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Benefits of Fitness Gadgets and Wearables. 1. Hands-Free Experience. Fitness gadgets and wearables are hands-free.
Meaning you can track your fitness and sleep experience without the hassle 2. Self-Awareness. Unless you know exactly how many. Most of the fitness gadgets and wearables lack annoying cords and are hands-free. This gives you a hassle-free experience and better tracking, both during fitness and sleep.
The hands-free feature will definitely improve your overall fitness experience. To be precise, technology is involved in almost every segment of our lives. And yes, technology is big in fitness too. That’s why we need to tell you about five benefits of wearable technology in fitness.
Progress monitoring. Wearable devices send data (statistics) to a device owned by a business to keep track of your progress. For example, if you want to keep track of your steps, sleep pattern and calorie. Fitness gadgets and wearables are hands-free.
Meaning you can track your fitness and sleep experience without the hassle of annoying cords, or holding something throughout your workout. Being hands-free improves your overall experience. Self-Awareness.
Gadgets like the Garmin Vivoactive HR help to track your heart rate. This is very useful when you’re trying to train in the 70 to 90 percent range of your maximum heart rate (MHR). You can calculate your MHR by subtracting your age from 220. For example, if you’re 30 years old, your maximum heart rate will be 190 beats per minute.
While it’s often said that wearable tech is not that accurate because of GPS limitations, when it comes to monitoring your heart rate, sleep and activity, these gadgets are pretty accurate. Gadgets like the Garmin Vivoactive HR help to track your heart rate. This is very useful when you’re trying to train in the 70 to 90 percent range of your maximum heart rate (MHR).
The advent of wearable technology revolutionaries’ in the health and fitness industry has numerous benefits to boast of –. Empowered Individuals. Wearable technology allows individuals to be in charge of their health by making use of the real-time data provided by smart devices. The Financial Benefits of Wearable Fitness Tracking Devices Wearable fitness tracking devices could offer financial benefits for employers and employees alike. Whether it is a wristband or a smartphone app, wearable healthcare tracking devices give consumers useful data to measure their wellness and progress toward their health goals.
Wearable technology provides us with the ability to monitor our fitness levels, track our location with GPS, and view text messages more quickly. Best of all, most of the devices that allow us to do this are hands free and portable, eliminating the need to take our devices out of our pockets. Data Accuracy Wearables enable convenient tracking of your data, health, and exercise habits for your overall well-being.
This is bound to result in a healthier you, but many health insurance companies are also starting to offer added benefits for those who wear fitness trackers and health monitors.
List of related literature:
|from Embodied Computing: Wearables, Implantables, Embeddables, Ingestibles|
|from Design, User Experience, and Usability: Users and Interactions: 4th International Conference, DUXU 2015, Held as Part of HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015, Proceedings, Part II|
|from Principles of Internet of Things (IoT) Ecosystem: Insight Paradigm|
|from Internet of Things Use Cases for the Healthcare Industry|
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