Wrist Bands And Fitness Goals
One of the most common uses of wearable technology will be activity trackers. They store data about you and analyse it using smartphone apps. The Nike Fuel Band, Jawbone Up and Fitbit Flex are becoming popular in the US and other countries. The devices typically track you physical activity and tell you if you are reaching your goals. The Up for instance lets users add food and drink tracking as well as to log in their moods. These also come with built-in alarms to wake you up and sensors that are good enough to gauge how much sleep you have had. Wear it for a couple of months and you will have so much data about yourself that you will understand how to balance daily routines for a healthy lifestyle. The devices, which connect to smartphones or tablets through Bluetooth, also let you share your achievements to social networking site. Some other tech bracelets are able to flash smartphone notifications.
Nike Fuel was among the first fitness bands
can track sleep as well
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FitBit Flex can be pulled out