If you are looking for a way to keep track of your fitness goals for the next year, a fitness tracker may be on your wishlist.
These tracking devices are designed to monitor a number of health features, including sleep and heart rate. Some have great battery lives, and others can be submerged underwater.
The list of fitness trackers available today is extensive, and it’s a confusing decision to pick just one.
- Fitbit Charge 5: “If you’re looking for a tracker that looks beautiful against your wrist, is easy to read in the bright sunlight and has some impressive features for the price tag, this is a good buy,” Tom’s Guide says.
- Garmin Vivomove Sport: “Not only can you track workouts, but you can also monitor your sleep and heart rate and check a few other of Garmin’s proprietary algorithms, like your Body Battery, or how ready you are for the day,” Wired says.
- Amazfit GTR 4: “It’s affordable at $199 and includes a whole array of features you’d expect to see on much pricier wearables. That includes a bright OLED screen, blood oxygen monitoring, sleep stage tracking, stress tracking, Amazon Alexa compatibility, and an offline digital assistant,” The Verge says.
- Withings Move: “We like the Move’s analog-watch design, its basic fitness tracking that monitors steps, distances and sleep, and its button-cell battery that lasts up to 18 months before needing to be replaced,” Engadget says.
- Fitbit Sense: “The smartwatch’s built-in GPS system will help you navigate walks and runs. And because the watch can sync with your smartphone, you won’t have to worry about missing texts, calls, and other notifications when you leave the house without your phone,” Verywell Fit says.
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