With initiatives like Stoptober and the slow march towards New Year’s Resolutions, it’s understandable if fitness (or lack thereof) and wellbeing are on many people’s minds. And it seems that more and more people are turning to wearable activity trackers to, well, track their activity. According to one research firm, sales of fitness trackers jumped up by 20 per cent between 2016 and 2017 as people began to demand detailed breakdowns of their workout sessions, heart rate spikes and calories burnt. But which one to pick? Go all out on the top-of-the-range smartwatch that not only tracks your activity but practically replaces your phone? Or be pragmatic and opt for simple-yet-effective tracker that doesn’t put a dent on your finances? Here, we look at five of the best activity trackers than you can get the most out of, and that can get the most out of you. Fitbit Inspire HR Health & Fitness Tracker, £73.99 You can’t have a ‘Best activity trackers’ list without mentioning Fitbit. One of the earliest activity tracker companies, Fitbit released its first wrist tracker back in 2013 with the Fitbit Flex. Both Fitbit and the wearable technology market have since come a long way. This year’s… Read full this story
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