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Smart Fitness

Best smart sport products

Technological advances in the Internet of Things in recent years have provided a range of super-intelligent opportunities to transform the way we learn and play and provide us with a strategic edge. All sorts of items, devices and apps now are able to help us track our performance, monitor our progress and develop how athletes meet and go beyond their objectives.

Yunmay smart rope

Jumping rope is one of the easiest ways of burning calories, and now the new smart ropes allow you to practice and track at once. Some ropes, such as the Yunmay smart rope, trace and have a light screen strand that can be used to see your jumps. See the jump counts, expended calories, or the time of the training, while the rope is swinging. The data is then transferred to a mobile app using Bluetooth. Suitable for all type of phones such as Samsung,  iPhone, iPad.  These smart ropes can count the total number of jumps in a time and the number of calories consumed. Amazing right?

Yunmay smart scale

Smart scales do not only provide more metrics but also connect via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to your phone. This allows you to keep an eye on your phone weight/body fat with several applications that will help you set targets, monitor your results over time and share your statistics with other applications and services. The Yunmai smart scale is a useful tool. If you try to lose weight, develop muscles or simply keep your body shape, a smart scale makes it easier to follow any adjustments over time and if desired, adjust your diet and workouts. When combined with a health tracker, it is much easier. 

Take a look at our Xiaomi Amazfit smartwatch and our Mi Band 5 to keep track of your health. 

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