Fitbit: The Complete Manual

Fitbit: The Complete Manual

Take your fitness training up a notch and monitor your progress with your Fitbit activity tracker. Get to know the brand and each of its model's features. We've also included essential running tips and training advice to help get the most out of your Fitbit.

United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd
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1 min
welcome to fitbit the complete manual

Take your fitness training up a notch and monitor your progress with Fitbit activity trackers. In this complete manual, we’ll guide you through everything you need to know to transform from a Fitbit novice into an accomplished user in no time at all. Discover more about the smartwatches that Fitbit has to offer, from the Ionic and Versa to the Alta and Charge 2 – we’ve got it all covered so there’s something for everyone. We’ve also included running tips and training advice, which will help you to get the most out of your workouts and your Fitbit activity tracker. Read on to find out more.…

5 min
an introduction to fitbit

Activity trackers are a great way to monitor your workouts in a non-intrusive manner. These kinds of devices have been on the market for years, but have recently increased in popularity as we are all becoming more aware of our health and fitness levels. Whether you’re a regular gym-goer or just looking to meet your 10,000-steps-a-day goal, there is a Fitbit wearable to suit your needs. There is a wide range of devices, from simple step counters to smart watches, and the bands can be swapped out to fit your style. Whether you’re going for a jog around the park or taking a nap, your Fitbit will have a function for helping. Some devices come with a Fitbit OS built in that allows them to use smartwatch features as well as…

3 min
fitbit zip

The Fitbit Zip may appear odd at first, as the pedometer design has evolved into the wrist-based activity trackers we see today, but there are many people who prefer the clip-on devices. A pedometer is an electronic device that counts how many steps you walk based on the motion of a person’s body. They started as small devices you could clip on to items of clothing, but as technology has improved and become more compact, it has been included in other devices such as the Fitbits seen in this book. Unlike other Fitbit devices that feature smart notifications, GPS or heart rate monitoring, the Fitbit Zip is a dedicated pedometer reminiscent of the earlier devices. What can it do? The Fitbit Zip tracks distance and calories burned as well as steps, then syncs…

3 min
fitbit ace

You may look at this device and think it looks familiar; well that is because it is incredibly similar in design to the Alta devices. The Ace is a cheaper alternative aimed towards children aged eight and above to motivate them to get active. The Ace lets the child know when they’ve reached goals with fun messages, and rewards them with badges so they can show off to their friends. It’s splash resistant, which makes it possible to wear in the shower, and it can withstand splashes from a puddle. If privacy is a concern for you, don’t worry because parents can monitor and control everything through the Fitbit app. Why is this important? According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), more than 340 million people between the ages of five to…

3 min
fitbit flex 2

Don’t let the simple appearance of the Fitbit Flex 2 fool you; just because this activity tracker doesn’t have a display, it doesn’t mean it is lacking in features. This model is a redesign of the original Flex. 30 per cent smaller than the original, this is Fitbit’s slimmest wrist-worn device. The thin wirstband can perform all of the monitoring functions of other Fibit models, such as counting steps and tracking sleep. You may be surprised to learn that despite not having a screen, it can still display call and text notifications. The bands Each Flex 2 comes with two bands: small and large, so no matter what size your wrist is, there will be one band that will fit you. The fitness tracker itself is a small device no bigger than…

3 min
fitbit alta

For some of us, the hardest part of keeping fit is finding the motivation. The Alta was designed to be a fitness motivator as well as a tracker. If, for whatever reason, you’re not as active as you should be, the Fitbit will vibrate ten minutes before the hour to let you know how close you are to reaching your hourly step goal. Reaching the goal is as simple as getting up and walking – there’s no need to navigate menus looking for the exercise option. As soon as you start to move, the Alta will detect this and begin monitoring your steps, distance and calories burnt. Alta its appearance The device comes in either Stainless Steel or a 22k Gold Plate special edition. The Alta is incredibly lightweight, so much so…