We all think about getting fit, losing weight or joining a gym. But very few do more than just think about it. All of these take discipline and organisation. A fitness tracker will help you organise your program.
When searching for the right fitness tracker there are a number of questions you need to be asking yourself. Starting with what part of your fitness you are tracking. Of course this will be very different depending on your fitness program.
It is no good to buy a Fitness band to go swimming and find it is not waterproof.
Fitness watches work with an app on your smartphone. So it is also very important you make sure it is compatible with your phone. Some major brands include fitness tracking in their smartwatches. But you need to check they have all the functions you need to manage your training.
There are 4 basic exercise types, endurance, balance flexibility and strength A few of the types are below.
Now you have a better idea of what you can do with your fitness tracker. Also what features you need to get the results you are looking for.
The market is swamped with fitness and wearables such as smartwatches. These range for very expensive to cheap. Most of the cheap ones are very basic. Some expensive ones offer everything you need but not all of them.
Top end fitness bands such as Fitbit offer lots of features but you will pay a premium. Some of the top end fitness watches are not purpose built for fitness tracking and don’t offer all the features you need.
When you decide you want to get serious about your training you should use a fitness band. You will find it much easier to set your workout program when you know where you are with fitness.
Work out where you want to be and you can plan how to get there. This will also keep you motivated when you see how you are moving towards your goal.
Another advantage is know what part of your fitness you need to work on. With a fitness band you can identify you strong and weak points.
We have a range of fitness bands and wearable for sale on Gadgets-Essentials. You can browse them by clicking on the images below.
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