Fitness trackers for first-timers

By Kajoli Anand | Published on 20 Oct 2020
Fitness trackers for first-timers
Fitness trackers for first-timers

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Are you just starting out to work on your fitness? Getting a fitness tracker is a wise choice to achieve your fitness goals as it helps you track how your body responds to particular exercises. Thanks to the detailed analysis of metric points like heart rate, calories burnt, distance covered and much more, you can most certainly plan and alter your workout regimen accordingly. To help you choose the right device, here are four fitness trackers, which you can get on Amazon, that are ideal for first-time users.

Mi Smart Band 5

The Mi Smart Band 5 is an ideal wearable for first-timers as it has a Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) that tracks all your fitness activities while using one single matrix. As a result, you don’t have to get accustomed to multiple apps and data points to determine your fitness levels. This band has a 1.1-inch AMOLED display that shows you all the data right on your wrist. It is also 5ATM water-resistant, which means you don’t have to worry about random splashes of water damaging it. Lastly, it has a long battery life that is claimed to last for 14 days on a single charge.

Fitbit Inspire Health and Fitness Tracker

If you’ve been reluctant to buy a wearable due to their bulky form-factors, then the Fitbit Inspire Health and Fitness Tracker might interest you. This slim tracker resembles a band from afar, and shouldn’t feel obstructive while you’re wearing it. Apart from helping you keep track of your steps, calories burnt, and hourly activity, this wearable can also help you answer texts and calls without reaching for your smartphone. You can also use it to track your sleep and set silent alarms that wake you up with a gentle vibration on your wrist.

Garmin Vivosmart 4

The Garmin Vivosmart 4 is a great option for working professionals who need subtle wearables that don’t compromise on features. This is because this wearable lets you track your stress levels throughout the day, along with monitoring your heart rate, energy levels, V02 levels, and more. It also lets you set timers for walks, swims, runs and other activities, so that you are reminded to get up and move around after a set interval. Finally, the Garmin Vivosmart 4 also alerts you when you receive text or calls on your smartphone.

HONOR Band 5

Here is a fitness tracker from HONOR that gives you a relatively large display but is compact in size. The HONOR Band 5 comes with a 0.95-inch AMOLED touch screen colour display, for which you can use multiple smart faces. It has a 24-hour heart rate monitor that never stops, giving you data points throughout the day, even during your sleep. The latter should help in identifying any sleep issues you might have. It also helps you track the speed, calories, workout time, distance covered, stride length and much more to give you a detailed analysis of your workout routines. Under optimal use, you should get 14 days of battery life out of this fitness tracker, as claimed by the company.

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