“It took me almost two years to get here. But this is my forever lifestyle now,” says Mary, who gained her health back after losing the extra pounds.
When an injury sidelined Todd D., food became his pastime and the pounds piled on. But he managed to get his health back on track—one step at a time.
After wearing a size 3X for 6 years, Kim G. saw her health slipping. She started walking with a Fitbit One, dropped 80 pounds, and today feels better than ever!
Ever promised to start a health kick “next week,” only to watch Monday come and go without a change? Learn how Katherine C. got out of that pattern.
If you’ve been hitting your daily 10,000 steps, maybe it’s time to up the ante. This man did, and the results were incredible!
Becky P. could always get in her steps. But she never seemed to be able to hit her weight goal. Until she used her Fitbit Charge HR to find a new level of fit.
Dorothy and Vilnis M. have always been active together, but even their healthy lifestyle got an upgrade when they each started wearing a Fitbit Charge HR.
On paper, Moira M., a 54-year-old writer in Plymouth, MA, sounds like she’s always been really healthy. “I’ve been an athlete all my life,” she says. “I’m an expert skier and a tennis player who wins club championships.” But the reality was, Moira was overweight. “I lived in denial because I was still so active, but I could tell I...
Luis R., a 37-year-old technician from Bel Air, MD, had tried and failed many times to lose weight. “I weighed 323 pounds, wore a size 52 pants, and XXXL shirt,” he says. “I was sick of being fat and people kept telling me that I needed to lose weight for my health, but that just made me feel more frustrated. I knew that for it to stick, I...
Nobody proves that small steps can have a big impact more than Yolanda H., 57, from Corona, CA. “I did my first 5k when I turned 40, when a friend suggested we walk one for charity,” she says. “I just loved it—the atmosphere, people cheering for you, and crossing the finish line felt so great. I was so sore after that I could barely walk...