Telstra, JB Hi-Fi, Dick Smith and Harvey Norman will sell the heart-rate monitoring Jabra Sport Pulse earbuds that feature a voice-coach to train users as they work out.
The Jabra-Pulse Wireless "smart" earbuds will go on sale for $249 from 1 October.
The Bluetooth earbuds include an app with pre-defined training programs, including interval training, zone training and target pace training. The app can measure time, consumed energy, distance, speed, pace, heart rate, workout start, end and length, and also notifies users when they achieve goals.
Users can set goals based on distance, time or energy burned.
The Jabra Sport Pulse design includes the use of Kevlar and carbon fibre and are built to "take a pounding", according to the vendor.
The earbuds comply with IP55 certification, which covers drop, strength, dirt, temperature and humidity testing. According to the manufacturer, the earbuds are sweat and "storm-proof".