Considering the huge lines and hype surrounding the Nike+FuelBand at this year’s SXSWi, we surprisingly haven’t seen too many folks sporting it since. Whatever the case, it’s a nifty little tool and it’s got a fan in Ndamukong Suh, the Detroit Lions defensive tackle who scared the shit out of the entire Chicago Bears nation for a minute on Monday night when he took down QB Jay Cutler (Cutler later said the play wasn’t dirty). Anyhow, let’s take a quick minute and see how Suh spends his day with his FuelBand and the personal network app, Path, in the clip above that comes to us from Conscious Minds. Let’s just say our FuelBand numbers and goals hardly measure up.
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