Especially important for workouts, the heart rate monitor can help you on your fitness journey. You’ll understand if you’re exercising efficiently.
Many trackers can produce an analysis of your night’s sleep. You’ll learn just how much deep sleep you get and how much time you spend restless and asleep.
What’s better than getting a notification that your exercise goal is complete? Many trackers now vibrate with this alert and also send you fun messages to show you just how far you’ve come.
Designed to help you keep an eye on your heart health, this sensor may even be able to help you identify atrial fibrillation.
We all recognize that water is a key factor to keeping you healthy, but it’s also hard to keep track of your intake.
Fitbit and Apple Watch both have their own versions of competitions, whether it’s accepting a challenge with friends or checking to see who closed their rings first. Either way, having this level of accountability is bound to keep you motivated for success.
If you’re counting calories, it’s helpful to have your fitness tracker take out the guesswork for you. It’s also a useful tool to track over time and see how much you’re burning during exercise, as well as while sedentary or sleeping.
The apps on various fitness trackers allow you to track your weight and see a trend over time. You can also set goals if you want to lose or gain weight, which makes it simple to maintain your progress. Some trackers can also sync with smart scales to log this for you.
Especially important for sedentary office workers, the friendly nudge you get on your tracker to “move” can really be the wakeup call you need to take a break.
Once known as the gadget you put your finger into at your annual physical, keeping tabs on your blood oxygen saturation levels has taken center stage during the pandemic. Certain levels are considered to be associated with medical conditions.