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Do fitness trackers really improve health?
These days, you can’t go the gym or walk outside without seeing some type of fitness tracker on someone’s body.
I’m sure some probably wear it for style, but for the most part, trackers have become a part of how we manage our health each day.
But do they actually help improve your health, or is it just a fad that people will eventually phase out.
Well in this article, I plan on breaking down the effectiveness of fitness trackers, and how weight loss programs like Noom use trackers to help it’s users lose weight.
Also, I will break down what I like and dislike about them
Gathering data allows us to make more informed decisions about things going on in our lives.
But to keep it in the context of health, data gives us an opportunity to analyze things better.
Whether you’re trying to figure out why you’re losing or gaining weight, or why you may be tired everyday.
Collecting data helps us find solutions to problems. By giving us a clearer picture as to why things are the way they are.
As an owner of the fitbit blaze, there are many things that I like about it.