After the Holidays are over, gyms across the country (and around the world) will be packed to the brim, literally. As everyone wants to get in shape to start the new year. Many people start off going to the gym for about a month or so and then they stop going. Don't be one of those, and there's an easy way to make sure you aren't one of those people. Pick up a pair of wireless headphones. These will help you stay in the gym longer and burn more calories. Why? Because you won't be bored, especially if you're on the treadmill, elliptical or the stair master. And Bose has a great pair of wireless headphones that were made for the gym.
The Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones are not the cheapest pair of wireless headphones on the market, but they are seen as some of the best. They offer about 6 hours of battery life, which is pretty mediocre right now, but that's not why you'd want to buy these headphones. It's because of the sound quality they offer. The Bose SoundSport Wireless sport their own active EQ. So you'll be able to experience high-quality audio, and it'll be balanced at any volume. Meaning that if you are listening to one song that's loud then the next one is much quieter, it will balance out the volume for you. Bose has also added something here that most other headphones don't have, and that's NFC. Allowing you to tap the headphones on your smartphone and they can pair instantly. Finally, these headphones have Stay Hear+ tips, which keep them in your ear while working out and also are very comfortable.
Last but not least, the Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones are sweat and weather resistant. So no matter how much you are sweating on the elliptical, you can continue exercising without worrying about damaging your headphones. Now, these headphones come in two models. There's the plain old SoundSport Wireless Headphones, then there's the SoundSport Pulse for $50 more. It features a heart rate monitor, so you can keep on top of how your heart rate is doing while you're working out and such. It's pretty cool, but as we've learned from most fitness trackers, it's likely not going to be all that accurate.