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Memorial Day Kicks off the Summer Season

Memorial Day is almost upon us and that means “Summer” season is kicking off. Summer time means vacation time! But don’t let going on vacation put a stop to your physical conditioning routines. Where ever your travels take you, from the beaches on either coast, to exploring our countries national parks and monuments you can always fit your daily exercise routines into your daily vacation planner.

omron-hj-203-pedometer-with-activity-tracker-23No matter where you go on vacation you can count on walking being a big part of it. Make sure you pack your Omron HJ-203 Pocket Pedometer with Activity Tracker with you so that you can measure not only how many steps you have walked, while you are taking in the sights but also how many calories you have burned doing it. This way you can feel better about yourself when you have that hot dog while you take in the sites. One hot dog is equal to about 150 calories, which would take about 30 minutes of walking at a pace of 3-4 mi. per hour to burn off.

Enjoying the night life while on vacation can actually aid you in keeping yourself in great physical shape. When your visiting those “Must See” points of interest on your vacationing itinerary, or visiting the areas beach front night spots, let yourself get caught up in the moment and hit the dance floor and show off your favorite moves.

fitbit-charge-activity-wristband-with-heart-rate-3.gifThis is a great way to get your body moving while you’re having fun burning off those extra calories you just consumed by having your favorite cocktail. 30 minutes of active dancing will take care of that one drink. You can find out how much you’ve burned up by glancing at your Fitbit Charge Activity monitor. This way you won’t need to dance the night away,,, that is, unless you want to.

So enjoy this Memorial Day Holiday weekend and get yourself geared up for this year’s Sumer Vacation Season!

Capture The Moment With GoPro

Capture The Moment With GoProHave you ever had one of those moments where you thought to yourself, ‘Man, I really wish I had my camera with me?’ If you answered yes, like many of us have, then a GoPro is right for you. GoPro action cameras are light, versatile, and even waterproof (depending on the model). The GoPro camera can go virtually anywhere with you, making it easy to capture those ‘Wow!’ moments. What do I mean by you can take GoPro virtually anywhere? I mean, you can take GoPro any and everywhere cameras are permitted.

If you live in the inner city then you know the amount of action you can see is priceless. I remember as a child, growing up, I would see some of the best talent around, just by going outside. Riding the bus, you’d hear some of the most beautiful voices known to man, in the back, singing. Going to the park was always an adventure as well. I’d see some of the best sports players (non-professional) playing right there on the city courts, then there were the wild police chases. Every day was an adventure, and there was never a shortage of action. I can only imagine the footage I could catch today with my GoPro Hero 3+ Silver Edition HD Action Camera With 32GB Hi Def Memory Card. Perhaps I could have discovered the next R&B/Pop sensation. Perhaps I still Can!

How about a weekend getaway to the beach? I’m in! You never know what’s going to happen when you hit the Jersey Shore. This is the exact reason you must take the GoPro Hero3 White Action High Definition Camera! Mary Lee, the Great White Shark, recently traveled past the Jersey Shore, showing up approximately 700 meters off the Coast of Toms River on Sunday before heading past Asbury Park further offshore. Just imagine how cool it would be to capture a quick video on your GoPro Hero3 White Action High Definition Camera, sharing this amazing experience with all of your friends. Don’t worry. Your GoPro would have been fine, as it’s waterproof to 131’ (40m).

I’ll admit it. I’m not a surfer. However, sometimes I wish I could master the sport. Aside from the physical benefits, it just has to be cool to really be able to ride the waves. It’ll be 10 times cooler if the entire experience was captured on film. With the GoPro Hero4 Black Edition HD Action Camera Surf Bundle you can do just that. Ride the waves while wearing a mounted GoPro to capture the most amazing moments. With basic features like: 4K30, 2.7K50 and 1080p120 video; 12MP photos up to 30 frames per second; Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and Protune™ for photos and video; and Waterproof to 131’ (40m) you really can’t go wrong!

Skydiving has always been something that I wanted to do. Believe it or not! But the GoPro Hero High Definition Action Camera makes me want to do it that much more. Sometimes I am a big kid at heart. When I get something new, I just don’t want to stop using it. When I first purchased my GoPro Hero High Definition Action Camera, it was to record my nephews birthday party. After the party, it kind of became my own entertainment tool. I’d take footage of everything and then, when one friend said, “I wonder how I’d look jumping out of a plane!” It was then that the idea was birthed. Now if only GoPro offered courage as another one of their features!

