Do you use a fitbit or something that counts your steps or other exercise?
March 27, 2018 10:15am CST
I haven't had a fitbit or a fitbit knock off, but I could use one. I used to have pacer on my smartphoe which I liked alot. It was pretty good. I may try to get it back again, right now I have too many apps on the phone to squeeze it on, but it is probably more important than some of them! Interstingly enough a Fitbit even helped one guy beat a murder rap, as his fitbit showed that he was asleep almost all one night, and not out killing his girlfriend! How do you like your fitbit?
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• Corsham, England
Yes I do and I absolutely love it. It is a watch, a heart monitor, step counter and sleep recorder. I would hate to be without it. Mine is quite a cheap one, the brand is called Letscom but it seems as good as all the top brands.
• United States
Yes, I have a Fitbit and I love it. It tracks what I eat, sleep, steps and exercise. The only thing I don't like is that it doesn't count the steps unless your arm is moving. If you are pushing a shopping cart it tracks no steps at all even though your walking, I lose a lot of steps during a day so not really accurate.
My daughters previously gave me a Fitbit HR and when its strap was worn out a few months ago, my other daughter gave me a Fitbit Blaze as a birthday gift. I'm currently using it now, especially when I go for my morning walks. I synced it with my Runkeeper app and even wear it when I sleep.
• Ahmednagar, India
No I don't use any of that.I do cycling daily but I have a fixed distance from my home to the garden which is 5 km far.so I don't need any of these to count.but if you walk or running then you may have to use because we can't able to mind our steps
• United States
My husband had one with his last job. Not sure if it still works, but he liked the thought of knowing how much walking he was doing a day. If he had one with the job he has now, it would probably be triple of what his last job was as all he does all day is walk around checking to make sure things are getting done.