Most people wear fitness trackers to measure a number of calories you burn while exercising. But have you ever wondered that they could be inaccurate for the most part? It is a known fact that they use info from your heart rate sensor to predict the total amount of calories. But what if you have the option to use something much more accurate than that? Yes, if that is what you are looking for, then new Path Fitness band is just the right thing for you. It analyses how you breathe and gives you relevant info to measure the calories burnt.
Now you might ask how is it different from the conventional fitness bands? Well, first of all, it is worth noting that your body starts to burn carbohydrates when you keep exercising for a prolonged period of time. This info gets unnoticed by the conventional fitness bands. But the Path band, on the other hand, analyses how you breathe and give accurate info about this. Using it is also very easy. All you have to do is, wear the fitness band and use the BREATH for about 5 minutes once a month while you take a walk or perform the activity of your choice. It measures your oxygen and CO2 levels during each stage to predict your 24-hour metabolism to the minute.
The FAT band tracks a user’s active minutes and intelligently guides the user to reach optimal fat burn with a 24-hour heart rate monitor and a pulsing LED light. And all this works beautifully with the app. The app is designed to alert the user and give simple, achievable exercise recommendations. The app uses both metabolic and heart rate information to predict the intensity and exact minutes of exercise each user needs to achieve specific fitness goals. Do make a note here that the app will work on both Android and iOS devices. You can check the source link for more details on how it works and other useful insight etc. We can’t wait for them finish this up and start shipping them by July 2017. Stay tuned for more info on this.
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