Smart kettlebells at CES 2019 count your reps as you go
Adding on to all of the smart fitness stuff we've seen here at CES 2019, this is Jax Jox.
That's J-A-X J-O-X.
All right, so this thing is pretty cool, honestly.
it has a couple of cool smart Features first, it has a built-in [UNKNOWN] and it connects through Bluetooth to an app.
So basically it counts your [UNKNOWN] How quickly you're doing it and it gives you a report of how well you have gone with your workouts.
It also supposed to adapt over time, it gives you directions about how you can improve your workout.
Also, you can adjust the weight, you don't have to buy a million different kettle bells with a million And different weights.
This ranges from 12 to 42 pounds and it goes up in 6 pound increments.
So you just push this button and it actually starts at 12, you push it again it goes up to 18, and so on and so on.
So it actually just releases the cylinders of those extra weights.
So you could.
You can see them here.
They just leave the weight there, and then you can just lift 18 lbs.
if you don't want to do the full 42, and I don't.
So this is just another one of those cool things you've seen here at CES 2019, the JAXJO's smart kettle bell.
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