Twenty-five million people use Fitbit trackers to count steps and manage their physical activity, but I think they can be used for much more than that.
Consider these questions:
Before I share my own answers and how Fitbit ties into them, let's cover the basics of what Fitbit is and how it works.
What is Fitbit?
Fitbit is a tracker/watch, an app, and a fitness community rolled into one platform. Combining the Fitbit watch and app allows tracking of steps, activity, sleep, weight, and food intake.
The Trackers and Watches
Depending on which you buy (prices range from $100-$250) you can also track heart rate, blood oxygen levels, calories burned, and steps climbed. You can even track how many laps you swam in the pool, miles you biked, or paces you took on a treadmill.
Before you invest, take into account which features are most important to you.
Fitbit offers two categories of trackers: Basic fitness trackers and Smartwatches. No matter which you select, you still have access to the app it pairs with.
Downloading the Fitbit app is free, and the set-up is straightforward. Click HERE to get the Fitbit app from Google Play and HERE to download it from The App Store.
Inside the app are four main sections:
Challenges and Races
Finally, let's revisit the five questions I started this article with. How do you think Fitbit ties in with the answers?
There are many other benefits to using a Fitbit than what I've covered here. Discover everything Fitbit by clicking HERE and compare watches and features by clicking HERE.
Most major retailers like Walmart, Target, Amazon, Kohls, and Best Buy sell Fitbit- check them out on your next trip!
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