You might be surprised to know that the perfect fit is a subjective thing.
But that’s not the case when it comes to fitness, according to Dr. Chris S. Vercetti, a fitness therapist, author and founder of Fitbit.com.
“The biggest mistake is the one that we make with the people we train,” says Vercetti.
“When we think about a fit, we don’t think about it as a number.
It’s a person.”
Specially designed Fitbit devices are used to track every activity a person does every day.
The devices are designed to help you get the most out of your time, but Vercettsi says that they can be very hard to wear for people who are not into fitness.
So how can you tell if a fitness band is right for you?
“People think of Fitbits as being very sensitive, but they are actually very soft,” he says.
“It’s about how you use it.”
One thing that’s always helpful is the bands are waterproof.
If you’re wearing it on a hot day, Vercetis says that the water should be flowing around the band, and the water pressure should be minimal.
If it’s hot outside, the band can become too big, so try to wear it with the bands under your clothing to minimize the water impact.
But if it’s cold outside and you need to wear the band under your shirt, make sure it’s not too tight.
If the band is too tight, it may not allow you to move your arms as you exercise.
Another thing that helps to get a better fit is that you can wear it for longer.
“I recommend wearing it for two hours a day, for two or three days a week, because that way you’re not putting pressure on the wrist,” Vercetsi says.
In addition, you can also take a look at the bands shape and the material of the band itself.
“For the smaller bands, the silicone is very soft, and for the larger ones, the material is more rigid,” he adds.
When it comes down to it, Viscettis says there are three things that are important when it is time to wear a Fitbit: It’s the shape, the size and the fit.
But with so many Fitbits out there, there are a lot of different styles, colors, sizes and even different bands.
Viscetis is a certified Fitbit expert, and he recommends the Fitbit Signature, which is a smart, wearable fitness tracker with sensors that monitor the heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, breathing rate and heart rate variability.
“You can wear this for two weeks straight without any issues,” Viscetsi adds.
The Fitbit Power has a smaller size, and it has a metal frame, so you need a bit more support, Vascettis explains.
He also recommends getting a pair of the smaller Fitbit Charge HR or Charge HR 2, which can be worn for longer periods of time.
But the bigger, more premium Fitbit Surge is a perfect fit for anyone who is interested in getting more in-depth fitness information and monitoring.
The Surge also has a heart rate monitor, a heart monitoring device and a GPS that can be used for tracking workouts.
The Charge HR and Charge HR2 have a heart monitor and GPS, but it can be difficult to wear them without putting pressure in your wrist.
They’re also harder to wear in the heat, because of the silicone, Vastesi says, and can feel like they’re going to get hot.
“People tend to say, ‘Oh, I like it in the summer,’ but it’s also very hard,” Vastysi says of the Surge and Charge.
“And if you do go out, the heat is going to increase, so that’s why you have to be careful with it.”
Viscottis also recommends going for the Power, since it has the GPS, heart rate sensor, and heart monitoring features, and has a bigger battery.
But as for the smaller models, the Surge or Charge, the only way to really know is to try them on, which may be a little difficult if you have other fitness goals in mind.
When you’re done with your Fitbit, Vancettis recommends keeping the band in your pocket.
If your phone is too small, it can take up more of your pocket space, so it’s important to wear this size band with the headphones on, or at least with the power on.