With four key sports at launch – running, trekking, workouts and yoga – Get Sweat Go blends reviewing and recommending essential fitness gear, expert guides, inspirational races, ideas and travel opportunities for doing what you love.The site joins Wareable and The Ambient in the Wareable Media Group, and brings a whole new bunch of experts.
Pulling together some of the biggest names in running and fitness media, the site aims to inspire fitness fans to go and do something new tomorrow, and to take their fitness journey into new places.
Get Sweat Go consists of the following sections:
Get – review and round ups of the gear you need. From the best running shoes, top trail running shoes to choosing socks, sunscreen and home weights – our experts take the hassle out of choosing quality gear that won’t let you down.
Sweat – our guides to doing what you love. Discover inspirational people, learn their secrets and apply their learnings to your next training session.
The State of VR in the Early 2000s. After so many capable devices on the market and so many let downs that didn’t truly capture the audience they deserved, virtual reality didn’t see much development in the early 2000s. Virtual Reality was at the background in the development of new technology. It took a step back, letting personal devices, such as computers, laptops, iPods, smartphones and tablets take over, which may very well have been the right step. With the development of new technologies, a new door was opened for virtual reality, because now head-tracking and capable displays were cheaper than ever before. However, it wasn’t before one start-up company mentioned the idea, that Virtual Reality truly took off on the consumer’s market.
Go – get outside your comfort zone. Find new routes, amazing races, add new experiences to your bucket list and find travel packages for fitness and wellness.