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Staying healthy and fit when you’re stuck in the house—with a fully stocked snack pantry and a very comfortable couch—can be a challenge, but it’s certainly not a lost cause. Whether you emerge for a daily run or squeeze in at-home workouts, working up a sweat can actually ease the stress and anxiety that might be building up.
A powerhouse activity tracker like the FitBit Charge 3 can keep you honest while also providing a holistic overview of your health on any given day. We spotted this holy grail of wearable workout buddies and it’s just $110 at QVC right now, or a savings of $40 from its usual list price.
The FitBit Charge 3—which, by the way, comes in not only steely Graphite but also chic Rose Gold—packs so many state-of-the-art features into one lightweight, Bluetooth-enabled device that we’re out of breath just reading them off. Like most fitness trackers, it acts as the ultimate personal trainer, keeping tabs on every step you take, flight you climb and calorie you burn.
The gadget—more than 26 percent off right now with free shipping and the option to commit to six payments of $18.33 a month with QVC’s “Easy Pay” option—also continuously monitors your heart rate, sleep stages and the number of minutes you stay active, so it has your back 24/7. It lets you set exercise goals and then holds you to them, even syncing all your stats automatically to both your computer and smartphone, so you can always access an overview of your health.
But this activity tracker has a few next-level features, too, like female health tracking and even a feature that will conduct guided breathing sessions, just in case you need some impromptu meditation (and who doesn’t these days?).
Because life does go on—and you might even still be working and conducting meetings remotely—wearing the FitBit Charge 3 means you don’t have to be glued to your smartphone while you get your workout in. All calls, texts and calendar alerts are forwarded to your wearable tracker.
According to Gallup, one in five adults is already wearing an activity tracker. In addition to everything they track, these smart devices are especially adept at one important skill: motivating you to stay active, according to Runner’s World. Start putting your health into perspective and put $40 back in your pocket in the process, right now on QVC.
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