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Share on Linkedin Share. A fitness tracker's app matters. Whether on your phone or on the web, the app is absolutely vital because it is where you make sense of the information the tracker collects. Fitbit has one of the best apps and websites we've tested. It lets you record all kinds of data that many other companies don't, such as calories consumed, allergy severity, and stress level.

If you want total body analysis, look for a system that incorporates a smart bathroom scale. Fitbit, Nokia formerly Withings , and Polar, and do. These send your weight directly to your account, so you can't cheat the system by entering a lower number.

The QardioBase 2 is another top choice, especially for pregnant women. Several fitness trackers have some smartwatch functionality, and some smartwatches have fitness features, too. The Fitbit Ionic comes close to blending both worlds, but at the moment it still lags far behind the Apple Watch in terms of third-party app support.

Ultimately, a smartwatch is different than a fitness tracker, so make sure your heart is in the right place and you know which device you want. Fitness trackers put fitness tracking first! See our list of The Best Smartwatches for recommendations in that category. With so many good fitness trackers on the market right now, and promising ones on the horizon, it's hard to contain them all in just one list.

We've limited our picks here to trackers that have scored four stars or higher, but there are lots of other very good options out there that might be right for you. We update this list monthly, so make sure to check back for our latest recommendations.

And for the very latest reviews, see our Fitness Trackers product guide. Featured in This Roundup 1. Built-in continuous heart rate monitor. Automatically tracks activities, calories, distance, steps, stairs, and sleep. Relax mode leads deep-breathing exercises. The Fitbit Charge 2 does everything the Fitbit Charge HR can, along with new idle alerts, automatic activity tracking, guided breathing sessions, interchangeable bands, and the option to connect your phone for GPS.

Great features for runners. Tracks wide range of activities. May feel heavy and bulky to some. Sleek, lightweight design with lots of style options. Guided workouts with Fitbit Coach. Supports female health tracking. Swapping straps isn't easy. More in-depth sleep tracking and insights over its predecessor. Accurate heart rate and step count readings. Screen is occasionally unresponsive. Buckle feels a bit flimsy. This may be the device you've been waiting for.

Built-in GPS and heart rate monitor. Controls music playback on phone. No access to Connect IQ app store. Great automated activity-tracking options. A little expensive for a sports band. Includes audio coaching when used with phone. Clear and specific feedback. No ability to pair a heart rate monitor.

Doesn't estimate recovery time, ground contact time, VO2 max, or race time goals. Automatically and accurately tracks activities. Requires tool to switch bands. It is human nature to want to feel that someone cares for us, that we have friends and that people enjoy our company.

Humans are genetically predisposed to want to be together and to be connected. It is one of our evolutionary traits. And by observing, interacting and engaging with others, our mirror neurons allow us to learn from one another and feel what others are feeling. Further, this is one of the key wants social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and MySpace meet.

To be desired by others. Some believe that all human motivation comes down to wanting to be desired by others. Freud popularized this concept pitting the id against the superego and ego. And even though brands have been targeting this want since the beginning -- and people are aware of brands' efforts in this area -- it has not lost any of its effectiveness.

Axe can't make their message to guys any clearer: To be free to do what we want. The desire to be free has been a guiding principal of humankind for the past , years. Throughout history, societies have banded together to fight for their freedom, from early civilizations in Greece, through the dark ages and Renaissance, the French and American Revolutions, and the abolition of slavery and both world wars. The desire to be free is such a dominant human want that, time after time, we have given our lives to satisfy it.

Financial brands such as Fidelity, Citi and Mastercard were built by focusing on this want, as were brands such as Harley-Davidson, Southwest, Nutrisystem and even Norwegian Cruise Lines. To grow and become more. Humans, unlike animals, do not come programmed with the skills we need. We begin as blank slates, yet within the first five years of our lives, we learn to perform many of the skills we will use throughout our lifetime. But then what happens?

Is there ever another five-year period where we grow as much? Most would say no, and yet our brains are conditioned from childhood to grow and learn. Because of this, our mind is constantly striving to satisfy the function it has been conditioned to perform: When you think of Monster, Kindle, Bally and Kaplan, don't they all brilliantly leverage this want to their advantage?

To serve others and give back. More than 60 million people performed more than 8 billion hours of service last year. As children we are fully dependent on our parents. Those early memories of our mothers and fathers serving our every need, unselfishly giving to protect, care and nurture, are deeply ingrained in our minds and condition us to want to serve others and give back.

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