Posts Tagged ‘jaybirdgear’

Product Review: Jaybird Sportsband 2

Monday, March 5th, 2012
Posted by running4themasses on March 2, 2012

Sportsband Bluetooth Headphones

Recently, I reviewed the Plantronic 903+ BackBeat Bluetooth Headphones.  They are one of the nicer Bluetooth headphones on the market.

However; there is one brand that I think stands head and shoulders about the rest when it comes to Bluetooth headphones and headphones designed for working out.  The company is Jaybird.

I highly recommend you check out their website at the link about for their complete product rundown and description of all of their product lines.

For close to a year now, I’ve been using the Jaybird Sportsband 2 (pictured above) and per my previous review of the Plantronics headphones, have mixed the 903+ into the mix.  I had a run last night, and decided I wanted to use the Jaybird headphones, and I am glad I did.  I forgot how much I love these headphones. (more…)

JayBird Continues to Support USA Triathlon Through Silver-Level Partnership

Friday, February 24th, 2012


JayBird at the CES 2012

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

The JF3 changes the mind of ThatSnazzyiPhoneGuy about Bluetooth Wireless Headphones

Monday, September 12th, 2011

Apple’s Plan for a World Without Wires

Monday, September 5th, 2011

Apple is reportedly working on a way to sync iPods with iTunes wirelessly. It’s just another step in Apple’s steady march toward making wires and cords a thing of the past.

Steve Jobs is apparently pushing hard to make the next generation iPods capable of this type of wireless sync, according to Cult of Mac‘s sources. iPods with wireless sync would make the USB cable obsolete. Instead of importing music, movies and apps through Apple’s iconic 30-pin connector, it would automatically sync whenever a user was connected to his or her Wi-Fi network.


Fat Cells How They Work

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Did you ever wonder why some people have more fat cells than others? As much as we wish we didn’t have them, they are essential to our lives. Fat cells are designed to expand and shrink depending on diet and exercise. By reducing the amount of fat your body stores is what causes our fat cells to shrink and this is what we call “losing weight.”

A while ago I lectured on fat cells and how they work. Many people loved the information, so I thought I would share here. Statistics show that an incredible 65.2 percent of the U.S. population is considered to be “overweight” or “obese.” According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Here is an interesting statistic from the CDC.


Unbox Therapy unboxing the Jaybirdgear Freedom

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

Jaybird Freedom YouTube clip gets 14k hits in just 2 weeks

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Sportsband review from Geekanoids UK

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

Stretching Tips

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

I recently attended three stretching seminars, all taught by experienced health and fitness educators, on three consecutive weekends. One seminar focused on stretching muscles that are tight, one focused on activation for muscles that are weak, and the third dealt with how both approaches can be effective. There are many different ways to effectively stretch, so to make sense of all that information, it might be helpful to start by saying this: not everyone responds the same way to stretching, and not every body needs every stretch.