Family bbq’s are usually pretty exciting… And if your family is anything like mine, prepare to be entertained. These are the moments when the precious memories are usually created. You get everything from relay races, to red light green light, a few people playing football and basketball, kickball, and even singers… Or so they think (perhaps adult beverages helped). It is in these moments that you bring out your GoPro Hero4 Silver Edition HD Action Camera with 32GB Ultra Memory Card and capture those memories. Be sure to have the 32GB memory card inserted, you want to make sure you don’t miss anything.

You never really know when life is going to throw a GoPro opportunity your way. Don’t miss out on the chance to record that special moment in time. Be sure to check to see what is included with your GoPro, as some accessories are sold separately. Click here to view all GoPro items and accessories. And get out there and see exciting things that life has to offer. Take your GoPro and Capture Life!

9 Tips to Quickly Build Muscle

9 Tips to Quickly Build MuscleIt’s shirtless season, and everyone is scrambling to try and get into the best physical shape they can before they put on that bathing suite. The beaches will be packed with wash board abs and six packs, and you don’t want to be left out. You’re doing everything you can to build muscle, but you’re just not seeing it happen. Perhaps you’re impatient and want those results overnight. However, I’m more willing to bet that you’re doing something wrong. Here are 9 Tips to Quickly Build Muscle:

Reduce Cardio
If muscle is what you’re looking to build, cutting back on the cardio is one of the first steps you should take. Rather than running every day, try two days of light jogging for approximately 30 minutes per session. Strap on your Garmin Forerunner 210 (Black) Club Bundle with Foot Pod and Premium Heart Rate for your next run and track your results.

Less is More
To gain muscle, you do not have to lift iron all day, every day. In fact, most trainers would advise you against doing so. The next time you go to work out, try doing no more than 20 sets per muscle group, with each rep being between 6 and 12. To make up for the reduced time, try adding heavier weights. Be sure to keep your workout under one hour, as you don’t want to over-work yourself.

Don’t Expect Miracles from Supplements
I am not on a mission to bash supplement use. I’ve used them myself. However, one shouldn’t think that taking supplements alone is going to give them the muscles they want. A supplement should not be looked at as being anything more than a supplement. Exercise and a proper diet will also be required to reach your desired weight. If you are going to include supplements in your workout, try to stick with protein products.

Know the Daily Calorie Intake Needed
The amount of the calorie intake you need, is usually determined by factors such as age, gender, weight, and how active you are. One easy way to determine how many calories you need each day is to take your current weight and multiply it by 20. If you’re a female who weights 120 pounds, multiplied by 20, you should be eating 2,400 calories each day.

Lift Progressively
As your muscles get used to the heavy load, you may need to shock it by constantly changing the weight you lift. If you used 100 pounds on your bench press during your first week of training, try to add 10 pounds for the second week. Add another 10 pounds on the following week and so on. The same goes for other body parts.

Go Multi-Joint
Going multi-joint is another great way to gain muscle. Moves like biceps curls are great routines, but they’re not going to quickly build muscle. Replace single joint movements with other options like bench-pressing, dead-lifts, and even squats. These routines work more muscle groups in less time, while also allowing you to lift a heavier weight.

Rest
You’d be surprised at how many people underestimate the power of rest. Working your muscles too hard, without allowing them a chance to rest can cause the muscle fibers to become damaged beyond repair, prohibiting growth. To quickly gain muscle, try working a specific muscle group until it is exhausted. Then, allow these muscles to rest until there is no sign of pain or stiffness before working these muscles again.

Recover
Proper recovery also plays a vital role in muscle building. Proper recovery allows your body to be in a state where it manufactures some of its best growth. Ice baths or cold showers are great tools used for recovery. Compression Apparel, Thermophore Moist Heating Pads, Ice It! products, and sleep are also great recovery aides.

Protein
Protein is by far the most important macro-nutrient needed for muscle building. Because everyone’s nutritional needs are unique, you should consume one gram of protein per pound of body weight. This provides the body with the nutrients is needs to repair and produce new muscle tissue.

When performing any of the routines mentioned, be sure to not overdue it. As always, with any new routine, it would be wise to check with your physician and get a physical. Now get out there and show us your gains! Happy Fitness!

