New Fitness Center with Low, Retro Price Opens http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm Today in Florham Park

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Report: This Is What Apple’s Fitness Tracking App Looks Like

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(March 17, 2014) – Retro Fitness, one of the nations leading low-cost, high-value fitness concepts, is opening its newest New Jersey location at 184 Columbia Turnpike in Florham Park, inside the Crescent Center. The 12,750 square-foot facility blends vibrant color schemes into a fun, energetic atmosphere where gym members can comfortably meet their fitness goals. With an affordable monthly membership of just $19.99, gym members have access to a full collection of top-of-the line strength equipment and cardio machines from p90X3 workouts industry leaders, complete with individual flat-screen television monitors, among several other amenities. We opened Retro Fitness to provide the community with a facility that will help them achieve their health and fitness goals at a fraction of the cost, but without skimping out on the necessities needed for a good workout, said Lorenzo Dibari, co-owner of the new Retro Fitness Florham Park, commenting on his decision to become a Retro Fitness franchisee.
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Image: 9to5Mac The app features different categories that house personal information, such as bloodwork, heart rate, hydration, blood pressure, activity (steps), nutrition, blood sugar, sleep, respiratory rate and weight. Healthbook will be able to both store and track certain data points, such as heart rate, blood pressure and oxygen saturation, but this implies (as rumored) upcoming iPhones will come with intelligent sensors that enable this type of tracking. SEE ALSO: Animated iWatch Concept Is the Most Realistic You’ve Ever Seen Although it doesn’t show a section for monitoring stress or pregnancy, there is a way to track a user’s oxygen saturation, which can be an indicator of breathing quality. Meanwhile, an “Emergency Card” can store the user’s name, medications, doctor information and other key information that might be useful in case of a medical emergency. The fitness monitoring app will also likely go head to head with wristband trackers like Nike+ Fuelband SE and the Fitbit Force, but having access to vital health data would be relatively new to smartphones.
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