New apps, digital fitness devices keep track of your workout
We’re dreaming about sandy beaches and warm waves, so we’re planning ahead workout-wise, too. It’s time to focus on the abs now that we can push our puffy jackets and chunky sweaters to the backs of our closets. This 10-minute workout targets the abs and hits the muscle group from all angles. Just press play, and get ready to fire up your core!
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Chip Kelly watches Teddy Bridgewater, Calvin Pryor workout at Louisville Pro-Day
Here’s a sample of some data-tracking apps and gear we found useful. Free data Pumatrac: The free iPhone running app tracks and audibly informs you of your distance traveled, speed, calories burned and weather, ultimately producing a real-time map, elevation profile of your route and an overall score for the workout (arrived at by a mysterious algorithm that combines all the variables). It also includes a social leader board that shows you how other Pumatrac users are doing. Roy Wallack How to add a workout at the workplace Likes: Simple, effective and motivating.
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The quarterback weighed in at 208 pounds, while Pryor came in at 211 pounds. So what does it mean that Kelly made his way to Louisville to watch the pair workout? The truth is likely not a whole lot. The Eagles had Howie Roseman, Jeffery Lurie and Kelly workout Geno Smith last p90X3 workouts season — and then passed on the quarterback twice.
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Mayock: Teddy Bridgewater’s pro day workout ‘average at best’
0 Likes | 0 Comments More Columns > Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater didn’t exactly help himself in his quest to be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 draft with his pro day workout Monday. NFL Media draft analyst Mike Mayock and NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner weren’t wowed by the workout, with Warner pointing out mechanical issues and Mayock saying “I expected a little bit more today.” Best draft scenarios for Rams at No. 2 Mayock said that while most quarterbacks have good pro days because they are able to script the workout and are throwing in a controlled environment, Bridgewater’s workout was “average at best.” Mayock said he saw “a lot of flutters, a lot of inaccuracy.” Bridgewater — who has been working out with former NFL quarterback Chris Weinke for the past two months — spoke with the NFL Network after his workout, which lasted about 30 minutes, and said, “I think it went pretty well.” Twenty-nine teams were represented at Louisville’s pro day, and three head coaches whose teams pick in the top five were there — Houston’s Bill O’Brien, Jacksonville’s Gus Bradley and Oakland’s Dennis Allen .
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