Fitness tracking watches can be great if you love pouring over data about your training progress and want to track how you’re developing over long periods of time.
They can give you accurate data on step counts, resting heart rate, sleep analysis and much more as well as providing activity apps which can make your sessions more engaging and enjoyable.
Here are five of the best fitness tracking watches you can buy in 2020.
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro
Garmin is rightly one of the biggest names on the fitness watch scene and the Fenix range is their premium product. The 6 Pro has pretty much everything you might want, including music storage, maps and extremely in-depth data analysis. A battery life of 36 hours in GPS tracking mode and over a week in smartwatch mode is also mightily impressive.
Apple Watch Series 6
If you have an iPhone then the Apple Watch could be the best option for you. As well as being one of the most highly sought after smartwatches around, it’s great for tracking workouts and provides tons of data, including blood oxygen levels and in-depth sleep tracking.
Garmin Vivoactive 4
The Vivoactive 4 maintains a fair amount of the slick Garmin features at a fraction of the price of the Fenix 6 Pro. It will let you track a host of activities from golf to paddleboarding and provides sleep tracking as well as stress monitoring, although you don’t get quite as much data as you do in some of the pricier options.
The Fitbit Sense’s major USP is it’s electrodermal activity sensor - which is the first of its kind in a wearable - that helps to track stress levels. It also tracks skin temperature to give detailed sleep statistics and electrocardiogram monitoring to detect abnormalities in heart rate rhythm.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2
If you have a Samsung smartphone then this offering is worth looking into. It does everything you’d expect from a fitness tracking watch, including activity tracking, heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking. Its modern design is easy on the eye too.
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