8 Fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

With the right fitness tracker on your wrist, keeping your health goals in check will be easy. From Fitbit to Garmin to Suunto, we can't wait to explore all the new releases in this category at CES 2018 this year.

Staying in shape can be tough. Starting a fitness journey to get in shape is even harder. If you’re like the millions of other people in the world who set a fitness goal for your 2018 resolution, you might need all the motivation you can get. While a fitness trainer, personal chef, and motivational speaker might do the trick, chances are that’s not in your post-holidays budget. Fear not! We’ve compiled a list of eight of the best fitness trackers on the market. From swimming to tracking your heart rate to your mental health, these wearables will help you reach all of your goals.

Garmin vívofit 4 Long-Lasting Activity Tracker

8 fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

Garmin vívofit 4 Long-Lasting Activity Tracker

This compact wearable sits comfortably on your wrist to record all of your movement and health data. However, unlike any other on the market, the vívofit 4 sports an impressive year-long battery life.

Spire Health Tag Body & Mind Health Tracker

8 fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

Spire Health Tag Body & Mind Health Tracker

This wearable attaches directly to your clothing to provide you with all-over metrics. The Health Tag actually tracks your activity as well as your sleep. However, it goes a step further to also help your mental health, too.

Garmin Vivomove HR smartwatch

8 fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

Garmin Vivomove HR smartwatch

This stylish hybrid smartwatch is unique because of its display and precision watch hands. However, the watch hands will dynamically move away every time you check other parameters. This gives you a full view of your health statistics or even messages.

Fitbit Ionic Fitness Smartwatch

8 fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

Fitbit Ionic Fitness Smartwatch

Securing around your wrist in total comfort, this wearable gives you everything you need. The Ionic Smartwatch is affordable yet feature-rich. It runs on Fitbit OS which will allow third-party apps.

Huawei Band 2 Series Smart Wearables

8 fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

Huawei Band 2 Series Smart Wearables

This range of wrist wearables includes the Band 2 and the Band 2 Pro. Both feature a seamless construction to make all-day wear as comfortable as possible. Coming in three colors, the Band 2 gives you effortless fitness tracking capabilities.

Bodytrak Wearable Biometric Smart Sensor

8 fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

Bodytrak Wearable Biometric Smart Sensor

Resting inside your ear, it’s packed with sensors to track your movements. Using Bluetooth and ANT+, the Bodytrak device communicates with your smartphone as well as Garmin devices. With this in place, all of your information goes to a single system of record so you can review and improve.

Biostrap Wearable Health Platform

8 fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

Biostrap Wearable Health Platform

With a wristband and a shoe pad, this device tracks your entire body and its movements. The Biostrap automatically monitors your activities and comes with the ability to train and quantify any workout.

Aupalla 21 HR Fitness Tracker

8 fitness trackers to kickstart your resolutions

Aupalla 21 HR Fitness Tracker

This wrist wearable works tirelessly all day to track your body. At its most basic, the 21 HR is an activity tracker. It records your steps with ease. However, the intelligent software inside goes much further.

The list does not stop here. We have an entire category of wearable tech gadgets to keep you moving.

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Cassie Ousta is co-founder and Project Manager at Gadget Flow Inc. Investor, with a background in Shipping and Management and passionate about art.

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