Thursday, June 24, 2010

Bodybugg helps with weight loss

Bodybugg system
Bodybugg system
24 hour fitness
Bodybugg is a hot trend on Google and it's likely it's the calorie management system gadget not a bug that crawls on your body that people are looking for.

Made popular by the weight-loss reality show, The Biggest Loser, The Bodybugg was spotted on many contestants over the past few seasons. Now its become a popular calorie tracker gadget for anyone who wants to shed pounds and measure calorie burn.

The Bodybugg is a state-of-the-art calorie management system that gets consistent, positive reviews. Described on the Bodybugg site as a 'personal calorie management system' the device is a fairly sleek armband that uses a patented process to measure calorie burn.

To lose weight, calories taken in must be less than calories out. The Bodybugg helps track these calories. It's a hi-tech way to lose weight. The Bodybugg measures how many calories you are expending by sensing motion, skin temperature, heat and moisture. Essentially, it monitors how active you are.

You can connect to a Mac or PC to upload data from the Bodybugg armband to your computer. This allows you to see how many calories you’ve burned throughout the day or during specific activities. After you enter the foods you eat, you’ll be able to see exactly how you’re doing towards your goals. You set your own goals and time frames.

For those who need feedback on a consistent basis, this gadget is probably worth the steep price. It is $175 if purchased on-line, including a six-month web subscription. Add $64 for the digital display, which might help if you need a visual motivation. Back in January, the price was $199 for the Bodybugg, supposedly reduced from the normal price of $249 without the digital display.

If having a gadget to count calories sounds like it would be a good part of a weight loss program, the Bodybug is available on and sites such as Resource: