With all of the new and emerging technologies focused on fitness technology, there are almost too many options when deciding to buy the best fitness tracker for you.
The most crucial thing to understand is:
(1) how to get the most out of fitness tracking,
(2) not to waste your money on an activity tracker whose many functions you might NOT need
(3) avoid some of the most common pitfalls to fitness tracking, and
(4) discover how to do it right and see the best results.
The information most often tracked by the best fitness tracker includes things like…
* Steps taken * Your heart rate * Calories burned * Your temperature * Stress levels
And a whole lot more. You may be wondering…
“Why Would I Want To Track All Of This Information?”
There are a few reasons why this information can be extremely important. When combined, all of this information can paint a complete picture of your overall health.
In other words, it gives you a solid snapshot of where you are. This is important because you have to know where you stand RIGHT NOW if you’re going to improve and get better.
You may have old the old phrase – “That which is measured… improves.” Of course, this phrase is most often used in business, but it also applies in the world of fitness. If you track something, you know what needs the most work. That’s just how it is. And the better suited to your needs and lifestyle the fitness tracker is, the better you’ll be able to improve your results.
I’ve been tracking fitness metrics for years. It’s become clear to me that technology and a new found interest in fitness tracking has a left a lot of people wondering what to do next…and ultimately, where to turn.
That’s why I’ve decided to put together an introductory guide. This guide focuses on helping you choose the best fitness tracking for you to track your way to better health.
Our Guide To The Best Fitness Tracker: A Quick Overview
How to choose the right fitness tracking options
The most effective way to track calories
How to work out your resting metabolic rate and active metabolic rate
The little-known method for monitoring your testosterone levels
How to measure your grip strength
How to make sure you’re always maximizing results by training in the fat burning zone
How to use HIIT with a running watch
How to calculate and compare your strength
How to improve your brain with brain training
And – you’ll love this one — How to increase your motivation with “gamification”. And MUCH more. So, get this information-rich free report by filling in the form at the top of this page. Enjoy the eBook and enjoy tracking your metrics!
Fitness Coach and Nutritionist