By 2017, the number of wearable health and fitness devices on the market worldwide will be 169.5 million, according to an estimate by ABI Research, a New York-based market research and intelligence firm. It seems everyone from elite athletes to soccer moms has become obsessed with logging steps, counting calories and analyzing their daily fitness data. Though wearable fitness trackers can be found attached to the bodies of health club members around the world, most club operators have yet to
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