Have you been thinking about purchasing a fitness tracker, or do you have one, and it's collecting dust? Well now is the time to either purchase that tracker or dust it off because it has the potential to be one of the best motivational and accountability tools you have.
There are five wonderful fitness trackers that were released recently, and we've perused the Nokia Steel, Misfit Vapor and Samsung Gear Sport thus far; this time let's go over the Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Flyer.
Fitbit is one of the most popular brands when it comes to wearable devices. They are at the forefront of health and fitness trackers and have versatile options for different budgets. This is good in that you can find exactly what you are looking for, but it requires sorting through the different options first.
You’re proud of yourself for sticking to your resolution of getting in shape and eating healthier. It’s the first resolution you’ve kept in years. However, you think you could gain more benefits with a fitness tracker. But you just don’t have the budget for those high-priced devices like Garmin or Fitbit.
Let’s start with a pop quiz: What was the first creative company to come up with wearable fitness gadgets? If you said Fitbit or Garmin, that’s a good guess but, no. This company has been developing fitness technology since their first wearable heart rate monitor in 1978. Give up? It’s Polar!
If you don’t want to shell out money for a fitness tracker, and you own an iPhone, there are plenty of apps in the App Store that’ll monitor burned calories, steps and other stuff using a GPS. So which apps are the best ones for your iPhone? Well, we have that answer for you!