The Fitbit Flex wristband counts any movement as steps, including manual wheelchair propelling. It tracks distance, calories burned, active minutes and sleep patterns.
Fitbit trackers use a 3-axis accelerometer to turn acceleration of the body into digital measurements, such as information about frequency, duration, intensity and patterns of movement.
The Fitbit tracker uses an algorithm to track motion. If motion is large enough to meet the set threshold, it’s counted as a step.
The tracker can be synced with the Fitbit app, available
for iOS, Android and Windows. The app allows you to track pace, time and distance, to see exercise statistics, how your performance is improving and interaction with others to share your progress.
To find out more on how to sync the Fitbit Flex to your smartphone,
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