The Withings Activité is a smart, stylish watch with the capability to track your steps, heart rate, sleep patterns, and more. The catch, though, is that it costs $450. The solution? Withings just put out the Activité junior, or the Pop, which does everything your Activité does, but for only $150. And they're not too hard on the eyes, either.
On the pricier side (way pricier), the Garmin fenix 3 is a very stylish, masculine-looking smartwatch that does a whole lot more than tell you the weather; it includes a GPS to track how many miles you've run or cycled and a groundbreaking VO2 max calculator.
Fitbit differentiates their wearables between everyday health items, like the Flex, and tools for active people, like the Charge and Charge HR. Now they've made a watch for the super-athlete. The Surge contains GPS tracking, multi-sport capability, and continuous heart rate monitoring, as well as smartwatch-like notifications and a battery that'll last seven days on a charge.
A simple adhesive strip with sensors that spit out some amazing data to a companion app, the AmpStrip provides zone training information as well as information on whether you should be working harder or working a little less.
With the supposed "Internet of Things" hot underway, it's only appropriate that there's something for everyone - including yogis. The SmartMat has sensors that track your pose, give you feedback on your form, and can help guide you through your own yoga workouts.
Although the Wellograph fitness-tracking watch came out in 2014, a lot of improvements were announced at CES this year. These include a plethora of new colors and bands, but mostly a firmware and app update: the Wellograph will now track sleep and determine stress levels through continuous heart rate monitoring.
The Skulpt is truly one of a kind - a device that measures muscle quality all over your body. Simply scan the device over your biceps, triceps, chest, and quads and get an MQ (muscle quality) score - a score that measures the overall quality of muscle on your body, the higher the better. It also is capable of measuring body fat percentage.
Designed with the help of Usain Bolt, the Trainer headphones are sweat-resistant headphones with both workout and lifestyle modes. When in workout mode, a flexible band is available with the press of a button for better fit when you're moving, and a blinking LED light on the side of the headphones aims to keep cars away from you during midnight runs. They'll be available later in the year.