Fitness Tracking with Reviews.com

By berrysmotivation - December 21, 2017

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Fitness is something people want to engage in but sometimes slow progression can be very discouraging and people opt out half way into a plan. Fitness tracking with a fitness tracking device is a good way to start and proven to help people new to fitness and those who have been in the game for ages.  When I got an email from Reviews.com regarding their research and review, I was interested to share this with everyone because I use myself as an example. I only started to see changes and progression in my fitness journey when I started to use a fitness tracker. It not only helps me monitor my progress but also helps me know when I need to put in more effort. Its perfect timing to get one as a Christmas gift to self or to someone you think will be delighted to have one.
With so many fitness tracking devices in the market people get confused on which device to go for. Reviews.com have done an amazing Job with these reviews and here are their top 3.
 
The 3 Best Fitness Tracker
Garmin Vivofit 3          Best Fitness Tracker Under $100
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Fitbit Charge 2          Best Heart Rate Monitoring Fitness Tracker
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Garmin Vivosmart HR+          Best Heart Rate Monitoring and GPS Fitness Tracker.
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We set out to find the fitness trackers that were the simplest to use, the most comfortable to wear, and that offered the most useful data. (Even the most expensive device won’t do you much good if you don’t actually use it.) After putting nine of the top models through three trials of four different tests, we discovered that even the best fitness trackers aren’t very accurate — but a few are at least consistent.

Best Fitness Tracker Under $100
A low-profile, reasonably priced fitness tracker that still delivers on all of the necessities. It comes with a small built-in display that lets you easily keep an eye on your progress and the time throughout the day, as well as a user-friendly app. Our tests showed that it actually provides consistent step counting and distance tracking, too, which isn't true of every fitness tracker we tried. ($99)
Best Heart Rate Monitoring Fitness Tracker
For $50 more than the Vivofit 3, you get an even better app and all of the same basic functionality, plus heart rate monitoring. ($150)
Best Heart Rate Monitoring and GPS Fitness Tracker
Garmin Vívosmart HR+
A compact, feature-loaded device that’s waterproof and $50 less than its nearest competitor. ($200)

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 For more information and links to similar products go to https://www.reviews.com/fitness-tracker/

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