With the New Year in full swing, fitness goals and dreams are getting smashed! With the help of wearable technology, you can now monitor your heart rate, track your steps, monitor your fitness, and stay on track with your goals. Fitness trackers are helping people all over the globe stay motivated and stay on top of their fitness goals. With so many fitness trackers available to purchase how do you know which one is the best for you?


The Fitbit Charge 2

The Fitbit Charge 2 can effectively monitor your steps and your sleep as well as 24/7 heart rate monitoring, breathing training and VO2 Max. What more could you want from your fitness tracker? All of these features are effectively logged within Fitbit’s awesome app – the Charge 2 which tracks your heart rate continuously, monitors resting heart rate and now rates VO2 Max, a scientific gauge of fitness. The Fitbit Charge 2 also boasts new breathing training to combat stress, which is really the cherry on the cake.


The Misfit Ray

The Misfit Ray is stylish, sleek and futuristic in design. With the Misfit Ray, you can enjoy steps and sleep tracking, all within an easy to use, simple, clean app. Because the device always alerts you to messages and calls received from your paired smartphone so you are always on call. There is a decent strap option from Misfit, and it can be worn as a pendent if you desire. Pretty cool customisation paired with strong fitness tracking and a good price means you can’t go wrong with the Ray.


Samsung’s Gear Fit 2

This clever piece or wearable technology has made staggering changes to its line both inside and out and the result is an Android-friendly device that does it all – well, pretty much everything! The Gear Fit 2 boasts a stunning design, a generous display and doesn’t cost all that much money compared to some other fitness trackers available on the market. The only real issue with it is that it won’t work with your iPhone or Windows device; you have to have an Android to use the Gear Fit 2.


 Microsoft Band 2

A very popular choice due to its excellent mix of step counter and proper gym, running and cycling companion. It’s superb to use for the gym, for your running, cycling, golf and other sports as it is for counting steps and tracking sleep – it’s a great all-rounder. The Band 2 incorporates a better screen, greater comforts, and a more stylish image than the first Microsoft Band. The Band 2 packs 11 sensors which includes: a barometer to measure altitude and track stairs and hills climbed, plus an accurate optical heart rate sensor, 3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope, GPS, ambient light sensor, skin temperature sensor, UV sensor, capacitive sensor, microphone, and a galvanic skin response sensor.


Remember, fitness trackers are great, but they won’t do the hard work for you! Get up and get moving because it’s time to smash your goals!

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