We need workout to stay healthy or to lose weight. To set the goal for your exercise, you want a fitness tracker. There are many different fitness tracker, see which one is best for you!
Our Garmin Vivosmart HR+ review broke the record for an all-time high score for fitness trackers, and for good reason. A great mix of activity, heart rate and GPS tracking makes it a no-brainer for those tossing up a Fitbit, but dissatisfied with taking a phone along for a run.
All of these features are comparable to the Fitbit Charge HR, one of our favorite fitness trackers. But the Vivosmart has two notable advantages: it can display phone notifications (iPhone or Android), and it's waterproof (in this case swim-and-shower water resistant).
For under $100, it's still one of the best looking trackers that delivers accurate data and pretty much nails the basics. The UP software is extremely easy to use as well, but it's the data insights that really set it apart from the competition.