs and your rear-end. Two lunges that work wonders are the side and forward lunges. For a side lunge, start with your feet at least three feet apart. Lower down on the right side by bending your right knee while keeping your left leg straight. Then push your hips to the left side and repeat. Do this fluidly without stopping in between. For a forward lunge, step forward with your right leg, lower your hips down until both knees are bent at a 90-degree angle. Repeat with your left leg forward.

Lunge Workout: Do 10 reps on each leg of both the side and forward lunge, rest for one minute in between rounds. Repeat 3-5 times.


To do a kickback, the starting position is down on all fours. With your hands flat on the floor, with one knee planted, kick back the other leg up in the air. Bring it forward to waist level and do it again. Repeat on the other side.

Kickback Workout: Do 10-15 reps on each leg, rest for one minute in between rounds. Repeat 3-5 times.


If you like to follow a workout program instead of going it on your own there is a great workout program thru Beachbody for Brazil Butt Lift.  I am currently doing Body Beast as I am looking to gain muscle and lift my butt.

Tips to buy cheap treadmill and elliptical


Treadmill and elliptical are two of the most commonly used exercise machines at home as well as in a gym. The present day latest machines models like BowflexTreadclimber, NordicTrack Elliptical and others are equipped with high end features and thus available at varied price tags depending upon the list of specifications. If you too are planning to buy an elliptical or a treadmill machine for yourself then you must make sure to get the best possible deal. Given below are the tips to buy a cheap treadmill or an elliptical machine:

  1. When it comes to purchasing a workout machine such as a treadmill or an elliptical, an old saying “you get what you pay for” turns out to be hundred percent true. Treadmill and elliptical machines are available in low, mid and high ranges depending upon their features and specs. Before buying a treadmill or an elliptical, always look and compare for the prices from different shops and companies and choose the one that fits your requirement and budget.
  2. To buy a cheaper treadmill and an elliptical, buy it directly from the manufacturer. By doing so you will skip the middle person (that is the store) and it will thereby save the price that the stores add on further. You will get a good machine of all the quality features at an affordable price. Remember to buy the machine from a trusted manufacturer, with warranty and guarantee cards.
  3. Since online shopping is greatly in trend, to buy a cheap treadmill or an elliptical, you should look for these online retailers and manufacturers. There are many online centers and stores that offer a branded product as per your requirements. Since these stores save on their overhead expenditures of a store, they provide you heavy discounts and the equipment is available at a very good price. Also, some of these online stores offer free shipping services that helps you save your additional transportation cost.
  4. You can also look for a second hand treadmill and elliptical. Though this is not really a good option to invest in your fitness machine but if you are not interested to spend hefty amount, this is not that bad either. Before you buy a second hand machine make sure to check its working, functions, and other features. In buying a secondhand machine you will have more bargaining powers so remember not to overpay for the used equipment.
  5. If you have made up your mind to buy a treadmill or an elliptical for yourself and you are not in much hurry, wait for the sale periods that take place at fitness stores. During the sale days, these stores offer huge discounts and promotional services. By doing so, you get extra discounts on the tag price which the stores had put. This in turn will help you buy your treadmill or an elliptical at a relatively cheaper price.

Thus the above given tips will surely help you to get a good treadmill or an elliptical of your choice within your budget.

I Am A Beastette thanks to Body Beast

If you follow me (Living Smart Girl) you know that I am into health and fitness.  But, just because I am “into” it doesn’t mean I have always been on the right track.   I am human, I get busy, life gets in the way, and I just sometimes give up.  I think about my goals, and dream about things but there are times when things like my Fibromyalgia just get in my way!  Well, I am fighting back!!   I am tired of being tired, tired of hurting, tired of complaining, tired of letting my health condition win!   I am taking my life back, one day at a time!

I have been a Beachbody Coach a few times before.  I join, order stuff, stick it in a drawer and forget about it, quit, etc.  Because I run a fitness/health blog I am sent many programs and products to review so I always seem to get tied up in something else.  Generally something I don’t plan to stick with, just review and move on.  I just can’t seem to find that program that really keeps my interests peaked.   I love lifting, and don’t love cardio, so that leaves me with not a lot of choices.  I was doing a program designed by a gal who owns her own business and it was helping me get on the right track with my lifting, but that was over a year ago.  I was doing great, then went on vacation and never got back into if after returning home.