5 Calorie Burning Exercises that You Can Do At or Close to Home

5 Calorie Burning Exercises that You Can Do At or Close to HomeBurn calories! They say. How? You say! Giving directions without proper instructions is always a recipe for disaster. It’s very often that I hear people say, ‘Just burn calories.’ However, there are never instructions provided. If I were new to fitness, this would leave me scratching my head. The first thing I would think is, ‘What exercises burn calories?’ The simple answer to your question is most exercises are calorie burners. This list will point to 5 Calorie Burning Exercises that You Can Do At or Close to Home:

Cycling
Cycling is one of the best ways to burn calories. It doesn’t have to be your favorite exercise, but knowing that a person can burn up to 1000 calories per hour by simply cycling definitely makes it sound benificial. This means that a 160 pound woman, cycling at maximum intensity, can lose up to 850 calories. This would be about 950 calories for men. Grab your Garmin Forerunner 910XT Multisport GPS Training Watch and hit the road. Don’t own a bike? Give the Pedlar Pro 316 Exerciser a try!

Swimming
Taking a dip in the swimming pool is not only fun, but an excellent calorie burner. Men can enjoy burning up to 840 calories per hour, while women can burn up to 720 calories. Grab you Garmin Swim Watch and track your distance, pace, stroke count and more.

Running
Running is one of those exercises that you expected to make this list and we will not disappoint you. Running can burn more calories in the amount of time spent than any other form of exercise, while simultaneously reducing stress and depression, so consider this a win, win for you. A female weighing approximately 130 pounds can burn up to 600 calories running. Even a light jog can burn up to 550 calories. Grab your Polar M400 GPS Powered Fitness Watch and see how much you can burn.

Jump Rope
The art of jumping rope can be seen as a game, sport, and even a talent. It’s also happens to be a great exercise that burns quite a few calories. Get the kids together and make it a game. Challenge each other to see who can jump rope the longest. Be sure to include both mom and dad in the fun, as this exercise would be beneficial to both parties. One hour of jumping rope can help men burn up to 850 calories, while women can enjoy demolishing 750 calories. Jumping rope, a kids activity….  not anymore!

Stair Climbing
There is a reason why you see athletes running up and down the stairs in stadiums. This is a calories killer. Climbing / running the steps not only works your lower body and glutes, but it also makes your upper body strain as well.  Grab your Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity Monitor and see how many calories you burn!

Now that you’ve been armed with some helpful calorie burning routines, get out there and burn, burn, burn!

6 Low Impact Exercises That You Can Do In or Around The House

6 Low Impact Exercises That You Can Do In or Around The HouseAs the warmer season makes its presence known, the fitness junkies are beginning to take their workouts outdoors. I am seeing them everywhere from the park, to jogging down the street, and even biking to work. Sadly, there are still plenty of people who take no steps towards physical fitness or health. Maybe they’re just not interested. However, more often than not, the reasons or excuses I hear is limited time, I have children, or something similar in nature. In this blog, I will provide you with :

Take a Walk
Walking is an ideal exercise, that doesn’t cost you anything. On top of that, walking can be done any time of day, and virtually anywhere. With the warmer weather coming in, start taking an extra stroll around the block. If you live in an area that isn’t warm enough for you as of yet, try going to the mall. This gives you a reason to walk and shop. Don’t forget to grab your Pedusa PE-771 Tri-Axis Multi-Function Pocket Pedometer and Clip to track your steps.

Spruce Up the Yard
You’d be surprised at how much of a workout you can get by getting your yard ready. Raking and mowing the lawn requires you to walk, while tasks like removing the trash bags of accumulated debris from the winter can require heavy lifting. You think the benefits are over? Think again. Try planting new flowers. Each time you have to dig a new hole take advantage of the opportunity to squat and or stretch, this can be a great workout for those leg and arm muscles. Now your yard is beautiful and you just had a day full of burning calories.

Take a Hike
Hiking is a great way to include family and friends into your workout. Pick a weekend and get as many relatives together as possible and hit the trail. If you’re not too familiar with hiking, it would be wise to pick a trail that isn’t too difficult. Grab a Garmin Fenix 2 GPS Watch to help you navigate, along with a Geigerrig Rig 710 Pressurized Hydration Pack to make sure you stay properly hydrated.

Swimming
Swimming is one of the best exercises there is that will tone your entire body, while using almost every muscle in the body. Because water makes you feel weightless, you can easily breeze through exercises like squats and crunches. While exercising in the water seems easier, the overall results will surely be felt.

