Top health and fitness gadgets for 2014

You've paid your gym membership now get help from these devices shown at CES 2014

Health and fitness gadgets and apps are witnessing a boom, with retailers like Wiggle - whose CIO Mark Dermody we spoke to in September 2013 - and Halfords now dedicating exclusive areas to GPS devices and wearable computers.

At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, vendors large and small introduced wearable tech designed to monitor your physical activities and biometrics and report the data to apps, websites and, if you like, your social media followers. Such devices already exist, of course — from Fitbit, Nike, Jawbone and others — but perhaps the wearable tech showcased here will proactively spur you to exercise. From wristbands to headbands to earbuds, there's something for everyone.

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