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Atlas Shape Fitness Tracker Review
The Atlas Shape, by Austin-based Atlas Wearables, is a legit fitness tracker, including steps, sleep, personal-training, training programs--but for me, it's only a half-solution to me.
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Atlas Wristband2 review: fitness tracker for kettlebell swings
I bought my Atlas Wristband2 exclusively to keep track of my daily kettlebell swings. And it does an amazing job of tracking my swings as well as other kettlebell, TRX, and floor workouts. This is my review.
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I did it! Today! I went from walking to slow jogging everywhere I go!
I technically should be considered an expert on Slow Jogging, the type of bopping along at the rate of someone using a walker, since I launched the Redding subreddit called /r/slowjogging/ and have written endless articles about Prof. Hiroaki Tanaka's slow jogging since Dec 20, 2017—but no! I haven't slow jogged for years. But, today, everything changed!
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I just walked across the African Continent
So, I had been really slowing down on steps in my constant war towards defeating sedentarism towards my 10,000 steps-per-day but I blame my FitBit Surge.
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FitBit Surge gypped me on steps so I added a Zip
I do most of all of my daily steps on my LifeSpan Treadmill Desk DT-5. Since I am working on this desk all day, I am oftentimes leaning over a little, putting pressure on the built-in arms pads with my arms, and typing, typing, typing, isolating my movements so that I can focus on writing emails, contracts, proposals and hours client service work.  
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