Behold, a phone case that basically makes the gains for you.

Ok, maybe not exactly. But, the Selfie-Z Magnetic Smart Phone Case has shown up all over social media and people everywhere are transforming the way they approach lifting, learning new techniques, and bettering their form. This case has strategically placed magnets on the back so you can just stick it a machine, press record, and lift. Even though it might seem like an unnecessary purchase, it will help your workout immensely. Here’s why: 

 

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Check Your Form 

Stick your phone to any piece of gym equipment using the magnets on the back, record your workout and boom, it’s like the paparazzi is just ready to watch you slay your lift. This will help you check your form when you do not have anyone around to check it for you, and it is certainly easier than balancing your phone on top of a foam roller or blender bottle. Seriously, this is a huge help. 

Use the Timer

If you’re doing a HIIT or Tabata workout, just pull up the timer on your phone and get to work. Instead of having to constantly check the clock and waste time, which, in turn, slows your heart rate, you will have your phone right in front of you. And, while you’re casually dying and gasping for air, you’ll be able to watch the seconds pass by until you are finally done with your jumping lunges. #winning 

Take Better Gym Selfies 

Let’s just be honest – whether we admit it or not, we all love to take a good gym selfie. Even if it’s not for social media, it’s nice to have photos to see how far you’ve come. This phone case makes taking the perfect selfie super easy, and best of all, there won’t be any more awkward angles. 

While a bit on the pricier side ($39.99), this phone case has the power to transform your workouts. Try it out for yourself — test your limits, track your progress, and take selfies while you’re at it, but also don’t forget to have fun while staying fit! 

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About The Author

Becca Paul is a Freshman at The George Washington University in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. She has a passion for fitness and for helping others. She is currently studying to become an ACE certified personal trainer.

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