Top 5 Health Trackers For Running

Looking for a device to track your running routine? Or you’d like to treat yourself to a little gadget for the end of year season that will supplement your workout? Maybe you just need a little push with the help of what technology can offer to get out of your apartment and hit the running track? We’ve got you covered! We’ll list our favourite health tracking devices that we’ve tested and found appropriate for running. Fitbit Ionic: Almost perfect  The Fitbit Ionic, Fitbit’s very first fitness tracker-smartwatch hybrid, is something of a love child between Pebble and Fitbit. The device was released after Fitbit acquired Pebble and made use of the latter’s resources like a revamped OS, likely based on Pebble’s own, and a solid sleep tracking function with a detailed analysis of the user’s sleep activity. Source: www.fitbit.com Using the Ionic for running is a delight. Its Coach feature coupled with the built-in GPS and heart rate monitor will track your workout sessions in detail and will also motivate you through gamification as you check how you are progressing towards your set goals. Moreover, the additional “live coaching” function will give you immediate feedback on your performance. If you’d like to get some further motivation via your favourite tunes to keep up to your running routine, the device also allows you to load more than 300 tracks, which you can listen to through a pair of b...
Source: The Medical Futurist - Category: Information Technology Authors: Tags: Health Sensors & Trackers digital health fitness running healthcare design fitness trackers digital health sensors runner Source Type: blogs

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