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Published in Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine, researchers found that pairing a physical activity tracker such as a Fitbit was related to greater success with weight loss, with those wearing activity trackers being 40% more likely to achieve a 5% BMI

Members pairing a wearable fitness tracker are 40% more likely to achieve 5% BMI reduction

Researchers at Virginia Tech, University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Georgia State University have been studying the impact of physical activity trackers on weight loss and overall engagement in a wellness program. In a peer-reviewed paper recently published in the Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), researchers analyzed members of incentaHEALTH’s Weigh […]

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