Is your New Year’s resolution to lose weight, get in shape, or simply live a healthier lifestyle? You not alone; each January, a lot of people vow to change their habits. If you want to be healthier in 2018, you should consider turning to technology to help make it happen. Fitness wearables can help you track everything from your activity, food intake and sleep. They hold you accountable and therefore help you stick to your goal all year long! To help we have compiled popular fitness wearables on the market at various price points to help you keep your resolutions in 2018.
Jawbone $49.99- $199.99
At $49.99, Jawbone makes fitness wearables affordable. The Jawbone UP3 ($179.99), is a great upscale version of the device, which even tracks your sleep patterns.
Fitbit $59.99- $249.00
Fitbit has a large range of products at different price points. The Fitbit HR ($149.99) is great for those looking to monitor their heartrate. There is even a FREE Fitbit app for your phone that is easy to navigate and makes keeping up with your exercise habits simple.
Misfit $69.99- $169.99
With many different options and accessories available, Misfit has an impressive line of products for the fashion savvy. The Misfit Swarovski Activity Crystal ($169.00) can be worn as a bracelet, watch, or necklace. Another important feature of Misfit products- they are swim-proof.
Garmin $69.99- $219.00
Garmin has some of the most affordable and sophisticated wearables on the market. Garmin has a reputation of packing the same technology of its rivals into lower priced models.
Apple Watch starting at $399.00
This tracker is perfect for users of iPhone 5 or later. Apple Watch is not just a fitness wearable, but can function as a watch, can make phone calls, alert you of messages, playback music, and carries Apple Pay capabilities.
Whether your New Year‘s resolution is to lose weight or to become more financially savvy, Mariner Finance can help! Want more tips to make 2018 your healthiest year yet? View more of our blog content.
The information provided in this article does not constitute financial advice and is provided for educational purposes only without any express or implied warranty of any kind. This article is not intended as legal, tax, investment, or any other advice, and Mariner Finance does not offer credit repair services. Consider talking with an appropriate qualified professional for specific advice.
Blog posts are for informational purposes only.