FitPort Daily Activity, Health & Fitness Tracker App Review!

Tracking fitness everyday can get quite annoying, with FitPort now you can track data in a completely new way. With an amazing design FitPort makes keeping health stats painless and easy!

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FitBug ORB, Fitness activity & Sleep tracking device

FitBug ORB is an ingenious, Bluetooth smart, wireless activity and sleep tracker released in October 2013 by FitBug. Since the day of release it has its effect on the market leading fitness and health gadgets with its features and wins on price.Fitbug Orb is the best fitness tracker that does it all,whether you’re looking to stay in shape, lose weight and feel great or stay fit.With a peculiarity in wearability choices, it is made available in the market in different colors so as to boost your style apart of your concern for fitness. For More : http://www.fitdango.com/collections/activity-trackers/products/fitbug-orb

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A great way to start off the NEW YEAR is with one of my favorite products of 2015 so far!! VitaFit Activity Tracker. I love this because it helps you keep track of your daily fitness activities such as calories burned, steps taken, and even the amount of rest you get! Helpful for people who need a little extra guidance with staying on track with your fitness goals!
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More things I LOVE about VitaFit Activity Tracker:
-Keep track of your total steps taken and calories burned during the day
-Monitor your sleep quality over night and view your results on an extra-bright LED display
-Bluetooth Smart technology instantly sends your data to your personal device where your information can be tracked and stored using the Vitasigns app.
-Simply download the free app, and pair the Vitafit with your smartphone or tablet to view your measurements with personalized graphs and charts
-Get the motivation you need to set and achieve your fitness goals and share your information with your physician, friends or family members as desired
-Designed for active lifestyles, the Vitafit is both fashionable and comfortable for daily wear
-USB rechargeable.
-Adjustable wrist band fits most. Available in Blue and Black.

-Tracks daily steps, calories burned and sleep patterns
-Fashionable and comfortable for daily wear
-Free Vitasigns app (iOS & Android) to track your progress
-Lasts up to 7 days on a full charge
-Extra-bright LED display

Best Fitness Tracker for Crossfit, weightlifting, etc

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What is the best fitness tracker for those of us who don’t jog? In this video I discuss a couple of options that work well: the Polar Loop with the paired heart rate monitor, and the Adidas Fit Smart
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Quick Look: Polar A300 Fitness Activity Tracker

Quick Look: Polar A300 Fitness Activity Tracker

Here’s a quick look of how to easily navigate the Polar A300 Fitness Activity Tracker
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Subscribe for more: http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 | Brent Rose debunks a study claiming smartphones are as good as wearables at tracking activity. From the Fitbit Charge HR to the iPhone 6, Brent’s stress tests uncover compelling results that demonstrate why wearables with heart rate monitors win.

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Fitness Trackers vs. Smartphones: Why Wearables Win

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Fitbit Charge HR vs. Jawbone UP3 | REVIEW | Best Fitness Trackers 2015

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Comparison review of the Jawbone UP3 and Fitbit Charge HR workout wristbands. Two activity and sleep trackers that also monitor your heart rate, though for now, the UP3 only takes your resting HR while the CHR takes continuous 24/7 readings. Both track steps, cal, and distance and have silent alarms. Neither is water resistant so do not take them in the shower or swimming. While I’m sure the UP3 will improve over time, currently, it isn’t in the top 5 best activity trackers list, however the fit bit Charge HR definitely is. fitbit review. fit bit review.

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My review video discussing whether you should pick the Garmin VIVOfit 2 or the Fitbit Charge. They retail for the same price and are two of the fitness trackers/fitness wristbands out there. I’m using the VIVOfit2 currently because it is better for training and is incredibly comfortable and stylish. The Charge on the other hand is a very attractive device that is super user-friendly — great option for folks just looking to get fit for summer and track their daily activity. Both track your steps, calories burned, and distance traveled, though the Charge also monitors floors climbed and the VIVOfit2 connects with an ANT+ heart rate monitor to relay your HR data and HR zone info. In this video, I discuss why you would choose one over the other and which I would ultimately recommend.

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Do I need an activity tracker? Which one is best? | Activity Tracker Review

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“I’ve been trying to decide whether or not to purchase a fitness tracker, and if I do, which one to choose?” – Heather Miller

I definitely have mixed feelings about activity trackers. On the one hand they can offer some valuable insights into your true daily activity level and may inspire you to get up and moving more often.

