Fitness bands are one of the biggest trends in 2017, and they’ve been getting bigger and bigger.
Now that it’s summer, many fitness brands are launching new products that take advantage of the trend, but not everyone is thrilled about the new trend.
While many people are excited about the idea of wearable fitness bands, there are also some who are against the trend.
According to a survey conducted by fitness-focused website Fitocracy, “fitness bands can make you sick, even if you don’t use them regularly.”
Some people, including some of the makers of Fitocracy’s survey, say they think the bands are more dangerous than the products themselves.
“There’s nothing inherently dangerous about these bands,” the survey’s authors wrote in an article.
“I’ve never used a band that didn’t make me feel sick.
There’s just no reason why I should be using one if they’re just a safety hazard.”
Fitness band manufacturers, which include Jawbone, Adidas, and Fitbit, all have their own opinions on whether fitness bands actually cause harm, but the most common complaint comes from those who say they aren’t getting enough exercise, and that fitness bands don’t fit into their regular fitness routine.
Some people also feel that the bands can be uncomfortable to wear, and feel they can’t stand up in front of them while wearing them.
One brand, Fitocracy says, doesn’t feel the need to offer a range of sizes, and instead has offered the Fitocracy SmartFit band, which it says is designed for women who “want to look and feel the way they feel the most.”
Fitocracy also says the Fitbit Flex band is designed specifically for people who are “fit but don’t want to look like they’re fat.”
But the company does offer a variety of bands for women that are more comfortable, including the Fit-Fit FitBand.