I know how much you guys love my hot sports babes so today’s post is about Choi Seol Hwa, the sexiest ever baseball pitcher. Ok, Ok, she doesn’t play baseball, but she did pitch the ball at one of the games. She was such a knockout that fans flooded the internet with images of this beautiful Korean hot sports babe.
Choi Seol Hwa happens to be Korean, and in Korea, the family name comes first, so Choi is her surname thereby making Seol Hwa her Christian name. If pitching the first ball in a baseball isn’t enough to include her in the Hot Sports Babe Hall Of Fame then the fact that she won the 2016 Miss Muscle Mania Bikini title is. I’m sure the fact that she was a ballerina for some ten years has helped to sculpt here lithe, supple/flexible body.
You don’t have to take my word for it though, here are just a few images to show just how beautiful this hot sports babe is.
Today’s Fitbit Ionic fitness watch review is my third Fitbit fitness watch review. The first one was the Fitbit Charge HR review. The second was my Fitbit Charge 2 review. Finally, I’m in the process of writing this Fitbit Ionic watch review. I truly believe that with the Fitbit Ionic Fitbit has finally launched itself into the smartwatch market. While I’ve published a Fitbit Ionic Review video, there are so many things that I didn’t include in that Fitbit Ionic Fitness watch review video because I wanted to keep the video short.
Fitbit Ionic Fitness Watch Review
Fitbit Ionic Pros
Battery Life: The Ionic can last up to 5 days before it needs recharging. This is pretty damn good for a smartwatch. Sure, as far as smartwatches go it can’t compete with the Apple series 4 watch but then the Apple smartwatch battery only lasts up to 18 hours!
List item 2: Built-in GPS means that the Ionic can keep track of your exercise and updates it to your smartphone once it’s within reach.
Fitbit Pay: Once I entered my Visa Card details it flawlessly enabled me to pay for stuff even when I left my wallet at home.
The ability to store music: I stored about 30 songs, I think it can handle 300, and listened to them through my Sony cordless headphones via Bluetooth. It connected flawlessly.
A myriad of watch faces, so many that I can change them whenever the mood suits me. One must not forget that the changes can be made via your smartwatch.
Access to several apps like a weather app. Hopefully, they will introduce more as time goes on.
Water resistant to 50 meters.
Watch face viewable even in sunlight. This was problematic with my previous Fitbits.
Notifies you of incoming calls and messages even while you sleep. I turned the sleep notifications off as I don’t want to be disturbed when I’m sleeping. 😆
I’ve only had the Ionic a few days, and I’m sure I’ll find more pros as time goes on. As for the Con’s, the only thing I can fault it for is the cheap looking band. I know some of you may say that not being able to respond to incoming calls is a drawback but that’s a small one as far as I’m concerned.
Firstly I want to apologise for the delay of this post as the Grand Final was done and dusted weeks ago. In my defence, I was at the airport on Grand Finals day on my way to Bali with the family. I watched the Grand Final at Adelaide Airport’s Coopers Ale House.
Everyone now knows West Coast won the Cup snatching victory from Collingwood with a 5 point win. See the full match report here.
You may even remember in my last post that though my gut was telling me that Collingwood would win I put my money on West Coast. Luckily for me I won that bet and Ladbrokes more than doubled my wager.
Now that the AFL season is over for the year I’m going to have to find something to amuse myself until next years ALF season starts.