What Does the Color of Your Fitness Kit Say About You?

If you have the TomTom Spark smart fitness watch, check out the range of color strap for it. And if you have trouble choosing the right combination, TomTom has the the guide to help you based on your personality.

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Colours available in Singapore include:

  • Dark blue/Green
  • Light blue/Green
  • Light grey/Orange
  • Pink/Light blue
  • Bright green
  • Lucite green
  • Scuba blue
  • Syracuse orange

All coloured straps are available at the following locations:

Advance Lap

5 Stadium Walk,
Kallang Leisure Park, #01-54
Singapore 397693

Motion Sports

290 Orchard Road,

Paragon #04-18/19

Singapore 238859

 And here is something that can help you to select your future fitness gear color, even if you don’t own any TomTom products.

WHAT DOES THE COLOUR OF YOUR FITNESS KIT SAY ABOUT YOU?

Colour preference and personality types are linked according to research identified by TomTom

TomTom’s latest range of coloured straps for the Spark GPS Watch is now available in Singapore and to support this release, the company has identified how colours can explain the type of fitness fan you are.

Research2 found by TomTom shows that not only does the colour and fit of fitness clothing influence psychological functioning, but also that we all relate to colours on an emotional level3.

British anthropologist Dr. Russell Hills’ study ‘Seeing Red, Putting Sportswear into Context’ found that athletes in boxing, tae kwon do, and wrestling won more often when wearing red outfits than when wearing blue.

To help identify what your choice of kit colour says about your fitness personality, TomTom has created a colour chart profiling the latest colours available for their music product, the TomTom Spark:

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  1. University of Westminster, An Overview of the Development, Validity and Reliability of the English version 3.0 of the Insights Discovery Evaluator
  2. By Brett Mouron in Contemporary Sports IssuesGeneralSports MarketingSports Studies and Sports Psychology, 2014
  3. Uniform Colour and the Athlete’s Ideal Performance State: An Emotional Connection by Jenna Dover, University of North Carolina 20111
  4. Dr. Russell Hills’ 2005 study ‘Seeing Red, putting Sportswear into Context’

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