I absolutely love my new Fitbit pedometer exercise fitness plus calorie counter heart rate monitor. When I read on the box that it can be as addicting as Facebook to check out I didn’t believe the hype. Until I started using it. Now I check it all the time. I love how it’s more than just a pedometer. I find myself trying to move around more when I’d normally just be sitting around. I want to add more steps and get more flights in to challenge myself. I feel like this is going to be a huge positive thing for my health and well-being.
The Fitbit is small and fits in your pocket. It can also be worn on the little holster clip that attaches to your belt or bra. For sleep tracking you just slip the entire unit into the wrist strap they provide and keep it on the non-dominant hand then push and hold the track button for 2-3 seconds until it starts counting or say’s start. Then just go to sleep like normal. In the morning when you wake up hold the track button again for 2-3 seconds until it say’s stop. The next time you’re near (that’s right, you don’t have to plug it in, just be near the base plugged into your computer) it will update and sync your sleep habits.
I’m so glad I decided to get this little teeny tiny fitness motivator. It pushes me to do more physically and gets me off of the couch. I sit at work and can’t wait to get home to take my dogs out. Before it seemed like a chore now it’s, how much more can I do.
Not only does this unit count your steps and track your sleep habits but it also can track your calories. You just enter what you’ve taken in for food and it will tell you how many more calories you can eat for the day to reach your limit. (If you’re trying to lose weight) The more you move the more calories you can take in and the tracker figures all of that out for you with the nifty computer application.
To be honest, I can’t say enough good things about this. I’m really glad I purchased this. At first I thought $99 was too much for a glorified pedometer but this is really so much more and well worth the price. I’ve never felt more motivated or happier.