There’s Even More Evidence That Fitness Trackers Don’t Work – TIME


There's Even More Evidence That Fitness Trackers Don't Work
Fitness trackers are ubiquitous, on the wrists and in the Happy Meals of thousands of Americans. But the latest evidence suggests that they don't do much to motivate people to move more. Turns out, it's really hard to persuade people to exercise—even
Fitness trackers do not increase activity enough to noticeably improve healthThe Guardian

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