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This gadget helps you get more out of your workouts

If you're serious about getting in shape, the Skechers GoWalk Heart Rate Monitor Watch could be the secret to reaching your goals! Are you tired of working your butt off and not seeing results? That may be simply because you're not getting your heart rate to the optimal level. A small change in routine could be all you need and Skechers' watch will help you find your sweet spot by accurately measuring calories burned based on your heart rate.
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