The next frontier in exercise? New workout apps

New workout app technologies like Fitbit and Apple Watch have brought us fitness-tracking gadgets with built-in fitness apps, like Nike FuelBand and Fitbit Surge, but what’s next for fitness tracking in the fitness app world?

It’s an industry where new tools are emerging for fitness monitoring, and it’s an area where many companies are taking cues from Fitbit.

And there are many, many more companies trying to compete with Fitbit’s fitness apps. 

I think it’s fair to say that Fitbit is very much in the middle of this ecosystem right now, so I was excited to get my hands on a Fitbit Charge HR.

The Charge HR is the first fitness tracker that features a GPS module built into its casing, allowing users to track their running, cycling, and walking activity, as well as their heart rate and fitness metrics. 

As you’d expect from a fitness tracker, the Charge HR’s design is very similar to that of the Fitbit Active, and the Charge is a premium product.

While Fitbit has made it a goal to have a fitness tracking device that’s both attractive and functional, the Active was a solid first attempt at a wearable fitness tracker. 

The Charge HR, like many fitness trackers, has an LCD display that displays your heart rate, your activity levels, and your calorie burn, as opposed to a traditional GPS tracker, which tracks your location and activity.

Fitbit says the Charge uses GPS to track your heart rates, but it’s not the GPS-based technology that’s usually found in fitness trackners.

Instead, the heart rate sensor is a more advanced, battery-operated device. 

When I took my first step on the Charge, I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to use the FitBit Connect app to see how my heart rate was, as I was able to see my activity levels and heart rate at the same time. 

However, as with many fitness tracking products, the Fitbits Connect app doesn’t have a dedicated heart rate monitor that can be used for daily or weekly activity tracking.

Instead it’s a more general fitness tracker app, and for most users that’s the only way to track and analyze their activity. 

On the other hand, I found that the FitBits Connect app does a good job of capturing my activity and heart rates in real time, though it lacks the ability to export to other apps.

While I found the Fitbits Connect to be quite useful, I’m not a fan of the lack of integration with other apps, as it can be quite frustrating to see what I did during the day and forget about it later on. 

Despite the lack or inability to export my heart rates to other Fitbit apps, the fact that the Charge does an excellent job of tracking my heart-rate and activity levels while I was walking around the neighborhood was a very interesting experience. 

While it was easy to see that I was exercising while walking around, it was also nice to see some of my running pace, as the FitBattery app does an incredible job of keeping track of my steps, and I was actually impressed by how easy the Fitbike app was to track. 

Fitbit’s Fitbit Connect app was very easy to use, with the main interface showing the current steps and calories burned for a specific day, week, or month.

I could also track my weight and the average weight for each day, as my Fitbit FitTrack app does. 

It was also a lot easier to see where I was at during the workouts I did, as Fitbit provides me with a workout log, which can be helpful in finding specific workouts to focus on, as there’s a lot of information that can go into a typical workout.

Fitbills Connect also offers me an option to view my exercise history and share it with friends and family. 

At this point, I’ve had my Fitbins Connect for several months, and while the app does have a few limitations, the only thing that really bothered me was the lack for an offline option.

FitBids Connect has a dedicated offline mode that lets you set up a Wi-Fi network, which works just fine for me. 

If you want to track a specific activity, like my running, I would suggest that you use the offline mode and connect to the FitBand’s network.

I would also suggest that Fitbids Connect use a different app, as you’ll be missing the ability for a lot more data. 

But for the majority of users, the offline functionality will suffice, and even the offline option can be useful if you need to access data at a later date. 

This is one of the main reasons that Fitbits Charge HR was so good for me, and my biggest complaint with Fitbattis Connect is that there are a few issues that I could see that could make the app a bit more useful.

For instance, the battery life on Fitbats Connect is not great