Activity trackers

Activity trackers

Activity trackers, fitness bands and sleep trackers have become all of the rage of the past 24 months. These affordable pieces of fitness technology help you to measure your daily behaviours in order to make better informed decisions around your health, fitness and diet. In many ways, they are the 2014 version of the pedometer, but this ‘smart’ technology offers much more. One things for sure, there’s plenty of choice in this sector. Brand new companies have emerged out of crowd funding sites like Kick-starter, whilst the big companies, from sports apparel giants like Nike and Adidas, through to big tech companies like TomTom and Garmin, are all in on the game. We help you cut through the clutter, in order to find the best activity tracker for your needs. We’ve got plenty of fitness band reviews, as well as opinion pieces around trackers and the latest news and rumours around upcoming releases.

Skulpt Aim Review – Body-Fat & Muscle Tracking App As Accurate As Underwater Testing

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Do activity trackers and fitness bands really work? Do they help you lose weight?

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Pedometer steps to calories: 6 ways that activity trackers are different

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Jawbone UP 2013 review

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Which Fitbit Should I get? Fitbits compared – One Vs Flex Vs Zip Vs...

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The 5 Best Fitness Trackers On The Market Today

For many people, getting fit and then staying fit is not the easiest of processes nor the most desirable of habits to form. Everyone wants to...

Striiv smart-pedometer review: a pocket dynamo that beats most fitness trackers

The humble pedometer was probably the first fitness technology gadget, and it remains a good way to track the number of steps you take....

ASUS VivoWatch review – This $150 Asus Debutant Beats the Fitbit Surge 2

The introduction of a smart watch aimed at the fitness market from a top-tier hardware manufacturer like Asus, shows further evidence of the 'coming...

Moov Now Review – The Fitness Band Which Thinks It Can Replace Your PT

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New Nike Fuelband Cancelled As Nike Prepare To Quit Wearable Tech Market

The Nike Fuelband came to define the activity tracker and fitness band market - launching an era of wearable fitness technology that helps everyday...