Frequent travellers might find it practically impossible to keep their gym appointments, but if you’re keen on keeping tabs on your health, then consider the Fitbit Blaze. This health tracker takes the form of a smartwatch to delivers details of all your physical activity right on your wrist.
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PurePulse™ Heart Rate
Elevate workouts with continuous heart rate and simplified zones—all without an uncomfortable chest strap.
Connect Fitbit Blaze with the GPS on your phone to map your routes and see run stats like pace and duration on display.
On-Screen Workouts with FitStar
Start a FitStar workout on your tracker and get step-by-step instructions and coaching right on your wrist.
Choose from sport modes like running, biking and cardio, to see real-time stats on display.
Fitbit Blaze uses SmartTrack to automatically recognize and record exercises for you, so you’ll get credit for a workout even if you forget to log it.
Workout Goals + Summaries
Get an on-screen summary of each workout after you complete it, then check the Fitbit app to see how you’re progressing toward your weekly exercise goals.
Its SmartTrack feature rec ognizes if you are hiking, running or playing sports and records all that activity to your Fitbit account, allow ing you to see how it stacks up against your weekly exercise goals. You can also use the Blaze’s `mul ti-sport’ mode to record activities like biking, cardio exercises, running, weights and yoga to receive real-time performance stats.
Besides, its PurePulse technology works constantly to track your heart rate, measure the calories you have burned during physical activities, and provide all-day insights into overall health. And since adequate rest plays a big role in fitness, this `smartwatch’ also measures the duration and quality of your sleep at night.
A feature that most folk will find extremely useful is the on-screen workout: You can switch to the FitStar mode on the Blaze to get step-bystep instructions with accompanying graphics that will run you through warm up exercises, 7-, and 10-minute workout sessions. And as you follow these simple routines, the app measures the number of calories you have burned, your average and maximum heart rate, as well as the total duration of your workout. It’s almost like having your gym coach with you at all times.
Of course, like all smartwatches, the Blaze displays call and text notifications from your connected smartphone; it serves you with calendar alerts, and you can even control music playback and sound volume right from the watch itself.
The device even uses your phone’s GPS to map your joggingcycling route and displays it to you when your handset is within range. A full battery gives you around 3-4 days of fitness monitoring, so you don’t have to bother about charging the Blaze every day .
Plus, you can always use its smartphone apps for Android and iOS for a quick view of your fitness stats, as well as to challenge friends and family to a healthier lifestyle.