Everybody knows what a Fitbit is, right? Smartwatches that help you get your life and fitness goals together, and keep you on track. And now, with the introduction of the Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Ace, you can make getting fit a family affair!
Fitbit Versa: The Smartwatch For All
Fitbit Versa is Fitbit’s lightest smartwatch yet, and better still, offers a modern, intuitive experience at an approachable price. With a comfortable design and a new dashboard that simplifies how you access your health and fitness data, the Fitbit Versa is perfect for everybody.
For those of you who want to delve in deep into your fitness journey, the Fitbit Versa has some pretty useful advanced health and fitness features. For example, 24/7 heart rate tracking, on screen workouts, and automatic tracking of sleep stages. With these, you can really get into the nitty gritty of your regular routine, and see where you can change things up.
Along with these useful features, it also has convenient features like quick replies on Android, wallet-free payments, and on-device music. And on top of all that, it all comes in a package that has up to 4 days of battery life!
And for ladies, you might also be interested in Fitbit’s latest feature for tracking female health. This feature helps you track your menstrual cycle, view holistic health data in one place, and better understand how your period connects to your overall health. It also teaches you about the menstrual cycle, and gives you personalized insights and guidance.
Fitbit Ace: Nurture The Habit Of Fitness
With the rising rates of childhood obesity, its more important than ever to really get your kids into the active lifestyle from young. The Fitbit Ace makes it easier than ever for you to make sure that your child is getting enough rest and activity, as well as for you to join them.
Designed for kids aged 8 and older, Fitbit Ace automatically tracks steps, active minutes, and sleep. It has up to 5 days of battery life too, so you don’t have to worry about finagling it off your child every other day to charge.
With the Fitbit Ace, it’s easier than ever to keep your child on track with their fitness goals. For example, you can set up personalized reminders that nudge your child to get at least 250 steps an hour if they’ve been sitting at a screen for too long. And when they do, you can reward them for doing so! Not with food, of course, but with celebratory messages or fun, collectible badges on the Fitbit app. You can even tell them it’s like a real life version of being a Pokemon trainer and collecting Gym Badges!
Alternatively, if your kid is the competitive kind, you can motivate them by getting them to compete against family or friends! Daily challenges, weekend challenges, or Family Faceoff. There’s one for every type of competitive kid out there.