Noah’s twelve years old, lives in Sydney near Bondi beach with his parents, two sisters and their cat Sammy. He’s a year six student, loves to be outside and does a lot of sports including tennis, swimming, and basketball.
7:30 am: The ETURBO alarm rings and wakes Noah up. A new day full of school, sports and friends awaits. For a little extra motivation, he decides that he’ll go for 1000 more steps than yesterday.
7:45 am: Noah’s wolfing down the Vegemite sandwich his mum prepared for a great start into the day. In the meantime, Noah goes through the latest ETURBO sports tutorials and saves two basketball moves he wants to practise with his friends during recess.
8:30 am: This is when the fun starts. Noah makes his way to school and immediately begins to collect steps towards his overall goal – will he go further today than yesterday?
9:00 am: The school bell rings and Noah notices that his ETURBO is running low on battery, but that’s no problem. With the simple use USB charge he plugs the ETURBO into his school tablet and charges it within 30 minutes.
9:45 am: Now it’s getting serious. Noah has a math test and notices thanks to the heart rate monitor that his pulse is a little too high. He instantly turns on the mindfulness program to go through a quick breathing session. One minute later he’s ready to take on that challenge.
10:30 am: Recess is Noah’s favourite part of the school day. He shows his friends the basketball tricks from the ELANATION app and turns on the basketball mode. Unfortunately, time flies when you’re having a blast practising your new skills with your mates.
12:30 pm: Time to refuel. Noah and his friends go to the canteen to eat their lunch but they cannot sit still for a long time. Minutes later you can find Noah with the football mode on because a game of intense footy never hurts anybody.
3:00 pm: School’s finally out and Noah goes straight to the tennis courts near his school. He practises tennis twice a week and checks his weekly progress with the ETURBO tennis mode.
5:30 pm: His dad picks Noah up from tennis, but he still has energy to burn. He joins his friend John to do some laps in the pool. With the waterproof ETURBO with integrated stopwatch, they measure their 50 metre all-out freestyle race. It looks like a new best time is due very soon!
7:00 pm: Noah is finally at home having dinner with his parents. His mum wants to know all the things he did today. Going over his ETURBO touchscreen Noah tells her that he did:
- 14’459 steps which equal to 1827 more than yesterday
- 200 activity minutes
- 1 meditation session
9:00 pm: It’s time for Noah to go to sleep. He had an awesome day packed with school and fun activities with his friends. Before falling asleep he takes one last look at his ETURBO, sets the alarm and thinks that tomorrow is going to be another day full of ELANATION.