You may not have heard of Fitbug before, but the wearable fitness tracking device maker was one of the first companies in the now booming fit-tech space.

Fitbug Launches New Suite of Health Trackers

You may not have heard of Fitbug before, but the wearable fitness tracking device maker was one of the first companies in the now booming fit-tech space.

PUSH: The first fitness tracking device that measures strength. A nice example of motion graphics as overlays on live action

PUSH: The first fitness tracking device that measures strength. A nice example of motion graphics as overlays on live action

BodyMedia to Modify Fitness Tracking Devices to Monitor Chronic Diseases

BodyMedia to Modify Fitness Tracking Devices to Monitor Chronic Diseases

If you keep one step ahead of the newest gadgets, you’re probably among the 21 percent of Americans using technology to track your health. The latest tools ar

4 Best Tips for Using Fitness-tracking Devices

If you keep one step ahead of the newest gadgets, you’re probably among the 21 percent of Americans using technology to track your health. The latest tools ar

www.BananaWindDesign.etsy.com. Fashionable Bands for fitness tracking devices - Fitbit Flex, Fitbit Charge, Fitbit ChargeHR

www.BananaWindDesign.etsy.com. Fashionable Bands for fitness tracking devices - Fitbit Flex, Fitbit Charge, Fitbit ChargeHR

Fitness tracking device: Official Fitbit Store – Welcome

Fitness tracking device: Official Fitbit Store – Welcome

#fitwolverine Well | Taking the (Often Imprecise) Measure of Stress  Now, a number of new devices are sold as stress trackers, measuring signs of stress the way fitness tracking devices monitor steps and movement. http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/11/16/taking-the-often-imprecise-measure-of-stress/

Taking the (Often Imprecise) Measure of Stress

#fitwolverine Well | Taking the (Often Imprecise) Measure of Stress Now, a number of new devices are sold as stress trackers, measuring signs of stress the way fitness tracking devices monitor steps and movement. http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/11/16/taking-the-often-imprecise-measure-of-stress/

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