Whether you’re just starting out on your new fitness journey or have upped the intensity of your workout while in quarantine, a fitness tracker is essential to tracking your stats. Not only does it help you keep an eye on your metrics while exercising, but it also paints a picture of your progress over time.
But when you see the words “fitness tracker,” it’s highly likely your mind automatically thinks of one brand and one brand only: Fitbit. It also just so happens that the Google-owned company recently launched its best fitness tracker yet, the Charge 4 ($150).
In addition to a heart-rate monitor, it also packs built-in GPS, a large touchscreen display, and interchangeable straps. Having reviewed it myself, I can confidently say it’s an excellent fitness tracker that offers plenty for its price.
However, that’s not to say that it’s the only excellent tracker on the market. In