Posted by: macintoshsisters | January 3, 2007

Nike + iPod Equals Smooth Runnings

Nike + iPod Equals Smooth Runnings
Two product powerhouses join up to bring runners a tiny tech training machine designed to help you achieve your personal best
by Matt Vella

If you’re among the scores of Americans who overindulged this holiday season (and even if you didn’t), there’s a good chance you’re kicking off the New Year with a vow to get in better shape. In the interest of helping readers stick to such resolutions, we’re starting a series of reviews of high-tech fitness gear, beginning with a look at the $29 Nike + iPod Sport Kit.

I have typically regarded running as an almost equipment-free exercise—in contrast to, say, gear-intensive sports such as biking or backpacking. A decent pair of shoes and a pair of sweats make up the basics, whether you’re Marion Jones or, like me, just trying to keep your post-college gut in check.

Full article at BusinessWeek

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