The ‘quantified self’ idea has attracted a lot of attention recently, and with good reason. Quantified self technology allows us to track our daily activities, making it easier to get a real idea of how active we are, and to stay motivated too. You can get quantified self apps for your phone, use your Apple Watch as a fitness tracker, or get dedicated fitness trackers made by companies like Withings or Jawbone – which is the best choice for you will depend on how much money you are willing to spend, and which features you want. Almost any device can act as a decent pedometer these days, but for fancier features, you’ll need a dedicated fitness tracker.
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