Happy Monday Angels!
Over the past couple of years, there has been major interest in tracking our fitness. Devices like this typically worn around the wrist have started off with steps and heart rate. Now it is advancing to body sensory abilities and GPS tracking. Depending on your lifestyle can easily determine what kind of fitness tracker that would benefit you.
What all can a fitness tracker do?
- Track heart rate
- Calories burned
- Steps taken
- Sleep monitoring
- Body composition
- Global position
- Distance walked/ran
Only concerned about tracking your steps and sleep? The Misfit Ray can track activities like cycling, swimming, yoga, and dancing. It offers a simple and clean app to get straight to the point.
Fit on a Budget
A fitness tracker based in China has sold millions of bands with such a low price. The Xiaomi Mi Band 2 has heart rate tracking, steps, sleep, smart alarms, and alerts for incoming calls. It’s one of the best for the price and is perfect for a college student budget.
Price: $33.49 (wow!)
The Fitness Savvy
Interested in being overall healthy and working out? The Fitbit Charge 2 is great for tracking steps, sleep, heart rate, and breathing training. Also, Fitbit has a fabulous app to track all listed and calories burned.
The Workout Queen
This tracker is the best known for it overall great quality and superb fitness tracking. The Garmin Vivosmart HR+ is great for those who run or bike outside. It tracks steps, sleep, heart rate monitor, and GPS. It is also water resistant to about 50m, but it does lack a swimming mode.
Which tracker is for you? Let us know in the comments!
Stay tech savvy,