Fitbit Blog – 10.15.18 (10.12.18)
From reaching for stainless steel drinking straws to opting for reusable canvas totes, environmental consciousness has grown considerably lately. It’s a trend that’s even making its way into fitness with plogging—a Swedish-born fitness craze started by environmentalist Erik Ahlstrom gaining in popularity around the globe.
Read more: Plogging: The New Running Trend You Should Try
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Vigorous exercise can be exhilarating, to be sure, but the key to a long, healthy life is simply taking regular walks. That’s the conclusion of a pair of studies published recently in the British Journal of Sports Medicine and the American Journal of Preventative Medicine. In both studies, researchers found that those who walked consistently had a 20 percent reduction in all-cause mortality. Those in the British study were 24 percent less likely to die from heart disease.
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Fitbit Blog – 9.25.18 (9.21.18)
When I first arrived in Los Angeles, the mecca of fitness, I was a young personal trainer with my sights set on working with celebrities. And I wasn’t the only one. At the time, there seemed to be more “celebrity trainers” than actual celebrities. If someone trained the meteorologist from a local news station, they called themselves a celebrity trainer. As a result, I became uncomfortable being identified that way, even as my client roster grew to contain Hollywood stars.
Read more: How Celebrities Really Supercharge Their Training
Fitbit Blog – 9.15.18 (9.13.18)
Earlier this year Fitbit released Fitbit Ace, a fitness tracker designed especially for kids. It was created to help motivate kids to move more and help families get fit and stay active together. But while encouraging joyful movement and healthful eating is smart, it’s important to recognize that it can also be tricky.
Read more: Talking To Your Kids About Health and Fitness Can Be Tricky—Here Are 6 Expert-Approved Tips
Fitbit Blog – 9.5.18 (9.4.18)
Most people have more than 80 apps installed on their phones—and spend a little more than 2 hours a day using them. That’s a lot of time that might be better spent, well, getting stuff done.
Read more: 6 Apps for People Who Think They’re Too Busy for Apps