Learn How to Track Your Progress with Fitness Watches
The Health Issue
Traditionally, anyone who wanted to get in better shape selected a workout routine, worked up a sweat, and hoped for the best. But even the most die-hard fitness enthusiasts have trouble determining how many calories they burn during their exercise routines. Just because your heart rate is elevated, you're breathing hard, and sweat is running down your face, doesn't mean you're exercising at your full potential. Chances are you're over-working while not being as effective as possible. So, what's the answer?
At Best Buy, we've got the lineup of fitness watches that will help you manage your fitness goals and stay on track. Not only will you be able to visually track your progress using GPS functions, you'll be able to keep your heart rate at the perfect level to reach your goals and get the most out of every minute of your workout.
Who is it for?
These high-tech fitness watches can benefit anyone, from health and fitness gurus, to casual walkers who want to track their distances. Now we all have a fitness coach we can wear right on our wrists.
How does it work?
The Nike+ Sportswatch GPS is an easy-to-use fitness aid that combines convenient USB connectivity with features that store and analyze your run history and personal records. Also, connect to the Nike+ Web site or use the free Nike+ App to get instant information on your previous workouts.
With the Garmin Forerunner 405CX GPS Fitness Watch, all your important information is right at your fingertips. Whether you want to track your running distance, pace, or even your heart rate during your workout, it's all there. And keep track of it all when you sync to your PC wirelessly.
The Polar FT7 Heart Rate Monitor is designed specifically to help you get the most out of each workout by helping you stay in your target heart rate. It even displays the calories you've burned to keep you motivated and reach your goals.
Touch the Sportline 1010 Digital Duo Heart Rate Monitor anywhere on its steel face to get on-demand heart rate information. Or, use the chest strap for continuous measurement.