Fitness bands have become an increasingly popular accessory to women’s fitness gear, but which one will suit your needs best?
The Fitbit Surge, for example, is a fitness tracker that measures calories burned, steps taken, and other metrics, and the Bontrager M9 can track your heart rate and body fat levels.
However, it comes at a price: It is a bit pricey at $499.
But now, a company in India has created a fitness band that will work for any size woman.
The new Fitbit Fit Fit+ has an internal power meter and accelerometer, and it has a built-in battery that can last for up to a week.
It can be worn with various types of clothing, but it’s definitely best suited for women with smaller waists.
As for the Fitbit Power, it has an optical heart rate monitor and can be used for tracking your heartrate while walking, running, and cycling.
You can also set it to send a notification when you are on your favorite fitness app.
Fitbit is also adding a few other new features to its Fitbit range, such as a heart rate strap that doubles as a water bottle holder and a dedicated activity tracker that will automatically sync with your phone’s activity tracker.
The company also announced a new fitness app for iOS and Android called Fitbit Workout that is designed to help you stay active while on the go.