In many states, winter this year brought lots of snow and freezing temps. We've also been inside for what feels like years (thanks, pandemic). So by now we're itching to get out. Fresh air? We don't know her.
Oh, but before you head out, don’t forget to wear your mask and apply sunscreen. And if you're feeling a bit lazy, consider the positives. Research shows getting outside can be good for your health. So get moving.
It can measure number of steps, distance walked, hourly activity, active minutes, and calories burned. It’s also swim-proof, can recognize actions like biking, and can provide insight into your sleep cycle. It’ll connect to your phone via Bluetooth so you can even receive notifications. ($79.95, Amazon)
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