Fitbit recently enhanced its health and fitness platform to deliver personalized insight and guidance for its new features in the Fitbit and FitStar apps. Specifically, these features include better social experiences via a new Community Section and Personal Goal Setting features. Furthermore, advanced health and fitness features were also confirmed to be coming to Fitbit Blaze.
Fitbit recognizes the value of a strong support network with its new Community section. It offers an engaging social experience via various features such as:
Feed – a new social feature that provides a better way to engage friends, family and acquaintances to build your own support group. Share unforgettable moments from your daily workout routine, including exercise summaries, photos, and more. Then, read content penned by Fitbit’s health and fitness experts to further educate yourself in how to achieve your goals. You might also discover and attend workouts led by highly-talented trainers near you.
Friends – easily connects you to friends, family and other Fitbit users across the globe. You can either engage in competitive exercises, or encourage each other through messages.
Groups – find and join communities of like-minded people to make your goals easier to achieve. Get access to over 20 groups related to fitness, nutrition, wellness and weight loss!
Fitstar Personal Trainer Is Like a Gym Buddy on the Go
Now, let’s talk about the Fitstar Personal Trainer. Primarily, it offers a completely redesigned app experience that delivers better customization. Users can access recommended workouts based on daily activity, or from the Guidance tab that will soon be available. Two new certified personal trainers, named Adrian and Lea, will be the guides for your fitness journey.
Additionally, users also get to customize their personal workout soundtrack with Fitstar Radio. This feature delivers a wide variety of popular music stations to help boost the exercise experience.
Fitbit Blaze Enhances Health and Fitness
Fitbit Blaze nets a software update, extending the utility of two powerful health and fitness features in the system.
The first feature, Cardio Fitness Level, provides a snapshot of the user’s cardiovascular fitness. Meanwhile, the second, Relax, is a compilation of guided breathing sessions to help calm the body and mind in two to five minute sessions. Of course, as with most Fitbit features, it’s personalized to the user’s own breathing rate.
The updated Fitstar Personal Trainer is now available globaly on Android phones, iOS devices and online. Fitstar features English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish language modes. Meanwhile, Community gets a release date in the US around March 2017, and later this year for the rest oft he world. For Personal Goal Setting, all Fitbit app users can already avail of this feature. Finally, the Fitbit Blaze update releases globally this month.
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