Let’s say you’ve just gotten back on your feet after a long illness. You’re young, you’re involved in various hobbies and interests, you’ve got a decent job—and now you have your health back! Things are going great! Except that your doctor says if you want to stay healthy, you’ve got to exercise. You’ve got to meet individual fitness goals, and you’ve got to meet them every day.
And that’s not so great because you’re not exactly a fitness nut. None of your hobbies involve physical exercise, and none of your friends are all that active either; mostly, you all just play computer games together or watch movies. So, how are you going to get into this whole exercise thing? How are you going to get and stay motivated?
You could use one of the fitness tracker wrist things. You like the idea of getting little reminders about your goals every day, but you can’t see yourself using one. You’re irritated by anything on your wrist. You’ve never worn a watch. Why can’t your fitness tracker just be part of your phone?
Turns out, it can!
The SLife app has all the functionality of a fitness tracker wristband, plus some great extra features, and you don’t have to wear anything new. There’s no new little gizmo to charge and sync up and worry about losing, only your smartphone, which you already carry around everywhere, anyway.
SLife calculates a daily fitness goal for you using the necessary information you provide—age, height, weight, sex, and the type of work you do. Then, using a combination of pedometer function and your phone’s GPS, it records how many steps you walk and run and how far you go, by foot or by bike, and calculates how many calories you burn every day. The app can show you your day as a storyline, as a route on a map, or as part of a weekly fitness chart. And it makes it easy for you to share your accomplishments with your friends via email, text (SMS), or posts to social networks like Twitter, Facebook, Weibo, WeChat, and more.
Basically, with SLife, you can see how active you are, and you can share your progress with friends. It’s like having your personal trainer and exercise buddies to hold you accountable and to help you celebrate your progress. How’s that for a fun way to stay healthy?
Most people need some extra motivation to stick with a new fitness routine, and one of the best ways to get yourself going is to involve your friends. Use peer pressure to your advantage. An objective way to track your progress is important, too, especially if it’s simple and fits smoothly into your life (nothing extra to remember). SLife provides all of the above.
No matter what your situation is in life, whether you’re young or not so young, healthy or health-challenged, SLife provides the motivation tools you need to get yourself on the right track.