Running made easy with the latest tech

Running made easy with the latest tech


Running made easy with the latest tech

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 Running made easy with the latest tech

Here on the West Coast, autumn has officially arrived, and I have been relishing my recent outdoor jogs. Nearly every day, I go for a run or a power walk outside, though the frequency and intensity of these excursions depend on my mood and the intensity of my last workout. I'm going to be talking about some of the newest running gadgets that have made keeping track of your workouts a breeze. Since music is what keeps me going during the times when I feel like quitting, I'm also trying out some of the newest headphones technology.

Keeping a running log

There is no shortage of running trackers available nowadays, and you may use them to monitor your improvement as you train. Choose the best fitness tracker or smartwatch for you from Fitbit's wide selection.

Track your fitness with the FitBit Sense.

You may use this Fitbit Sense Smartwatch as a valuable tool in your quest to monitor your health in a number of important ways.

It keeps tabs on your stress and heart rates, as well as your oxygen levels, calories burnt, steps taken, sleep time, and even your skin temperature while you sleep. It syncs with your mobile device to pick up calls and alerts, and it comes equipped with GPS, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa so you can stay in touch no matter where you travel. Fast charging through the provided USB cable will get you back up and running in only an hour, and the Lithium-ion polymer battery can keep you going for up to six days on a single charge.

New Fitbit Charge 5

Consider the Fitbit Charge 5 Fitness & Activity Tracker as an other option.

The built-in GPS allows you to monitor your route, speed, and distance traveled in addition to your calories burned, steps taken, miles covered, and meters climbed when jogging. The Charge 5 also allows you to keep tabs on your vitals by tracking your heart rate and recording your sleep patterns.

Use your smartphone's alerts and notifications to always be in the loop with your friends and family.

New Galaxy Watch from Samsung

The Galaxy Watch 4 is a fantastic addition for Samsung customers. This watch can automatically recognize and keep track of up to 90 different workouts, including common ones like jogging, rowing, and swimming. With the improved internal GPS, you can keep track of your exercises with pinpoint accuracy, and the VO2 Max measurements can verify your oxygen saturation levels. You'll also like the built-in speaker, Google Assistant support, and AMOLED screen that automatically adjusts brightness according on ambient light.

In order to use the Galaxy Watch 4, you must have Android 6.0 or later.

Vivoactive, a Garmin product.

The Garmin vivoactive 4S GPS Watch is another fantastic alternative for monitoring your fitness. It keeps tabs on your vitals including heart rate, pulse ox, and respiration as well as your movements, sleep, and calorie burn. Sleep and cardiovascular fitness should both figure prominently into your health plans. The vivoactive pairs with your phone so you can get calls, messages, emails, and other notifications without having to pull out your phone.

Garmin furthermore offers a mobile payment service dubbed Garmin Pay, which may be used to make contactless purchases straight from your wristwatch. The accompanying USB cord allows for a speedy recharging, and the battery may last for up to 7 days while in Smartwatch mode or 5 hours when in GPS Music mode.

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