On the other hand, they could cause you to get a little obsessive about exercise and, they aren’t always accurate. One recent study found that some of the top brands can be off by as much as 23 percent. Click here to check out the full study: http://journals.lww.com/acsm-msse/Citation/2014/09000/Validity_of_Consumer_Based_Physical_Activity.20.aspx

Here’s an excerpt from a recent guest post I did for Sarafit that sums up how I feel about activity trackers:

These days digital devices are changing the way view our workouts, food and even sleep! As a certified personal trainer and wellness coach, I’ll be the first to admit there are some pretty amazing gadgets out there that can track everything from your calorie burn, step count and even sleep cycles, but how much good are they really doing for you? If we end up relying on devices to tell us what’s going on with our body, could they be doing more harm than good? Are we losing touch with our body’s true signals by placing too much importance on what that wristband says?

Here are three reasons I don’t personally use a tracker:

1) You may not realize it, but that little device could be putting an awful lot of pressure on you.

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2) You know that saying, “a watched pot never boils…?”
Well, there may be some truth to that.
I understand that it can be helpful to track calories, distance, heart rate, and all that jazz, and that it can help you lose weight (especially if you had no previous idea of how many calories you were eating and/or not burning off), but if you’ve been using your device for awhile and the scale seems stuck, focusing all your attention on those numbers could be hindering your progress rather than helping it. Here’s why – in my years of coaching and training (not to mention my personal experience with being 40 pounds overweight), I’ve found that usually weight gain isn’t just a matter of calories in, calories out, but rather a symptom of something beyond what you can measure with a tracking device. For me, I find that the harder I work to “diet and exercise,” the more weight I gain! Instead, when I start tuning into my body in all areas of my life I’m able to find the right balance of work, play, food, rest and movement that made me feel healthy, happy and full of energy. To get to that place where losing weight simply becomes a positive outcome of a positive life, you may need to ignore what the numbers and data say to truly find what makes your body, mind and spirit feel the absolute best.

3) You don’t need a device to tell you how far you can (or should) go.

Sure, it’s nice to know that you ran 5 miles or burned 500 calories with that last workout, but the truth is, you don’t need a device to tell you when your workout is done or how far you have left to run! Tuning back into your body could help you push yourself even further without that much extra effort. By honoring your body’s need to rest on certain days (no matter what that activity meter says) you may be able to replenish a depleted gas tank and push yourself even further or faster on your next workout. By eating when you are hungry (instead of skipping a snack because you’ve reached your calorie intake for the day) you may be able to starve off a binge attack later.

Not to mention ladies, you know that there are certain times of the month where your energy levels drop, and that’s a natural part of your cycle that is worth honoring, not fighting through just to make a certain daily goal.

TELL ME, DO YOU USE AN ACTIVITY TRACKER? IF SO WHICH ONE? HOW DO YOU LIKE IT? HAS IT HELPED YOU REACH YOUR GOALS?

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Getting Started with Polar Loop, Fitness Activity Tracker available in Canada

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Polar LOOP Activity tracker

Activity Tracking with Smart Guidance

For anyone who wants to track their activity 24/7 and get guidance to reach activity goals.

Activity Guide helps you stay active all day long
Activity Benefit gives feedback about your daily, weekly and monthly activity
Displays daily activity, calories burned, steps taken, time of day
Free guidance with the Polar Flow app and Polar Flow web service
Compatible with Polar H6 and H7 Bluetooth Smart heart rate sensors
Waterproof
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Activity Guide shows how active you’ve been during the day. It also tells you how much you need to do to reach the global recommendations for physical activity. With practical guidance like ‘walk for 50 minutes or jog for 20 minutes’ you can choose how to reach your daily activity goal. Meet your goal faster with more intense activities or stay active at a slightly more moderate pace throughout the day.
Activity Benefit tracks all your active choices during the day and shows how they help you stay healthy. It’ll reward you when you’ve done enough and make you move if there’s still a bit missing from your daily activity goal. Activity Benefit gives you daily, weekly and monthly feedback, because the more you move, the greater the health benefits. You can check up on how you’re doing either from your mobile or from the web.
If you want to improve your fitness or burn fat, Energy Pointer is a simple-to-use feature that visually shows you what the main effect of your training is so that you can focus on what you want to achieve.
OwnCal is the most accurate calorie counter on the market. It calculates the number of calories expended during a training session based on your weight, height, age, gender, your individual maximum heart rate (HRmax) and how hard you’re training.

In the box:

Polar Loop activity tracker
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Stair Exercises Are Great Outdoor Fitness Activity

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Some of my favorite cardio sessions are performed outside. In this video I am at a local fitness hot spot here in Orland Park, Illinois (about 30 minutes south of Chicago). It is called Swallow Cliff.

There is 125 steps, that is almost 10 flights of steps straight up. There is no way that you can simulate this work out in a gym on a treadmill, elliptical, bike, or stair mill.

There is something great about exercising out doors in the fresh air. One tip on any cardio challenge is that it is better to do less repetitions but more intense.

You will get more benefits to your heart and lunges and more fatburning from resting at the bottom for 2-4 minutes and going up the steps faster versus just going up or down slower with no rest.
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