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Keeping Tabs On Fitness Metrics With The Right Tracker Physical fitness trackers today allow people to keep tabs on just about anything related to their health condition whether they are on the go or asleep. People can monitor heart performance (whether in a resting state or during a sports activity); take blood pressure, weight and/or body mass readings; measure blood glucose levels; or check calories consumed without need for going to a clinic or nurse station. Advances in technology using apps on smartphones (either loaded on the phone or accessed thru a website), or with fitness trackers (with or without smartphones) now make it easier to gather data on the health condition of a person. There are even trackers that can provide graphs indicating periods of light or deep sleep based on a person’s motions, heart rate and/or skin temperature. Others have apps to track caffeine intake and correlate it with sleep. People active in sports want trackers for activity performance metrics. Runners may opt for trackers that also show elapsed time, distance covered and pace. Professional cyclists would want trackers that can be connected to bike equipment for ascertaining power and cadence. Definitely, swimmers will want waterproof trackers (as opposed to the more common “water safe” types). Kayakers prefer trackers that have built-in GPS. Most people are happy with smartphone-based fitness tracking due to the convenience of being able to store or access multiple fitness tracker apps (note that apps may not provide all the health information desired) in one device. Others, however, prefer tracker devices that are independent of a smartphone, but have the software that addresses the needs of the user. Some smartwatches have fitness tracking capabilities, while there are fitness trackers that include smartwatch features. Fitness trackers can be in the form of wrist watches, bracelets, or clip-ons (attached to the front of a female’s bra, a waist band or belt). Clipped-on trackers are quite small and can be positioned discreetly; but could be dislodged or fall off (or a person could forget to take it off where it was attached and could end up in the wash). Bracelets and wrist bands could get in the way when doing certain chores or activities; or may not be appropriate to the outfit of a fashion conscious person. There are so many products and brands to choose from, that someone wishing to get a tracker must really check out “best buy” listings (usually found online) to determine the most suitable for his needs. There are even tracker providers who have “try before buying” promos that “rent out” trackers usually for a week at affordable charges. Product pricing depends on the quality of product material and workmanship, the metrics the tracker can measure, as well as the method of information display.Lessons Learned About Products

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