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Some possibilities to help with your New Year's resolutions
Everysight Rapton
Everysight Rapton
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David Novak, The Gadget Guy

Now's the time to make those new year resolutions, and for most people, that will probably include some sort of conservative fitness goal. Below you'll find some nifty fitness gadgets to make your miserly a little easier, and a little more fun. Get after it! 


The Tacx Neo 2 Smart Turbo Trainer lets you turn your bike into a home gym, giving you several workout levels and software to chart your progress. Incredibly quiet, its comprehensive app lets you to choose a surface, which accurately replicates everything from dirt roads to cobbles. $1,400.


If you're looking for a Top Gun-esque heads-up display while biking, check out the Everysight Raptor Smart Glasses. Forget your bike computer, the Raptor’s fully integrated display will show heart rate, RPM and a GPS-run map right in front of you. It's like having a command center plugged into your brain. $650. 


Those who lift weights have never had a solution to monitor performance and progress. The Beast Sensor, however, solves the problem. Attach it to a stack of weights or the relevant limb and it monitors metrics such as reps, velocity and explosiveness. $290.


Did you know your internal organs have an effective age? We're talking about the health of your guts. Put your finger inside the iHeart Internal Age Monitor, and it will measure your aortic pulse wave velocity to make deductions about your health. If you're "older" than you should be, you can make lifestyle changes to bring that number down. $150.


Ever feel like you're running in place at work? At least with the TrekDesk, you can actually run or walk while banging out spreadsheets. With a adjustable-height workstation that fits over any standard treadmill, it's the perfect solution for those who think better on their feet. $500.


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