In today’s world there is a tech tool for just about everything. We’re here to share five tools that have helped us stay on track over the past few weeks as we aim to achieve our fitness goals, in time for bikini SZN!
The GOAT of all (fit) tech tools, definitely the more pricier option but totally worth it. You also don’t need to always buy the latest series of the Apple Watch (series 4), because TBH they all do the same job. The Apple Watch really offers 100+ things, in one tool. It allows you to leave your phone at home when you’re going for that 10K run, or just stepping out of the house. With data, the Apple Watch functions v similarly to your iPhone. It’s especially convenient because you can connect almost everything from your iCloud, so it’s all on your wrist.
Now, if you’re seeking something more simple just to track steps, sleep, heart rate, etc. A Fitbit is definitely more cost efficient and fitting!
The Fitbit Inspire is much less expensive than the Apple Watch, but still functional. This model is just $99 and it may be exactly what you’re looking for. This little gadget offers 24/7 heart rate, sleep tracking, real-time pace and distance, timer and stopwatch (so useful), reminders to move and quite a few more! Check out everything this tool offers here. It’s also so sleek- no disruptions to your OOTD’s here!
Hidrate Spark is a new addition to our list, but are we ever happy to have discovered it on the gram. This 24 oz. water bottle glows to remind you to stay hydrated! Carry this thing around with you everywhere and your skin will be glowing in just 48 hours… We seriously see a big difference in the appearance of our skin when we are downing gallons of agua. Something also super neat about this bottle is that every sip you take is tracked by a sensor in the bottle and recorded to the app when you sync. It genuinely challenges and motivates you to drink more water.
A heart rate monitor gives you definitive data results that are important and easy to track.
A heart rate monitor’s purpose is to “evaluate the condition of your cardiovascular system during physical activity”, this is an amazing way to track your heart’s ability to recover during exercise over time. Because this tool has one purpose, it is solely designed to do just that, versus the Apple Watch or Fitbit, where lots of things are being recorded at once. Hate to break it to ya, but data is not always 100% accurate.
We definitely consider this app a one stop tool for us in terms of strengthening our fitness routine. There’s over 150 free workouts for you to work from and a variety of options so you can really spend any amount of time in the gym, whether you have 30 minutes or 3 hours.