Do You Use A Fitness Tracker?

Do You Use A Fitness Tracker?

It wasn’t that long ago that using technology as part of your fitness routine meant an odometer and perhaps a spreadsheet. Though both of those are still useful, fitness trackers have come a long way. Do you use one?

New apps, internet-connected exercise equipment, and fitness tracking appliances have made a powerful entry into peoples’ fitness regimens. We’ve talked before about how to make the most of your fitness tracker. We’ve also rounded up your five favourite fitness tracking appliances, as well as your five favourite fitness tracking web sites and services. But are you actively using one?

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