Everyone has those days where they feel like they walked uphill everywhere they go- it’s time to log those steps so you can keep track of them! There are multiple fitness trackers for ment out there and men at different levels of physical fitness prefer different features in their fitness trackers. Some men are multi-sport athletes who may prefer more features to track specific insights for each activity; while some men may be active but prefer to collect only the basic data like step count and burned calories. Below are three fitness trackers currently on the market for three different physical fitness priority levels.

Four features that are included in each of the fitness trackers that we are listing here are:
-steps counting
-sleep tracking
movement reminders
-connectivity with notifications from your mobile devices

Garmin Vivoactive HR

This fitness tracker is for the multi-sport athlete who wants to track their fitness goals 24/7. The Garmin Vivoactive HR is a GPS Smartwatch with a wrist-based heart rate. Tracking your heart rate during your activities will provide you more insight on calories burned and quantifies the intensity of your activities.

It has built-in sports apps such as GPS-enabled running, biking, swimming, and more which will track your stats with smart notifications. Even if you forget to press start, the auto activity detection feature will record your activities throughout the day.

This is one fitness tracker you will appreciate if you don’t want to keep your phone on you during your workout and still collect your insights. Your daily insights are synced to Garmin Connect and available to you to help you reach your fitness goals. You can also choose to receive healthy tips from experts, which is a nice bonus!

Fitbit Charge 2

The Fitbit Charge 2 is ideal for the person who wants to track their overall health goals. Get real-time stats on the display with multi-sport mode and connected GPS. You can find more of your stats on the app. The PurePulse® Heart Rate feature will send you continuous, automatic, wrist-based heart rate, and simplified heart rate zones.

In addition to the basic four features mentioned above, a favorite wellness feature on the Fitbit Charge 2 is the Guided Breathing feature which helps to combat stress. Based on your heart rate throughout the day, you can use this feature for personalized breathing sessions.

Interchangeable bands are available to match your style.

Misfit Ray

Misfit Ray is the most unique-looking fitness tracker listed. This fitness tracker is for anyone who wants to track the basics and appreciates a more discreet appearance. It is available with a leather band for a sleek look or a sports band which may be preferred for swimmers as it is water resistant up to 50 meters. Because it is thinner than most other fitness trackers, you can stack it with your smart watch or along your cuff.

There is no heart monitor here but it will track steps, distance, calories, and light and restful sleep. The Misfit Ray doesn’t need to be charged because it uses replaceable batteries that average a four month lifespan.

Fitness trackers are not only available in different styles but they also track different insights for you based on your activity. You don’t have to be a multi-sport athlete to use a fitness tracker. However, if you are, you can find a fitness tracker that will deliver the insights you want to help you reach your fitness goals.

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