How many calories did you burn today?

fitbit-trackerThe Fitbit Tracker is a wireless device that automatically tracks users’ exercise intensity, calories burned, the number of steps taken and the distance traveled. It will give users a good sense of how stressed you are too, since it tracks how long it takes you to get to sleep and how many times you wake up throughout the night. Data is wirelessly uploaded to the Fitbit website, so you can see your progress towards your goals.

Launched by Fitbit Inc. late last year, Fitbit is a very motivating gadget that seamlessly helps people follow a healthier lifestyle. The Company’s claim to fame is their aim to help people achieve everyday health and wellness. Fitbit provides a complete wellness solution focused on behavior change via awareness and motivation. 

As per the Press Release, “the Fitbit Tracker is an ultra-compact wireless wearable device that automatically tracks and wirelessly uploads data about a person’s activities, such as exercise intensity levels, calories burned, sleep quality, steps and distance. It is as small as a pack of matches and clips securely onto any article of clothing or slips easily into a pocket. The Tracker uses motion sensing technology to precisely capture all moment-to-moment physical activity throughout the day and night. It also measures sleep quality to provide a holistic view of a 24-hour period. At the click of a button, calories, steps and distance are illuminated and displayed on the Tracker. In addition to these numerical measurements, the Tracker also displays a user’s progress toward their goals in the form of an avatar that changes as a user advances toward or falls behind their goals.” It can’t be simpler than this.

Use the Fitbit Tracker for answers to questions like did I get enough exercise today? How many calories did I burn? Am I getting good quality sleep? How many steps and miles did I walk today?

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