Try Yoga
Yoga offers both physical and psychological benefits. Grab your Aurorae Synergy Yoga Mat/Towel for Hot Yoga and set the mood with your favorite scented candle, while practicing your yoga poses.

Cycling
Riding a bicycle is an excellent way to lose or control weight. Cycling raises your metabolic rate, builds muscle and burns body fat at the same time. If weight loss is the goal, then you should partner your workout with a healthy diet. Now would be a great time to grab your Polar RC3 Integrated GPS Bike with Heart Rate and hit the road.

Physical health is not only achieved in the gym, but can be achieved anywhere. You simply have to make up your mind that you are going to start being healthy, and be willing to take small steps to reach your goals. Get out there and have fun with fitness!

6 Ways Golf is Good For You

6 Ways Golf is Good For YouThe air is fresh and the sun is shining. The grass is getting green and the flowers are beginning to bloom. My favorite part is that the Outdoor Sports are making a comeback. Football with the guys in the yard, baseball season, and a good 3 on 3 basketball game sounds great. Then there’s good old golf. There are many people who think golf is not a physical sport, but the physical health benefits are huge. Let’s look at 6 Ways Golf is Good For You:

 

Walking Power
Golf is a great way to get your walking exercises. Studies have shown that an 18-hole round approximately burns up 2,000 calories for walking while carrying clubs or 1,300 calories when riding in a cart. A walked 18-hole round, carrying a bag or using a hand/pull cart, is approximately equal to a 5-mile walk. Grab an Impact Sports Epulse 2 Strapless Heart Rate Monitor (Continuous Readings) with Pedometer Function and see how many steps you can take while on the course.

Burn Calories
Studies have shown that an individual who weighs approximately 150-200 pounds, will burn between 2,000 to 2,700 calories by walking an 18-hole golf course. It takes 3,500 burned calories to lose one pound.

Fights Against Heart Disease
Studies show that the strong health benefits found in walking can also protect golfers against heart disease. Any form of walking is good for you, even if that means you’re just chasing after golf balls all day.

Stress Relief
Stress can be a pain in the neck for all of us. Of course, a Thermophore Heating Pad or Ice It product can help with that. You can also use golf as a stress reliever. Being in an outdoor area where you can mesh well with others who share your interests is a great way to forget your troubles. Many golfers choose golf courses that allow them consistent access to their favorite types of holes and other benefits to keep them happy.

Stimulates Blood Circulation
Studies suggest that playing golf may actually stimulate blood circulation with your brain. This helps to improve nerve cell connections, and may actually delay dementia onset.

Bone Health
Weight bearing exercises are great for your bones.  Individuals who do them two to three times a week can create long, lean muscle mass. Exercise of this type can help prevent bone degeneration, including osteoporosis. Carrying your golf clubs is a great way to include weight bearing into your golf game. Try using a double strapped bag to make it easier on yourself.

Now that you’ve been armed with details on how golfing is good for you, it’s time to grab a few buddies and your Garmin Approach S6 Golf Watch and hit the golf course!

Keep and Reach Your Spring Fitness Goals

Keep and Reach Your Spring Fitness GoalsSpring is in the air, and fitness is one of the main things on everyone’s mind. We get to shed our winter coats and welcome in t-shirts, tank tops, and even more, the shorts (depending on the region you live in). Most of us have one thing in mind, and that’s to be in great physical shape for the summer. There’s plenty of guys who are anticipating going shirtless at the beach, many women are looking to flaunt washboard like abs in their two piece bikinis. Unfortunately, there is a good number of people who will not even come close to their fitness goals. This doesn’t occur because the individual is lazy, but rather they have set unrealistic expectations. Here are a few ways to .

Set Reachable Goals
Setting a reachable goal is the first step. Be realistic when setting your goals. Telling yourself that you want to lose 30 pounds in one week is highly unlikely. If you’re workout isn’t geared towards weight loss, you still want to be reasonable with your expectations. Remember the quote, “It takes 4 weeks for you to notice your body changing, 8 weeks for your friends to notice, and 12 weeks for the rest of the world to notice. Give it 12 weeks. Don’t QUIT!”

