There are plenty of watch trackers that count your steps or your heart, but the Fitbit Charge 3 looks at your overall health. And there is even a chart for following your calorie-burn rate, but the 3 I like the best are
- Cardio Fitness
- Heart Rate at Rest
- Sleep Cycles
These are 3 charts that can not be manipulated unless you are a well-practiced yogi or yogini.
The Cardio Fitness score is an overview of your cardio health. It measures how fast your heart rate returns to normal or resting levels after exercising.
Heart Rate At Rest
Many Medical experts agree that a lower resting heart rate can indicate more efficient heart function and cardiovascular fitness. Most people have a resting heart rate between 60 and 100 beats per minute and well-conditioned athletes average between 40 and 60.
Track Your Sleep Cycles
See how your different stages light, deep, Awake Times and REM sleep varies with daily charts and 30-day average charts. You can also see your 30-day average compared to others your age.
I had an older Fitbit that lit up depending on where you were versus your step goals. I decided to upgrade to the Fitbit Charge 3 because it looked like what I wanted. And am I ever so glad I made the upgrade. I love it. I have a desk job this reminds me to get moving. It also tracks my heart rate, sleep and other goals. It also syncs with my texts and lets me know when I get one and I can even read it on this Fitbit! Since getting it, I have been hitting my step goals every day as it has motivated me to move more. I am sure there are fancier trackers but this one has been perfect for me!