Fitness is My Witness
You wouldn’t want your rigorous fitness routines to be brought to an abrupt halt just because of a little drizzle now, would you? So, the higher the water resistance rating your fitness tracker has, the less you’ll have to worry about one of nature’s elements ruining your stride. Suffice to say, a good fitness tracker is also one that comes with an accompanying mobile app. Not just any obligatory or token app though, but one that features a user-friendly interface, detailed insights on your fitness activities, and most importantly, is able to work without a hitch. If you take your fitness metrics very seriously, it would probably be best for you to invest in a fitness tracker that has a heart rate monitor – regardless of whether it’s built into the tracker itself, or available as a separate accessory. The presence of a heart rate monitor also meant that it can calculate certain fitness metrics – such as the amount of calories you’ve burnt – more precisely. The proverb of ‘all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’ is one that’s equally relevant to fitness trackers. There’s absolutely no fun in having a dictator of a fitness tracker that’s more concerned about whipping you into shape, than keeping you updated with your social life. Besides, your fitness tracker would be tremendously more versatile and practical if it could display your phone’s notifications. With regards to the battery life of fitness trackers, a good rule of thumb is that you shouldn’t need to charge it more than once a week with moderate use. Anything more than that, and it will feel like a chore – and we’re sure you don’t need any more of that in your life. The good news is, most fitness trackers these days are able to last for at least a week before needing a recharge.