Whether you’re looking to lose a few pounds or completely transform your body, you’ll be happy to know it’s never been easier to get in shape.
Fitness trackers are one of the many new connected health tools millions of people around the world are using to better understand their bodies and what they need to do to achieve their health and fitness goals.
There’s a wide variety of fitness trackers currently available and even more will be hitting the market in 2018, so we’ve pulled some top picks from our upcoming Connected Health catalogue to help you find the best tracker for your needs.
Fitbit Charge 2
The Fitbit Charge 2 is one of the most popular fitness trackers in the world today, and for good reason too. It comes with a whole heap of tracking and monitoring features such as continuous heart rate, all-day activity, calorie burn and more yet is very simple-to-use. Recommended for fitness newbies and seasoned pros alike.
Sporting a sleek minimalistic design, the Misfit Ray is a stylish and versatile fitness tracker that automatically tracks steps, distance travelled, calories burned and sleep quality, providing you with a detailed picture of your health and fitness levels. The Misfit Ray is water resistant and can track swim distance and laps completed, making it ideal for those of us who plan on swimming our way to healthiness in 2018.
The Fitbit Ionic is a fashionable fitness tracker complete with a dynamic personal coaching feature that guides you through exercise routines and provides on-screen explanations for every move you make. Built-in GPS keeps you informed of pace and distance, while the Multi-Sport, SmartTrack and swim tracking features ensure it accurately tracks your performance regardless of how you exercise. Other notable features include a 300+ song library, sleep tracking and a multi-day battery that last 4+ days between charges.