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Dominic DeVito writes about GPS and car audio, and has been known to use a Rtness wearable to help get in shape. Track your body's progress The TomTom Touch fitness tracker doesn't just record your activity, it also measures your body fat and muscle mass percentages, giving you a more complete picture of your health. It's water-resistant and offers a touchscreen display, heart-rate sensor, and sleep tracker. TomTom Touch #625TOUCHLB $129.99 Tunes for your workouts Water-resistant Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats3 Wireless headphones offer fantastic fit and sound quality, and they're built to play well with newer iPhone models. They offer a 12-hour battery life, and the cord won't get tangled while you're trying to burn through reps. Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats3 Wireless #835PBT3BTB $199.99 Also available in flash blue, white, and yellow Capture and share your vital health data without wires Garmin's Index connected smart scale measures body mass index (BMI), bone and muscle mass, and body fat/water percentage. It can upload your metrics wirelessly to your Garmin fitness account online, so you can gauge your progress over time and adjust goals accordingly. Garmin Index #150iNDEXBL $149.99 Also available in white Motivate with music Bang & Olufsen's BeoPlay H5 wireless headphones boast Bluetooth and work with a free app for convenient control through your phone. The comfortable magnetic earpieces snap together so you can wear them around your neck as you take a breather. B&O PLAY BeoPlay H5 #906H5BLK $249.99 Also available in dusty rose See our full selection of activity and Rtness gear at crutchReld.com/Rtness

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