Fitbit Fitness Tracker Charts
The fitness tracker market is becoming overwhelming, with a ton of different trackers to choose from. If you’re looking for a way to track your activity, and fitness and follow your progress over time, the Fitbit Charge watch may be the perfect option.
In this section, we’ll take a look at how the Fitbit Charge works and what kinds of charts they generate.
These are some of the important charts to follow to gauge your overall health.
Updates for October 2021, Fitbit charts for cardio fitness, sleep charts, weight loss, and steps.
The charts show the 4 stages of sleep each night and there are charts for our 30-day average and how we compare to others in our age group.
One of my favorite charts to follow to see how healthy my heart, blood circulation and ability of cells to absorb oxygen and nutrients.
The Cardio Fitness chart measures how well you use oxygen and cardiovascular fitness. Other factors taken into account are your weight and heart rate at rest.
Tracking weight loss is important because there are so many of us overweight. I have set my goals and have a healthy diet to satisfy nutritional needs and an exercise plan that will not sacrifice health for weight loss.
Overall I’m pretty healthy, heart rate recovery is better than good, and sleep could be better. I am no longer obese, but still overweight according to the BMI chart.