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Connected sensors to help you get fit

The Nike+ iPod-based running system has been around for quite a while, but ReadWriteWeb has rounded up some other connected fitness devices you may not have heard of:

One of the trends we're exploring this year is how the Internet is being integrated into everyday objects. Called the Internet of Things, it's seeping into some massive consumer industries. One of them is fitness. Many of you have heard of the Nike+ running shoes, which send running data to your iPod via a sensor. Adidas recently joined the race to connect your running gear to the Internet, with its miCoach system. There is also the Wii Fit and innovative web fitness services like NordicTrack's iFit.

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