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    Default Fitbit users out there?

    I'm going terribly. I'll fill in more later.

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    Hey! Yeeeeeeah not so great. I'm like a yoyo

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    Fallen off the wagon since Easter.

    I know I have to get back on to it but man it's so hard to get motivated to start again!

    I've been so slack I haven't even worn my Fitbit in about a month !

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    I've seen a nutritionist and had weight loss. Then I've gone on a bit of a bad food binge. I've weighed myself for the first time in ages and I'm about 1kg heavier than when I started. Exercise wise I'm doing ok. I've been going to the gym, however when my daughter is sick I can't put her in the crèche. I've just got the Charge HR which I love. I would be happy to do another challenge.

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    @meredithgrey. The Charge HR is fairly accurate with the HR. I have read that people have checked it against a chest strap and it was off but against the machines in the gym it's good. I used to wear a chest strap and it would go to zero and I was always fiddling with it so this is good enough for my purposes. They give you info on how to wear it properly and you just need to experiment with it. You do have to press a button on the side until you come to HR. If you want to just lift your wrist to check your HR on a run this isn't for you.

    I use it as my watch, but again you have to press the button or tap twice to see the time. I imagine this is to save battery. I find it comfortable on my wrist.

    I am now used to pressing to check the time (half the time I'd forget my watch and have to pull out my phone so it's quicker than that). I check my heart rate at the gym if I feel it's getting a bit high or not high enough, but I do my analysis when I get home through the app.

    Overall I would recommend it however it would really depend what you were hoping to get from it. Hope this helps.

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    Challenge starting Saturday 4th if anyone's interested?

    https://matchup.io/challenges/7416/9k-a-day-challenge

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    Thanks Qrazelna. I've joined

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Thanks!

    Now have a charge HR and an aria scale!!

    App and dashboard all seem quite easy to use. I like the ability to log how much water I've drunk as I sometimes forget about that.

    Not too sure about logging food as I don't count calories when making food....
    Ooh exciting! you can join our challenge if you like!

    I have the Fitbit one which I just clip onto my undies

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    Oh I hope you like it @meredithgrey! I've just customized mine a bit today and turned on the phone call notification which has been handy. I have the aria scale too and it's been really great. Automatically uploading is easy and it stops me from weighing myself all the time.

    I log my food through My Fitness Pal (when I'm logging) as their food database is huge. It automatically syncs across to Fitbit. But you really do have to be determined to do it as it is time consuming (especially at the start). Hopefully you can join our challenge and get a bit of step motivation happening right away!

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    @Taffabella are you going to dust off your Fitbit and join the challenge?


 

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