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How to Get the Most Out of Your Fitness Tracker

By Kaylin Labenz April 12, 2019 Posted in: Wellness

First, you want to make sure that you are wearing your fitness tracker properly.

  • Wear it on your non-dominant hand
  • Make sure that it's snug on your wrist. You should be able to move it a little bit so it can read your heart rate and track all your fitness levels

Your Fitness Tracker Has Many Features

Your fitness tracker may include a variety of different features such as tracking your steps, heart rate, sleep quality and also your workouts. It may also be able to track different types of workouts such as running, biking, swimming, etc. Be sure to check your manual to make sure your fitness tracker is waterproof before swimming.

Also, your tracker can get sweaty and dirty since you're working out, so make sure that you properly clean it. To do this just refer to your owner's manual.

Most devices you can sync to your phone, or to your computer. This way you can track your workouts, and you can also look at previous workouts that you have done.

The key to getting the most out of your Fitness tracker is actually using it use it to track your goals, your workouts, and your daily activities. Have fun exercising!

Kaylin Labenz
Kaylin Labenz

Kaylin is a Fitness Specialist at CHI Health St. Elizabeth.

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