Fitbit Charge HR: Getting to the heart of the matter
As people get more and more health conscious, devices that guide and monitor the progress of their
health has become a necessity. Fitbit is one of the companies that consistently and innovatively heeded
the call for more responsive and creative devices, particularly in monitoring a person’s hear rate.
The Fitbit Charge HR is able to effectively and efficiently monitor a person’s heart rate as they wear the
device. Why the need to monitor the performance of your heart? A heart monitor shows what type of
exercises makes your heart really work hard. If your heart is exerting so much effort for even the most
menial of activities, then it could be a sign that you are out of shape or you may have underlying health
problems. On the other hand, for people who have been constantly active, a hear monitor displays what
physical activities are more challenging for their heart and what exercises they can just coast through.
The HR uses an optical heart rate sensor to check on your heart rate while it comfortable around your
Another advantage of the Fitbit Charge HR is that it’s other components complements it’s built in heart
rate monitor. With a full understanding of how your heart performs, you can track which activities will
burn more calories, and depending on your fitness goals, lose weight. The HR also has a sleep tracker
that allows you monitor how many hours your sleeping and waking hours. This is a vital component
since health does not just involve how active you are, good health also means sufficient and quality rest.
What also separates the Fitbit Charge HR from other wearable health devices is its diminutive size,
design and user-friendliness. When worn, the HR is not bulky or intrusive. It comes in trendy colors, so
the more stylish health enthusiasts can easily pair it with their workout clothes or with their causals. The
HR can easily be connected to Bluetooth devices, and synched to a smartphone of laptop. The fitness
tracker will automatically sync when you open it using a mobile device. It can also be configured to
transmit data periodically as you go about your day. Why the need to transmit data? The shared data
goes into a data base in the Fitbit website, so users can have statistical information, in the form of charts
and graphs, about their activities and determine their progress or lack thereof.
Another worthwhile feature of the HR is that it can display incoming calls from a smartphone when it is
connected via Bluetooth. It also comes with GPS.
The Fitbit Charge HR is available in Sports Corner stores. Download the Sports Corner mobile app in
Android or iOS to receive more information and availability of other Fitbit products and the specific
Sports Corner stores that carry them.
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