Do it For Yourself
Quite often I hear people attempting a physical fitness regimen in an attempt to attract the opposite sex. The thing with this is its pretty easy to lose this kind of motivation. After all, the very guy or girl that you’re interested in may not have the same interest in you. If he or she was your motivation, you’d now need something new to get you motivated. However, if you were attempting to reach a healthy fitness level for yourself, others would not have an impact on your routines.

Use Pictures
Using pictures is an excellent way to stay motivated. Sometimes seeing our progress gives us an extra push. Start off taking a before picture on Day 1. 4-6 weeks later, take another picture to compare. Every few weeks snap another. This would be a great opportunity to break out your GoPro Hero4 Silver Edition HD Action Camera with 32GB Ultra Memory Card.

Use a Heart Rate Monitor
Using a heart rate monitor is a great tool when practicing new fitness routines. Many of these monitors’ counts steps, calories burned, cadence and more. This allows you to gauge your workouts and see where you can use additional training and also determine which routines are adequate. I would recommend going with the Garmin Forerunner 310XT GPS Personal Trainer with Heart Rate Premium Strap.

Now that you have a few tools to reach your Spring Fitness Goals, go out there and get started. Remember, there are plenty more ways of staying motivated, such as working out in a group setting. If you realize that something not listed is working for you, stick to it. After all, you know what will keep you going. Happy Spring Fitness!

Don’t Let Spring Fever Turn Into Spring Injuries

Spring injuriesSpring has sprung, and many people are working hard to obtain that desired beach body look. There are those who are experienced in the fitness world, who will be coming out of hibernation, and there will be the beginners who want to have that sculpted look but aren’t sure how to obtain it. Unfortunately, when we see an uptick in fitness we also see an increase in fitness related injuries. There are many preventative measures that can be taken to decrease injuries associated with exercise. . Here are a few things you can do to decrease you risk of fractures, swelling, pulls, and sprains.

Have a Routine Physical / Fitness Test
Always consult your physician before beginning a new exercise routine. New physical activities have the ability to cause stress on your body, as it is doing movements that the body isn’t accustomed to. You may have certain medical conditions that restricts certain exercises. Visiting your doctor is beneficial because he/she should be able to discuss your limits.

Visit a Personal Trainer
Using a personal trainer can be highly beneficial to your workout. After all, they’re professionals in their field, and can help you determine your limits by pointing out strengths and weaknesses. If a trainer is out of your budget, using a Garmin Forerunner 310XT GPS Personal Trainer with Heart Rate Premium Strap during your workout can be a big help.

Warm Up Before Exercise
Warming up is one of the best ways to prevent fitness injuries. Your warm up should be gradual, slowly work your way up. Walking, jogging, or even regular daily activities are great ways to increase your body’s stamina.

Take Time for Rest and Recovery
It is very important to take rest days and even get more sleep. When you don’t take enough time for rest, your body can become over trained, causing reduced immunity which can make getting the common cold much easier .

Dress Properly
Take extra precautions when the weather is very cold. Remember to wear layers, gloves, a hat, and socks.

Stretch Properly
Proper stretching can also be beneficial to reducing fitness related injuries. When stretching, be sure to constantly breathe. Not doing so can cause your blood pressure to rise. Hold your stretch for 10 to 60 seconds, exhaling while moving into the stretch.

Heating Pad
Placing a heating pad for 5-10 minutes on the muscles helps bring blood to the area to warm them up. Heat will also help loosen muscles and tendons. I recommend going with the Thermophore Moist Heating Pads.

Remember, do not overextend your joints during training exercises. Try waiting 48 hours before you work the same muscle group again. If you’ve already had an unfortunate sports or fitness related injury, visit our Sports Therapy section and find everything you need including Mueller Braces/ Body Support, Omron electroTHERAPY Pain Relief, and Ice Packs/ Cold Therapy.

How Much Walking it Takes to Burn Easter Candy Calories?

How Much Walking it Takes to Burn Easter Candy Calories?Easter Sunday, will be here in a matter of days, and the children are more excited about the April 5th date than ever. Many of them know that this is the holiday where they receive gifts in the form of Easter Baskets. While there are often gifts included, most of the children are interested in the candy that will be provided. Who can really blame them? This is one of the few holidays where candy is given to them without them having to ask. After all, who can really resist jellybeans, or chocolate bunnies, or even Chocolate Easter Eggs and Peeps?

