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The Wahoo Kickr1 of 6
Zwift and Wahoo Fitness were at CES 2017 to show off this bad boy. I'm on the all new Wahoo Kickr (official trainer for Teamsky), which boosts improved power accuracy, noise reduction and better integration for those living that Di2 life (sadly, not me).
That gadget on my head? Yeah, that's me being virtually transported to the island of Watopia. Don't think I stole any QOMs thanks to the bike fit, but this prototype may just be the future of indoor training.
Under Armour Athlete Recovery Sleepwear2 of 6
Attention all hardcore athletes—I think I just found your new fave product at CES 2017—Tom Brady would agree. This is Under Armour's new Athlete Recovery Sleepwear and it's crazy awesome.
That honeycomb pattern is a bioceramic lining that absorbs infrared wavelengths emitted by the body and reflects it back while you sleep. What the heck does that mean?! Basically, your jammies can now do things like increase circulation, optimize metabolism and reduce inflammation. Imagine sleeping in these after a long run or a big race - and they're super soft too!
Fitbit Community3 of 6
Fitbit launched a new Community section of their app that had us falling head over heels. The new Feed helps you connect with fellow fitness-minded friends and family (and maybe talk a little trash while you climb the Steps leaderboard).
You can share inspirational moments from your daily routine (#fitspo amirite?), read training content from Fitbit experts and even find local workouts. There's also a cool new personal goal setting feature that uses insights from your own activity to help set reachable goals. If you're looking for a little motivation, this app has it in spades.
New Balance RunIQ Smartwatch4 of 6
We were so excited by all the products at CES—especially this beauty just announced by New Balance. You're looking at the new RunIQ smartwatch (which you can preorder now), an innovative collaboration with Intel, AndroidWear and Strava.
New Balance says this is the first smartwatch for runners, by runners, and we have to admit it's pretty cool. Personally, I like it because it combines my favorite features from the TomTom Spark (playlists and music untethered) with the premium GPS standards set by companies like Garmin and Polar (wrist heart rate monitor, GPS, Strava sync and more). Intel made a splash here last year too, with their innovative RadarPace launch in collaboration with Oakley.
Polar Team Pro5 of 6
I'm really geeking out over this Polar Team Pro shirt. It has heart rate monitoring and GPS tracking built directly into the fabric - can you imagine never having to wear a heart rate strap again?! And yes, it is totally washable.
The heart rate tracker is on the back of the shirt near the center neckline, and the sensors are distributed along two thin capture points that you can see in the pic above. I need this product, like, NOW.