Wearable Fitness Tracks: The Top 3 Straps of 2020


As technology companies focus on wearable tech, we’ve seen an explosion in wearable fitness trackers. These devices can monitor your physical signals to track your workouts, monitor your health, and analyze your sleeping performance. Keep reading for the top 3 straps of 2020.

WHOOP Strap

First, we have the Whoop Strap. The strap itself is free, what you pay for is a membership that provides detailed analytics based on your cardiovascular performance. For $30/month, the latest WHOOP strap collects your physiological data every minute of every day. The app then collects this data and organizes it in a way you can understand.

WHOOP brags that after only 4 months of using their service, the average user experienced a reduced Resting Heart Rate, an increase in Heart Rate Variability, better sleep, and fewer injuries. The WHOOP strap accomplishes this by providing digestible data on your daily strain, level of recovery, and sleeping patterns.

What’s more is that WHOOP has cultivated an online community, whereby you can compete with people across the globe and in your own neighborhood. You can create teams with your friends and family, and compete with each other.

Optimize performance and recovery with the WHOOP fitness tracker. Join here for as low as $30.


Fitbit Charge 4 Advanced Fitness Tracker

The Fitbit Charge 4 is the latest edition in Fitbit’s successful fitness tracking line. Fitbit’s Charge 4 comes loaded with built-in GPS, 24/7 heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, and Spotify compatibility. With 7-day battery life, you can wear your Charge 4 throughout the week and forget about it between workouts.

All your data and analysis can be accessed through Fitbit’s app, available on most smartphones. But if you feel safe enough to leave your phone behind, use the Charge 4’s GPS to track your pace and distance.

For your day to day life, the Charge 4 tracks the calories burnt throughout the day, real-time heart rate, and active heart-rate measurements. To motivate you, Fitbit included over twenty goal-based exercise modes meant to push you to your limits.


Apple Watch

Regardless of its other features, the Apple Watch makes for a great fitness tracker. Doctors around the globe use it to track their patients’ vitals. By measuring your electro-cardiovascular signals, the Apple Watch can give you a heads up regarding medical issues.

Apple’s technology will notify you if it picks up on unusual background heart rates, helping patients and doctors to notice maladies before they occur. The Apple Watch can also pick up on irregular heartbeats, using the system trust by the FDA for 22 years.

Some other amazing features include fall detection, storing your medical ID and health records, and more––all protected with industry-standard encryption that the NSA can’t break.