Well, late one night as I was watching TV because I couldn’t sleep I caught a bit of the infomercial for Body Beast.  I then went online, watched a few more video’s and checked out some more info.  Hmmm…now this looks like my cup of tea!   So, found a coach who has inspired me and ordered it.  Got it, and set it in my basket of workout DVD’s, looked at it a few time here and there and that was it.   Life was busy, work was consuming me, and my Fibro kicking my ass!

So, let’s fast forward to a couple weeks ago.   I had had enough!!  And when I have finally gotten to the point of having enough, that is just it!!   I want muscle, I want tone, I want definition, I want to also eat cheeseburgers!  Hahaha!! And, with Body Beast, I can have all that!

Today is my Week 2  Day 1 of Body Beast Build Lean.   I am really loving the workout, the fact I can eat a lot of food, (tracking it with mymacros app), and how great I feel.  Well, I hurt like hell after a workout, and on leg day oh my.. but I know my pain is a good pain.   Generally I hurt every day due to my Fibro, but after a workout it’s a different kinda pain, and one I LOVE!!

Here is my pictures from today.  Only 2 weeks in, and I have some definite muscle definition going on in my arms and back.  Today was Back/Bis day and it is a killer workout.  50 min of intense lifting.  Sagi is awesome!  I love his jokes, his program, and he is a hottie to boot!


I am so proud to say I am a Beachbody Coach.   Do you want to take control of your health?  I can help you find the workout that suits you best.   Check out all we have to offer ~ Beachbody Coach Living Smart Girl.

Just because I love Body Beast doesn’t mean you will.   We offer many different programs and I would love to help you find the perfect one for you.   Questions ?   Ask away :)



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This was after only 1 week :)





Getting Into Shape With Muscle Building Home Workouts


Getting into shape requires effort on your part, but it also necessitates time that many individuals are lacking. Thankfully, those who lead busy lives don’t have to live with being overweight or having a flabby physique thanks to muscle building home workouts that take very little time. With many muscle building workouts available, every individual should be able to find one they enjoy and can complete even with a hectic schedule. Following are a few muscle building home workouts that build muscle fast which anyone can try.

Building Muscle Quickly

Train making use of your body weight and minimal equipment and you’ll build lean muscle at a rapid rate. For optimal results, perform each exercise in a slow, controlled manner. Time crunch workouts are great in this situation, and you’ll build lean muscle in only 20 minutes a day. Stuart Phillips and a team at Canada’s McMaster’s University found that slow and steady is optimal for building muscle.

Start with an elevated pike push up. During this exercise, bend over so your arms and legs are straight, with your hands on the floor and your feet on an elevated surface, such as a box. Lower yourself and then drive up again. Do 12 reps in four sets and rest for 60 seconds.

Next, start with your legs in a split stance. Squat down in this position and jump up into the air. Switch legs so you come down in the opposing stance. Alternate legs and repeat, jumping as high as you can with each repetition. Do ten reps with each leg during four sets, resting for 60 seconds between sets.

Now it’s time to act like Spiderman. Get down like you are going to do a pushup and begin crawling forward. As you crawl, move your right arm and left leg as far as you can, staying low to the ground. Your goal is to swing the knee so it almost touches the opposing arm. Alternate sides and, to make the exercise more difficult, try crawling backward. Do six sets of ten reps, resting for 30 seconds in between.

Now, do pushups as the superhero would. Get back into the pushup position and, as you go to lower your body for the pushup, bring your knee and elbow together on one side. When you go to raise back up, move your leg back. Repeat on the opposite side. Complete six sets, resting for 30 seconds in between.

These are just a few workouts that build muscle fast. You’ll find many others you may wish to try. Remember to complete each exercise using slow, controlled movements for the best results.

Working Out at Home

Finding time to hit the gym isn’t easy for many. Once you learn how to start bodybuilding at home, you’ll find you can achieve the look you are after without worrying about squeezing in a workout. Gym memberships aren’t cheap either, but you can pick up some nice equipment and get fit with the help of some muscle building workouts. Start by purchasing the basics, including a barbell, flat bench, and adjustable dumbbells. With just a few pieces, you can get into shape and obtain the physique you’re after.

