Over the last number of years fitness has become more and more of an important issue in our daily lives. We look after ourselves much more, we’re careful about what we eat and we try to get out and exercise as often as possible. In fact, 500,000 Irish people are part of 710 health clubs, a stat that’s expected to continue to grow (Deloitte, 2018). That’s a lot of people eager to better themselves, using the best tools possible to do so such as quality equipment, proper clothing and fitness trackers; the subject of today’s post. Fitbit have been leading the way in the fitness tracking industry for over a decade, with their products perfect for every sport. They want to “empower and inspire you to live a healthier, more active lifestyle”, and no product sums up that motto more than their latest innovation, the Fitbit Charge 3 (Fitbit, 2018).
The Fitbit Charge 3 has a large touchscreen and backlit display that automatically adjusts to lighting conditions, making it easier to see stats and notifications throughout the day. You can stay connected with call and calendar alerts, text notifications and quick replies available on Android, plus all notifications from your smartphone apps. The tracker has over over 15 exercise modes, such as run, bike, swim, yoga, circuit training and more. So, set your goal and get real time stats during your workouts to keep getting better!
As well as helping you to achieve your fitness goals, the Fitbit Charge 3 encourages you in other healthy ways. It helps you find moments of calm throughout your day with personalised guided breathing sessions based on your heart rate. It let’s you see your time spent in light, deep and REM sleep stages and gives you personalised insights to help you improve your sleep. It even shows you how long you’ve been active or inactive throughout the day, offering reminders to fit in a few extra steps if you’ve been sitting a bit too long.
Don’t put off your fitness goals any longer, pre-order the Fitbit Charge 3 today! The Charge 3 will also be available in-store from October 7th.