I'm an exceptionally lazy person, but that doesn't mean I can't look at gadgets like the Garmin Forerunner 110 and imagine what it would be like to use one while working out. And I reckon this would probably distract me from the cramps, the pain and the sweat just long enough for me to remember why I don't hit the gym.
Costing $249 (or $299 with a heart rate monitor) the Forerunner 110 is an entry level GPS watch that tracks your performance as you exercise. It gives about eight hours worth of juice while you're working out, or three weeks with the GPS switched off. Garmin provides software to track your performance over time, set goals and check out your workouts on Google Earth.
Sounds like a pretty good thing for the geeky fit people. Not me though...