Fitness trackers are increasingly popular and are even recommended by family physicians as a safe way to get healthy and increase physical activity. When it comes to buying a fitness tracker, however, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. And, while committing to a gym membership and/or hiring a personal trainer aren’t realistic options for many consumers, some already have smartwatches and depend on them for achieving daily goals.
Keeping all of this in mind, consumeradvocate.org came up with top choices for eleven different categories—an option for nearly every type of consumer. On your marks, get set, and let’s go!
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