After working out on and off over the past year or so, I was feeling next to no motivation. I was seeing a difference on the weight scale and my clothes were getting much more loose. I even found myself needing to go to the store to buy new things that fit me better. But I was getting bored. I needed more. After stumbling across a Fitbit Surge review one night, I was surprised to see that I suddenly felt great interest and curiosity again. It is tracks your fitness data like no other tracker does, so I bought one.
Over the years, I had seen other trackers in stores. They were all so very expensive, though. They only held limited interest for me because it is best that I do not spend much time learning about a product that I will never be able to afford. But this particular tracker is budget friendly for what it keeps track of for you. It really does make working out much simpler.
You can sync it up to your smartphone which is important because it allows you to see your stats in real time on your phone and keep track of it an app. I used to have to map out the distance and the routes that I take for my weekly runs, but once I got one of these fantastic gadgets, it does all the work for me. It even tells me how far I have traveled in seconds or minutes.
It used to be that while I was on a run, I would try to mentally tally up how many calories I had burned. I did this to help keep myself interested, but then that was not easy to do and I would quickly give up doing it soon after. But this tracker handles it for me, and it keeps me going.