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HeadsUp Headband Could Shed New Light On Concussions In Sports

Injuries are a part of sport--there is no getting around it--and concussions are one of the worst injuries. They can sideline athletes indefinitely and have a lasting impact on their lives. However, companies like Integrated Bionics are leading the way in developing products that can improve the lives of athletes. The HeadsUp Headband, a head impact indicator, is one such product.

Grip + Case For iPhone Is Tailored For The Athlete

Are you an athlete? Do you like working out to your favorite songs? The Grip + protective case for the iPhone 5 and 5s could be exactly what you need. This product was developed with the athelte in mind and comes with features for the sports enthuiast.

Per4M Juke 360 Is A Simple Design That Can Help Improve Your Footwork And Speed

What could MacGyver do with a belt, bungee cord and safety strap? He could probably make some sort of slingshot with the ability to catapult a human over a 50 foot wall. What PER4M did with those materials was develop the Juke 360, a simple training device that can help you improve your footwork and speed.

Connect And Power Your Device With The Solar Ski Helmet

In the market for a ski helmet? How about one with built-in audio? How about one with built-in audio, a microphone, Bluetooth technology that can power all of these extras via solar energy? Well, you can't have this helmet just yet, but developers at Fraunhofer IZM are working with TU Berlin and TEXSYS to get this product out on the market.

+ Pool Could Be The World's First Water-Filtering Floating Pool

How many people actually swim in the Hudson and East Rivers? Not many. New York City is surrounded by water, yet the water isn't the cleanest and that deters potential swimmers. That's where the + Pool comes in. This community pool will float on one of New York's rivers and filter the river water through its walls, making the water inside the pool clean and great for swimming.

All That Jazz Is Good For Your Brain: 3 New Studies

....Studies have shown that those with early music training benefit from that training long into their adult years, and there are correlations between early music training and improved neural reaction to speech sounds in elderly persons, for whom these signals are generally the first to go.  These three most recent studies help explain why musical training might be so important to the retention of language skills....

Bossaball: An Extreme, High-Flying New Sport

Volleyball meets gymnastics. Throw in a little soccer and capoeira, and what do you get? You get a game played on a big air mattress with trampolines and a net. You get high-flying action, acrobatic shots, spiking, diving and kicking. You get bossaball.

Carry Your Goal In A Duffel With Goalrilla's Gamemaker

Training for sports is tough. Even tougher is training for a sport when the equipment is hard to come by--equipment like soccer goals. Not all soccer players have an eight foot tall goal in their backpack, but they could. That's right, they could have a soccer goal in their backpack with the Goalrilla Gamemaker.

Bad Backs Need Stretching AND Exercise: The Medi-Dyne Corestretch Core Exerciser Does Both

Most adults have bad backs. We sit too much, stand in one position too much, or suffer from repetitive motion injuries to our backs.  The common exercise wisdom is that to strengthen our backs, we need to strengthen our abdominal muscles, but actually we have to do both - and that means we have to exercise both.  Until now, I had not found something suitable for back exercise, even in the gym, but the Medi-Dyne CoreStretch Core Body Exerciser works and works well.

 

Track Your Food Intake The Old Fashioned Way With The PicoPad

Are you trying to lose weight, but aren't really into all of the fitness and food tracking apps. Maybe you are old fashioned, an old soul, an old dog not wanting to learn new tricks or you just prefer the feel of a pen against paper as opposed to a keyboard or touchscreen. If any one of these are the case, you would certainly benefit from the PicoPad in your weight loss endeavor.

Onewheel Is A Self-Balancing, Electric Skateboard With Only One Wheel

Onewheel. The name says it all...or at least most of it. Of course, it says "one wheel," but it doesn't say "electric skateboard," nor does it say "self-balancing." But the Onewheel is all of those things--an electric, self-balancing skateboard with only one wheel.

X9 Follow: Golf Trolley That Follows You

Who wants to carry their own golf clubs around the course? That's what caddies and golf carts are for right? Well, now there's a third option. The X9 Follow is the first golf trolley that will follow you around the course. It's like having a R2D2 as a caddy.

Carry The Adhoc Canoe In A Backpack

Imagine hauling your canoe out of the water after a few hours on the river, stretching your legs on the bank, and then walking back to your canoe, folding it up, storing it in your backpack and going on your way. How convenient would that be? Well imagine no more. The Adhoc Folding Canoe is a real thing.

CenterLine Cadillac Is Literally The Cadillac Of Pilates Equipment

No, this piece of equipment is not a torture device. It is also not a hospital bed or any other piece of medical equipment, and it is certainly not meant for things of an "animal" nature (get your mind out of the gutter). This piece of equipment is the CenterLine Cadillac, and it is used for Pilates.

Vanhawks Valour: A Pedal-Powered High-Tech Connected Bike

The innovative Vanhawks Valour is a high-tech connected bike with a surprisingly low-tech power source: its rider. The stylish two-wheeler is anything but primitive, however. The stealthy carbon fiber frame features built-in Bluetooth 4.0 and a host of safety sensors that interact with a companion app.