An affordable, fitness tracker for the fashion-forward — the new activity trackers from Amazfit are both stylish and functional.
I’m a major advocate for functional fitness.
Sure, I love a good hour-long sweat sesh at my favorite yoga studio, but I think it’s equally important to stay active outside of scheduled workouts. That means incorporating movement into everyday activities — playing with Mr. Chow, walking to coffee, taking the stairs when possible, etc.
Saying I’m going to “stay active” is much easier than actually doing it though and there are many days I think I’ve moved more than I actually have — which is why I love activity trackers.
There’s no room for self-deception with an activity tracker. If I look down at my phone/wrist and see that I’ve taken a mere 2000 steps, I know I need to step it up.
Most fitness experts say 10,000 steps is the magic number for maintaining overall health.
I’ve tried a lot of fitness trackers in the past though, and none of them have stuck around too long.
Truth be told, most of them are pretty unattractive. While they may look fine at the gym, I’m not exactly going to sport a bulky, black device with a cocktail dress or wear it to a formal occasion.
Much like the oversized cell phones of the 80’s though, fitness trackers have come a long way from their unstylish origins and one new brand in particular has really bridged the gap between functional and fashionable.
Amazfit activity trackers have the important attributes of most popular devices — tracking steps, calories burned, sleep, and vibrating alerts for incoming calls — while also being uber-stylish and comfortable.
With luxe details like rose gold and premium white leather, and the ability to wear it as a necklace or bracelet, the design fits easily with your everyday style. They’re also super affordable. The style I’m wearing is called the “Moonbeam” and it’s on sale for $55.
Got a fashionable friend or family member to shop for this holiday? Use the code MYAMAZFIT for 40% off all Amazfit products!
Get the look:
Weigh In: Do you use an activity tracker? If so, is yours as stylish as this one?!
*This post is sponsored by Amazfit but all opinions are my own.