It's the beginning of 2016, which means thousands of tech companies and startups are at Las Vegas to experience CES.
This year we have seen thousands of innovative devices and the fitness tracker and gadgets took the center stage with the release of countless new wearables, trackers and gadgets that promises to push your wellness to the next level, and make you the best you can possible.
Today, we round up with fit tech and gadgets that has your heart rate tracker showing a BPM and much more. Have a look at the slider below to know more.
First Bra That Reads Women's Biometrics
The OMBra is a smart bra that measures heart rate and steps from workout attire. "It's the first bra that reads a women's biometrics," says Shaz Khang, the chief marketing officer for smartwear, OMsignal. "Women realize that if they're going to wear clothes all day anyway, they want more information."
Fitness focused, high on style Smartwatch
The Fitbit Blaze is all about fitness monitoring minus all the distractions. The Blaze does not have a GPS, and will have to be paired with a smartphone if one wants to jog or hike yet wanting to track the route.
Smartwatch for Runners
New Balance Digital Sport will develop a comprehensive athlete-focused digital ecosystem featuring innovative New Balance-branded wearable technology products designed to improve physical performance.
Fitness tracker that look like a jewelry
Misfit has launched its fitness tracker and sleep monitor wearable, dubbed as Misfit Ray in the market. This aluminum built fitness tracker measures 12mm in diameter, 38mm long and weighs around 8grams.
Track you diet
This application is used to helps the user to track their diet. However, it will be accompanied by a spectrometer operating with the help of infra-red rays. DietSensor proposes the analysis of the user's eating habits and recommends the user to balance the diet and achieve the targets set.
A rugged smartwatch
Razer launched the Nabu Watch that has the activity tracking, smartphone notifications and shake-to-share features of the original Nabu and Nabu X, but in a rugged sports watch design.
Smart Glasses by Oakley that coach you!
Radar Pace is a smart eyewear that while running and that monitors your performance as you go.
Bluetooth enabled thermometer
Withings is an affordable new fitness tracker, that works as a Bluetooth thermometer to takes your temperature by scanning your forehead.
This gadget calculate body fat percentage
Skulpt Chisel promises to not only calculate body fat percentage, but also tell you if your muscles are weak or strong. With 12 sensors sending electrical currents through your skin into 24 individual muscles in your body.
Google Glass-like cycling sunnies
This gear is for cyclists who need performance data in sight, without having to glance down at a smartphone. Solos shows metrics like heart rate, speed, distance, duration, and other data about your ride.
A breathalyzer that tells you are burning fat or not
Levl, a breathalyzer that can tell you whether you're burning fat or not. When your body goes into a fat-burning state known as ketosis, higher levels of acetone are detectable in your breath. Levl detects that acetone.
Sensor in shorts to track your run!
The Lumo Run smart shorts for men and capris for women measure more than just how fast and far you have run. The sensor tucked in measures pelvic rotation and pelvic tilt.
Bluetooth EpiPen to prevent anaphylacic
Veta is a Bluetooth EpiPen case that could prevent you from going into anaphylactic shock. The case never lets you out of its sight. If you head out the door without Veta in tow, the case sends you a notification that something is wrong.
21st century connect abs belt
The belt uses electric currents to stimulate your ab muscles into toning and tightening. The app offers training programs and and tracks your toning progress.
A smarter running shoes
Altra IQ, a pair of smart shoes for runners that have accelerometers and pressure sensors built right into the bottom.