Gather, Fitbitters! With American Heart Month in full swing and National Wear Red Day for women’s heart health on February 7, we’re here to help you spike your heart rate and keep your health and fitness goals going strong. Consider encouraging your mom, sister, grandma, or whomever to one of the world-class workouts or experiences Fitbit has available, and let this month set you up for continued success down the road:
Amp up your fitness journey with curated workouts by real trainers from GOLD’S GYM right on your wrist. This smartwatch app enables you to choose from workouts across four popular categories: Bodyweight, Treadmill, Stair Climber and Core.
Add runs and rides to Strava’s smartwatch app to get Fitbit credit for your active minutes and calories burned, and see how that workout impacts your day.
Want to see how your latest workout stacks up against the rest? Connect your Peloton and Fitbit accounts to automatically see your detailed metrics in your Fitbit mobile app dashboard—including workout length, distance traveled, and calories burned from every ride.*
Are you keeping up with your coaches’ training program? Connect your TrainingPeaks and Fitbit account and you’ll automatically see completed workouts and exercise data from your Fitbit watch or tracker instantly uploaded to your TrainingPeaks calendar.
Bring your furry best friend with you on your fitness journey. With the FitBark clock face, you can see your health data, that of your pup, and his or her whereabouts at a moment’s glance. Ready to get healthy together?
These exercises and activities, which you can find on the Fitbit Versa Family and Ionic smartwatches, provide unique health and fitness options to encourage you and your loved ones to achieve goals in a fun and enjoyable way. Get going!
*Some Fitbit devices automatically track heart rate, which will appear in your Fitbit dashboard but will not sync with the heart rate feature on your Peloton bike’s touchscreen at this time. If you would like to track your heart rate on the Peloton bike, you will need an ANT+ compatible heart rate monitor.
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.