Fitbit, Garmin, Misfit and more
There are several things that you must see when you are looking for your first fitness tracker like: Brand, Models, Design, sizes, Heart rate monitor, waterproofing, GPS, Battery Life, Application Software, Touch Screen, etc.
Also, there are Hybrids between fitness Trackers, running watches and smartwatches.
Fitness Trackers will Track daily activities, likes exercise, calories Burned, sleeping time, and more.
Setting a Goal with your Fitness Tracker will help you to get active and have the health you always want it.
However, fitness trackers are not so specific for certain sports like Zumba and Pilates, and for running, cycling and swinging it need GPS.
These is some selections:
WATERPROOF: IP – This stand for ingress protection and is a rating system that’s set up by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). So, you’ll usually see this as IP67, IP68 or something similar. ATM – This stand for atmospheres and relates to the measurement used in pressure tests
HEART RATE MONITOR: best Options Fitbit Charge 2 and Garmin Vivosmart HR
BATERY LIFE AND CHARGING: You can have those that require charging every five (ish) days via a USB cable and devices that use a cell battery that lasts around six months.
APPLICATION SOFTWARES: check that your tracker works with your mobile phone of choice – most now support both Android and iOS. It’s always wise to check the comments from users of the app, and of course never make a purchase without reading our reviews first.