Mommy Blog Expert: Sprint Samsung Under Armour Join Forces Offering Powerhouse Wearable Fitness Tech #SprintMom

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Sprint Samsung Under Armour Join Forces Offering Powerhouse Wearable Fitness Tech #SprintMom


I participated in an Influencer Activation Program on behalf of Influence Central for Sprint and received a travel stipend and thank you gift to facilitate this review

Few can argue that technology has permeated virtually every aspect of our lifestyles, including how we get and stay physically fit. Think about it. Chances are that you either own a wearable tech fitness device yourself or you know someone else who does. One of the leading companies at the forefront of this fitness device revolution touching the lives of millions in the U.S. is Sprint.

Samsung Gear Fit & Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport,
Just a few weeks back I participated in an informative #SprintMom hands on in-store session to learn all about new Sprint Fit Live, a comprehensive mobile health and fitness package that gives those wanting to tap all that technology has to offer just about everything needed to live healthier lifestyles. 

Trainer Nathaniel Gosselin demos Sprint Fit Live,
That day a select group of bloggers who were invited to attend got to hear from Sprint product experts as well as to see personal trainer Nathaniel Gosselin demo the virtual personal training smart device apps exclusively for use when paired with the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport -- which comes in blue or red -- or other Galaxy smartphone and the Samsung Gear Fit wearable device.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport in blue,
Definitely check these tech goodies out at your local Sprint store that have resulted from an amazing collaboration between Samsung Telecommunications America, Under Armour and an app called MapMyFitness. There you will see how the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport smartphone and Samsung Gear Fit team up to coach and encourage you with advice that's customized just for you. This eliminates the need to have to hire a person to whip you into shape costing you a whole lot less than the equivalent of a few months worth of $50-$100 personal trainer sessions at the gym.

MapMyFitness App,
What's more is this dream device combo has the capability to do all sorts of other cool things, like measuring your heart rate. Thanks to MapMyFitness from Under Armour, the Samsung Gear Fit also tracks your workouts via GPS, automatically recording the duration, distance, pace, speed, elevation, calories burned, and routes traveled on an interactive map. Believe it or not this tech fitness system will even talk to you when you're using this, giving you "You can do it" words of encouragement and telling you to speed up if you're going too slow. 

In the end, you'll come out winning because this suite of tech fitness products can ultimately guide you toward the optimal level of fitness activity, a healthier diet and an overall better-for-you lifestyle.

Trainer and Sprint Team,
What's not to love about having a trainer by your side 24/7?

Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport in red,
About the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport
Exclusively from Sprint, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport which is water and dust resistant and is specially designed for physically active users, lists for $649.99 but is available now with a 2-year Sprint contract for just $200. It includes Sprint Fit Live as well as a free year access to MapMyFitness, 3-6 months of Spotify Premium and $50 off Samsung Gear Fit.

Samsung Gear Fit even tracks your sleep quality,
About the Samsung Gear Fit
The Samsung Gear Fit in black features a lightweight curved 1.83 Super AMOLED display that fits comfortably around the wrist. It is compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport and other Galaxy smartphones and is available now at the Sprint store for $99.99.

Stay up to date on the latest wearable fitness device trends and offerings by visiting the Sprint site as well as by following the carrier on Facebook and Twitter.
FTC Disclosure: I received a travel stipend and lunch in addition to a thank you gift to facilitate this #SprintMom #MC #Sponsored post on behalf of Influence Central. However, opinions here are my own. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's main page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.

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