When we asked fitness professionals to recommend the best fitness trackers for all types of activities, the Versa 3 was a common favorite. Corey Lewis, a personal trainer and co-founder of the digital-wellness platform 1AND1 Life, wears his for hiking, yoga, bike-riding, and weight lifting. He likes how the Fitbit community motivates him to train harder: “They provide a leaderboard with challenges and awards and the ability to set personal goals.” Personal trainer Sean Alexander, founder of Model Trainers, also wears a Versa 3. “One of my personal-favorite features is the built-in HIIT timer that allows me to preset intervals for ‘resting’ and ‘working’ times before my workout,” he says. The Versa 3 was already cheaper than an Apple Watch. If you don’t mind giving up the voice assistant and wider app selection, the Fitbit Charge 4 also has a built-in GPS for tracking runs, provides notifications, and lets you pay with your wrist at the grocery store. And today it’s also $50 off, bringing the price down to just $100.
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