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Hey! Yeah, We’re Talkin’ to You!

As you all know, we’ve been in the throes of an intense crowd-funding campaign with Fundable (unless of course you’ve been living under a rock). It’s getting close to the end and we want to see how far we can get this thing to go. If you are a part of the small group that has no idea what I’m talking about or just need a little refresher, we’ve launched a campaign that allows our users to be a part of FIT Radio’s progress. The pledges made by loyal users and adoring FIT Radio fans will go toward improving the app, new and exciting features within the app and expanding the platforms in which FIT Radio can be used like Windows and Blackberry! We are super excited about this custom “swag bag” full of FIT Radio goodies and those sunglasses alone are enough to get any competition fired up. We want to see how many people you can reach out to about our Fundable campaign. The person with the most combined likes/RTs (across the Social Media board) wins the ultimate “swag bag.” We think you have what it takes, don’t let us down!

Here’s what your post needs to contain:

- A brief description of what we’re doing (describe the Fundable Campaign and talk about how much you love FIT!)

- The link to our Fundable page: www.fundable.com/fitradio (the www can be omitted if you run out of characters)

- And make sure you tag us so we can count your likes/RTs! @Fitradio (Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram)

Pretty freakin’ simple right? You’re going to look so good walking through the gym with that custom gym bag. So get to work! We look forward to seeing who comes out on top as our #1 Supporter!

Amp Your Gaming!?

Hey everyone! Let’s talk about using FIT Radio for purposes other than working out. There are the obvious ones like listening to music while you clean, plugging it into your car stereo while you drive, or listening to it at your desk with headphones while working. If your boss says anything, you can throw back something that one of my bosses told me years ago, listening to techno/house music while working keeps you focused and working faster. I don’t know the source, but I’ve tried it and I know it’s true.

One of my new favorite uses for FIT Radio is playing games. Most games have some sort of soundtrack that, in my opinion, is¬†repetitive,¬†horrible, and get’s turned off immediately. When was the last time you left the music on in Angry Birds? Try breaking down buildings to some Heavy DubStep or make a record breaking Temple Run to some EDM. You reach that point where the music matches the game and you enter that zen state where you can do no wrong. It’ll change your gaming world!

Next time you have a couple of free minutes, Give it a Try! Let us Know on Facebook, Twitter, or in the Comments what games you like to play with FIT Radio providing the soundtrack.