While you may not be as worried about a bikini body just yet, however you probably have a few new fitness goals to reach by spring. You can make these easier to achieve with a fitness tracker. Here are five smart devices to get you started.
Under Armour UA Band
Keep track of more than just your fitness with the UA Band from athletics brand Under Armour. You can also manage your sleeping habits for better productivity. Bluetooth-friendly and waterproof, you’re meant to keep this comfortable watch on at all times.
Misfit Flash Fitness + Sleep Tracker
Another fitness tracker that also measures sleep is this Misfit watch, which comes in a slew of fun, funky colors. With a six-month battery life, you’ll want to wear this watch all day. Send your fitness info straight to your phone with simple syncing. Oh, and if you’re the old-fashioned type, this also tells time.
Garmin vivofit Fitness Band
A smartwatch that encourages eventually meeting goals both big and little, Garmin’s vivofit Fitness Band keeps track of number of steps and how far you go, how many calories you burn, and how many days you have left to reach your goals. Those who like Edge and Forerunner will love how easily these apps sync with the vivofit.
Fitbit Alta Activity Tracker
The brand synonymous with fitness trackers, Fitbit produced its Alta in pretty pastel colors that will go with almost any chic workout outfit. With a five-day battery life, you can exercise all week without having to worry about recharging. The SmartTrack feature measures aspects of your workout and sends them to you so you can make improvements next time.
The UP3 is intuitive, reading your intensity and duration of workouts and fine-tuning its features to be of optimal assistance. This Jawbone device includes the UP App Food Score to monitor diet and can even track REM sleep. It too is waterproof.
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