Barbell squats and dumbbell lunges are both good exercises to try, and you should complete two sets of 12 reps each. Don’t hesitate to make use of the one-arm dumbbell row, doing three sets of 12 reps, and fall back on conventional exercises, such as pushups, to get a full workout. When doing pushups, complete three sets until you can’t push yourself off the ground any longer.

Once you’ve mastered basic exercises such as these, move on to more advanced ones. Try some bent over barbell row exercises, doing four sets of eight reps and complete two sets of the standing military press, doing eight to 12 reps in each set. Demonstrations of these exercises are readily available for those who are not familiar with them.

As your strength builds, focus on different areas of the body on different days. For example, do barbell curls and concentration curls on Monday to work your arms, dumbbell flys and pushups on Tuesdays to work the arms, and then rest on Wednesdays before moving on to the lower body, back and shoulders. Be sure to rest two days a week, and don’t forget to focus on nutrition. Exercise is only one component of building lean muscle. You’ll need to focus on nutrition also for great results.

No Weights Needed

If you’re short on money, but want to get started right away, try muscle building home workouts without weights. Make use of progressive overload to ensure you obtain the lean muscle you desire and you must maintain a diet that allows for this growth, but it can be done. With these two principles, it is possible to obtain the body you desire.

One thing to remember is you must make use of progressive overload, and this can be difficult to do as you can’t adjust your body weight quickly and easily. Over time, if you don’t focus on progressive overload, you’ll find you quit building muscle mass and move to muscle endurance. To avoid this, start with exercises which can be done anywhere, such as pushups, lunges, squats, and dips. As your muscle mass increases, add a weighted vest, exercise bands, or small dumbbells to increase resistance. Doing so allows you to continue to build muscle mass.

Pay attention to what you are eating. You need to ensure you are consuming enough calories and protein to build muscle mass, according to Charles Lambert of the University of Arkansas.

Without these two items, you aren’t going to see the desired growth, although you may slim down. It’s the definition you will be lacking.

Try a number of workouts until you find one you love and enjoy completing on a regular basis. Now is the time to get into shape. With numerous muscle building home workouts to select from, doing so has never been easier.

Guest Blogger
Terry Asher

Track Your Fitness Smart with the Jawbone UP

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Whether you have specific health goals or just want to monitor your stats as you maintain your awesomeness, an activity tracker like the Jawbone UP is perfect for both. Available at Best Buy online and local stores, the Jawbone activity tracker starts at $99 and has several models to choose from. Each is wearable on the wrist, secure yet lightweight and comfortable. They are durable enough to withstand rain, a sweaty workout, even the shower. They both sync wirelessly with smartphones, tablets, and computers giving you access to real-time progress. No more hassle with connecting cords or manually entering data.

Both models accurately track steps taken, calories burned, nutritional intake, activity vs. inactivity, sleep quality and hours of sleep. The Jawbone UP3 has been upgraded from its predecessor with a heart rate monitor and advanced sensors measuring resistance of tissue and blood flow in your wrist to capture your resting heart rate. Smart Coach learns as you use it tuning in to unique patterns while keeping track of your personal data. It then suggests daily goals motivating you to move more, stay hydrated, and sleep better.

The UP app features a customizable dashboard that displays your data easily. The UP app also lets you know when you’ve reached milestones such as so many steps or sticking with an activity for a certain amount of time. Compete and challenge other Jawbone users for extra motivation. Check your stats to see how your progress measures up! The UP3 automatically logs each activity from running to a game of hoops. You’ll be able to access a detailed picture of your calorie burn.

Monitor other parts of your life such as sleep and daily habits such as food and water intake. The Smart Alarm will get you up at the ideal point of your sleep cycle, there’s even a vibrating alarm. Log your food by scanning barcodes or searching the UP database to track nutritional value. There’s even an alert that lets you know when you’ve been sitting too long, reminding you to stay active!

The Jawbone UP activity trackers are designed with fitness and style in mind. While the UP2 has a lot of fantastic features, the UP3 has pushed those standards and set the bar higher. Wear one and go further.


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