Does the Nike+ kit really encourage you to stay fit?

8 thoughts on “Does the Nike+ kit really encourage you to stay fit?”

  1. Yes the Nike+ sports kit is really wonderful. But if you don’t have enough dough for it you could always just get a pedometer.

    Just be carefu where you do your runs as those ipods tend to attract attention.

    You might want to join the upcoming 2008 Clark Freeport International Marathon at Clark Field Pampanga slated on January 13, 2008 (Sunday). You can choose from 5K, 10K and 42K. More info at http://www.clarkmarathon.com

  2. Is this an official name? How politically incorrect of Nike! I’ll start a campaign to call it the… “gravitationally-challenged Nano”! hehe

    I might just get it when I get back. 🙁 *misses the ipod classic he lost*

  3. This to me equals marketing gimmick. If you want to run, go out and run. If you want music there’s a myriad of ways to do it, it doesn’t have to be an ipod and a tricked out pedometer.

    My own problem with running while listening to music is that my sweat glands are overactive. Any earphones I use will inevitably be covered in sweat after a 1 minute run, which is just gross.

  4. I heard about the Nike+ kit from a friend. She, too, pointed out hearing Lance is motivating. There must be something to it.

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