No Fitbit 10th anniversary celebration would be complete without a bit of blog nostalgia. Although the first post went up in September 2008, it wasn’t until early 2015 that production started ramping up. Since then Fitbit has published close to 900 articles designed to help you Get Moving, Eat Well, Feel Good, Be Inspired, and stay abreast of Fitbit News. Below, the 10 articles you loved the most—and keep coming back to. As Fitbit heads into its next decade, expect more where these came from.
Top 10 Fitbit Articles (So Far.)
10. 3 New Features Make Exercising With Fitbit Better Than Ever
Track your workout stats and personalize your exercise experience in more ways than ever before.
Research shows regular exercise can help you catch better Zzz’s. Learn more about the sleep-sweat connection.
Your daily bread can be a good source of healthy whole grains. Check out the six best loaves to drop in your grocery cart, from super sprouted to extra seeded.
A new clock face, a do-not-disturb option, and more! Learn all the ways your Charge 2 just got smarter, more intuitive, and easier to use.
Want to drop a few extra pounds? Clearing the clutter in your home (and life) could help make that goal a reality.
This bright and colorful redesign will give you a better snapshot of your overall activity.
You’ve seen the headlines: sitting is the new smoking. Ready to take action? The latest features from Fitbit will help you get out of your seat.
Concerned about heart disease, or simply aiming for optimal health? Smart choices make a big difference. Discover which superfoods do the most for your heart.
Gulping down green tea. Chomping on chilies. Heaving heavy weights around. Are there really any tricks that can fire up your metabolism?
And in the number one spot (drum roll, please)…
1. Should You Really Take 10,000 Steps a Day
Your daily step goal could be as individual as your fitness plan. Here’s how to find your magic number.
This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.