Google Acquires Fitbit: What it actually means to wearables and the industry – Running Fitness Article

Google has just announced the acquisition of Fitbit for a cool $2.1 billion (USD).  The move will undoubtedly drive change in the industry, though, not as much as one might think – at least initially. Don’t worry, I’ll explain in a moment. Like any acquisition, it needs to actually be approved by regulators, but that’s largely just a formality for this particular instance. Google & Fitbit expect that to occur in 2020, which is when the real work can begin.…

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‘Training Low[Carb]’ Requires 0.12g/kg Extra-Protein | Fitbit Fitness Data Decently Reliable | Plus: Salt vs. Passin’ Out – Workout Fitness Article

‘Training Low[Carb]’ Requires 0.12g/kg Extra-Protein | Fitbit Fitness Data Decently Reliable | Plus: Salt vs. Passin’ Out Mixed news about nutrition, exercise, and supplementation. In the absence of game-changing nutrition, exercise, and supplementation science I decided to post one of the recently rare installments of the good old “on short notice” column at the SuppVersity.This installment of the “short news” features two plus one papers from the latest issue of “Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise” and their, as of…

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