Fitbit Charge 5 is better than expected

the new Fitibit Charge 5 It is based on the advanced features of the previous model, providing a more elegant body, roundness and new stripes. A more efficient (but brighter) AMOLED color display has been added, which helps it get up to seven days of battery life.

The Fitbit Charge 5 also has some celebrity insolence behind it, with Will Smith saying it helped him lose his “dad’s body” (he took Instagram earlier this year to admit he was at the worst of this life). The new Fitbit model is not just an ordinary tracker. Along with the normal health metrics most trackers rate, such as steps, fitness, sleep and general well-being, buyers will get a free six-month trial of Fitbit Premium, a new service that gives you advice on health and fitness plus access to over 500 workout sessions, mindfulness and nutrition.

Fitbit's new Charge 5 health and fitness tracker offers a sleeker design and more features.
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With the daily standby feature, the Charge 5 will tell you every morning if your body is ready to sweat or if a recovery session is needed instead. When you wake up, you will get a result based on your fitness stress (previous activity), heart rate variability, and sleep quality. There will also be an analysis of how you got that score, along with health and fitness suggestions such as a recommended target activity goal, and workouts or sessions that can help you make targeted decisions for your body that day.

The updated device will also track your stress, breathing rate, skin temperature change, and the oxygen saturation in your blood. The Charge 5 includes GPS, 20 workout modes, automatic exercise identification and V02 max estimation, and access to ECG application while watching heart health 24/7 push notifications to you if your heart rate is above or below personal ranges.

Fitbit's new Charge 5 health and fitness tracker offers a sleeker design and more features.
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The Fitbit Premium free trial will also include an exclusive content series developed and introduced with Will Smith, and will be released on September 27. It will include video sessions involving Smith and his coaching team, as well as other health and wellness programs specifically designed to focus on both physical and mental strength.

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