Sunday, 23 November 2014

3 Fitness Trackers Wearables to Buy this Year

Fitness Wearables

Fitness wearables are in trend this year and big tech manufacturers like Samsung Microsoft also has there products. It was a huge year for fitness trackers:

But there's good reason for its popularity — in addition to tracking steps taken, calories burned and your sleep cycle, fitness trackers promote healthy living. They're for true fitness enthusiasts, who want to stay on track when working out or training for races and marathons, but also the casual user who just wants a nudge to get off the couch. Check out the 3 Fitness trackers wearables to buy this year.

3 Fitness Trackers Wearables to Buy this Year

1) Garmin vivofit ($129.99):-

Garmin Vivofit

The Garmin vivofit is among the top fitness trackers for rigorous workout junkies. I is a waterproof device, which comes with a curved display, learns user's fitness habits and sets different daily goals. Whatever you need can be highlighted directly on the display, so you don't have to grab your smartphone to see all of your stats. There are five colors to choose from — black, purple, teal, blue and slate — and in two sizes: small and large.

2) Jawbone UP3($179):-

Jawbone UP3

The Jawbone UP3 is the sleekest fitness tracker and it comes with advanced activity features that can differentiate exercises, such as swimming, running and tennis, to better gauge calories. It also includes sleep tracking, which can signify REM, light and deep sleep. Upcoming updates to the corresponding software will eventually clue you in to when you're dehydrated, stressed and fatigued.

3) Fitbit Charge($129.95):-

Fitbit Charge

The Fitbit Charge monitors steps taken, calories burned and displays the time, but allows you to track sleeping without needing to put it in sleep mode (a nice perk). These little tweaks (as well as updates to user-friendly corresponding app) make the Fitbit Charge our top pick for fitness trackers this holiday.

While the recently announced Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge won't be available until early next year (both track continuous heart rate), this makes the standard Fitbit Charge the best option available for now.

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