While the candy itself may be irresistible, it comes at a price of the calories that comes with them. The key is “moderation”. Too much of anything isn’t good for you, and the exercise it takes to burn off such calories is often times much more than the candy was worth. Let’s check out How Much Walking it Takes to Burn Easter Candy Calories. This is providing you’re able to clear one mile in 2,000 steps.

25 Small Jellybeans
Jellybeans are not huge, but 25 of the small candies comes to 140 calories. You will need to walk 1.4 miles or 2800 steps to burn the calories off.

5 Peeps
No one can usually eat just one of those little sugary Peeps. However, you shouldn’t eat too many. Just 5 Peeps totals 160 calories. It will take 3200 steps or 1.6 miles of walking to burn these calories.

Large 7 oz. Chocolate Bunny
Chocolate is said to be good for you, but that doesn’t mean that you should over-do it. Just one Large 7 oz. Chocolate Bunny comes to 1050 calories. You will need to walk 10.5 miles or 21000 steps, putting you over your recommended 10,000 steps. This would be a great time to break out your Omron HJ-327T Alvita Wireless Activity Tracker and see how many steps you’re able to get in.

1 Cadbury Caramel Egg
Who can say no to a Cadbury Caramel Egg?  Just remember that only 1 Cadbury Caramel Egg comes to 190 calories. It will take 1.9 miles of walking or 3800 steps to burn just 1 egg.

1 Hard-Boiled Easter Egg
Easter eggs, of course, are synonymous with Easter. The colors are pretty, and eggs are actually good for you. However, you still want to be sure not to have too many. One egg comes with 76 calories. To burn the calories of one Easter Egg, it doesn’t require much walking. You will need to walk 0.76 miles, or 1520 steps.

1 Chocolate-Covered Marshmallow Egg
Just 1 Chocolate-Covered Marshmallow Egg comes to 100 calories. You will need to walk 1 mile or 2000 steps. This would be a great time to get your Garmin Vivosmart Activity Tracker Plus Smart Notifications and make the steps count towards your daily 10,000.

1 Spongebob Squarepants Hollow Egg
We all love Spongebob Squarepants. However, the Spongebob Squarepants Hollow Eggs may not love us back. Just 1 Spongebob Squarepants Hollow Egg has a whopping 300 calories, which will take 6,000 steps or 3 miles of walking to burn. I recommend getting a Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity Monitor and hitting the pavement, if this is your candy of choice.

Having an Easter snack will not kill you. However, too much of any of these candies are unhealthy and unflattering to your figure. Eat in moderation and enjoy. Happy Easter!

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg HuntIt’s 6:00am ET, and Tina is wide awake. She grabbed a healthy breakfast, consisting of oatmeal, an egg, a banana, and a nice refreshing glass of orange juice. She has on her Proviz Women’s High Visibility Running Shorts and Proviz Women’s High Visibility Running Long Sleeve Shirt, and her shoes are tied tight. After all, she’s getting ready to go for a hunt. She received word that HeartRateMonitorsUSA was having an Easter Egg Hunt and the winning egg contained a $200 Gift Certificate. The prize is in her sights, and she’s determined to win.

She’s getting her game plan ready. The hunt will last from Saturday March 28th, and expires March 31st at Midnight ET. This gives her a chance to take her time. She straps on her Garmin Vivoactive Smartwatch so she can keep track of her daily performance, allowing her to see her strengths and weaknesses. She partners that with her GoPro Hero4 Black Edition HD Action Camera with 32GB Ultra Memory Card, so she can watch the play back and see if there was anything missed. She really wants her name to be announced as the winner.

The hunt is on, and Tina starts off slow. She’s taking her time, combing through every page of HeartRateMonitorsUSA.com, looking for all three eggs. You heard that right, there are three eggs. In order for her to claim her $200 prize, she needs to locate at least one. She’s checking the Brands page, and she searched through the Running Shoes section as well. Tina is really in it for the win. She even checked the Shipping page and noticed that there is Free 2 Day Shipping on all orders over $100 and Free Overnight on all orders over $250. This kicked her search into over-drive.

There’s one egg, she found. There’s yet another egg. Where is the third egg? It’s hidden really well, but Tina will not give up. Will she find it? Will you find it? Search the entire HeartRateMonitorsUSA.com website, and locate the hidden egg(s). Once the egg(s) have been located, e-mail the location(s) to rewards@hrmusainc.com. The search will begin on Saturday March 28th, and ends March 31st at Midnight ET. One winner will be announced on April 1, 2015 at 10:00am ET.