The basics of any fitness regime are eat healthier and exercise more. Here are two devices help you do both. The Withings scale
links to Wi-Fi and measures weight, BMI and lean and fat mass, and uploads your numbers to the Withings Web site
, which creates graphical time-based charts. Up to eight people can use the scale and Web site.
The FitBit Ultra
takes pedometers a step further by tracking real-time stats on steps taken, calories burned, distance travelled and—thanks to a built-in altimeter—stairs climbed. The FitBit also automatically uploads data to a tracking Web site that also allows you to record food intake and keep a journal of your progress. You can also manually enter exercise the FitBit can’t track, such as cycling and swimming. Owners of both devices can link their Withings and FitBit online accounts so they share data, and each unit has companion tablet/smartphone apps.
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