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  • Adidas' All Day is a fitness app for holistic health
  • Adidas' All Day is a fitness app for holistic health
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Adidas' All Day is a fitness app for holistic health

Wearables have become popular among those looking to get fit, but many are now gathering dust, with research finding that they don’t necessarily help people live healthier lives as they don't address other lifestyle choices. Adidas aims to tackle this with All Day, its holistic lifestyle app.

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