BEST FOR RUNNERS:
Activity Tracker: There are plenty of fitness trackers out there with a range of prices and specifications from everyday fitness to performance fitness monitoring. The two most popular activity trackers are the Fitbit and the Nike Fuelband – both of which offer unique features such as sleep tracking and GPS as well as the usual step counter using apps on your smart phone to control and monitor.
Armband: These have moved on a little since the days of a bit of material that precariously held your phone to your arm. They now have waterproof cases which fit a number of smart phones with tech to change your song and programme with minimal effort and without having to take your phone out. For example the Griffin Adidas Midicoach.
BEST FOR CYCLISTS:
The Camera Demon Helmet Camera Mount fits to any helmet which means you can record your sport activities and watch back later.
BEST FOR SWIMMERS:
For those that find the early morning swim training hard – waterproof headphones! The Sony Waterproof Walkman allows users to listen to music while fully submerged making those sets all the more easier.
BEST FOR CLIMBERS:
Because none of us have a lot of spare time anymore and especially when your sport involves finding a rock face – the Grip Master Hand Trainer allows climbers to strengthen their grip no matter where they are.
BEST FOR FOOTBALLERS:
The Football Flick Urban Training Aid means who can practice your footy skills in your back garden. You can practice volleys and control by passing the ball into the ramp and receiving it straight back. As well as using it to train it can also be a great game for all the family so money well spent!
BEST FOR GOLFERS:
The GolfSense Sensor analyses your swing and links to your smart phone which allows you to compare, review and analyse your game straight away.
BEST FOR HIKERS:
Designed to keep feet dry and increase circulation and therefore reducing the risk of inflammation, Incredisocks are a bargain at £12.95. They even have thermos-regulating features meaning the feet never get too hot or cold and with a thread count of 200 do not scrimp on comfort.