Listening to music when you exercise is a superb way to motivate you to ultimately do more repetitions or press harder, longer and stronger. Indeed, there is certainly research to the up. And, if you are anything like us these devices you play your music on is nearly as important as your trainers.
What if you could ditch your phone or music device and crank out those uplifting workout music. We take a look at the options to try and find the best fitness tracker with music. Onboard storage where in fact the music is kept on the tracker natively. Typically, they include about 3GB – 4GB of storage, enough to store around 500 – 800 tunes.
Bluetooth paired where one to stream music from a smartphone paired with your tracker. Another thing to note is that nothing of the devices feature a headphone jack and need a set of Bluetooth headphones. Influenced by which tracker you get this may have to be an additional purchase or will come specifically tailored for that tracker. Now that we are on series 4 of the Apple watch there are several models that will continue to work as a fitness tracker that play music. Another smart watch, this time from Samsung.
The waterproof Gear Fit 2 pro includes all the goodies you would expect from a high end expensive fitness tracker. Running Tizen OS provides you access to a vast selection of apps and 4GB of onboard storage space gives you to make …