Achieving your fitness goals is a whole lot easier when you can track them. It seems like every year there are new and effective technologies to help you do this, and it’s simply a matter of personal preference when determining which one to purchase.
Garmin Forerunner 235
A great GPS watch for runners out there. Whether you’re training for a marathon, or simply out on a morning jog, this is a great tool for measuring heart rate and overall intensity. It also tracks your steps for the day and your quality of sleep at night, which are two things everyone appreciates.
Fitbit Alta HR
Another great fitness tracker offering, the Fitbit Alta HR offers the usual host of features to go along with a great heart rate monitor. Perhaps the best part is its simple aesthetic, which is quite understated. It doesn’t draw attention to itself, which is ideal for many users.
Fitbit Charge 2
Are you into swimming while wearing your fitness device? This Fitbit Charge 2 isn’t your best bet. However, it does cost a fraction of the price of most fitness trackers. We’re talking anywhere from $150-$200 less.
For fans of a more traditional watch, this is Garmin’s best offering. Although it isn’t a fitness juggernaut like most Garmins, this classic design is perfect for when you need to attend business or formal events.
Looks a little like the Apple Watch, eh? This Fitbit Blaze is a fully functioning fitness tracker that utilizes a built-in heart-rate sensor as well as a pretty long-lasting battery life.
Clearly the most affordable fitness tracker around, the Fitbit Zip is great for people who don’t want to wear a watch while they exercise.
Moov Now is a unique looking watch that is great for the sweatiest among us. In fact, it’s so good as handling water that you can freely take it into the pool for your swimming routine.
TomTom Spark 3
Are you a fan of listening to music while working out? Do you remember a time when TomToms were mainstream? Well, they are back! This TomTom Spark 3 will play music you’ve uploaded directly to the device, meaning you don’t have to use your phone at all. At $146, it’s a decent offering considering it’s also waterproof.
Whether your choice is a Garmin, TomTom, or Moov product, focus on your personal fitness goals rather than getting overly concerned about your device choice.
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