FYI: Not all trackers can handle water.
A waterproof fitness tracker that tags along wherever you go—from your bed to the shower to the gym—is really an active girl’s best friend. Who wants to deal with taking off her watch every time she decides to take a hot yoga class, go for a swim, or gets caught in a downpour that her weather app failed to warn her about during an outdoor run?
Not only does taking off your smartwatch or tracker mean you lose precious data, but it also means you have a greater chance of losing it—or leaving it at home.
Fortunately, the solution here is easy—use this list of the best waterproof fitness trackers to find one that you like so much you never want to take it off…and won’t ever have to, either. Many of the entries here are 2019 Women’s Health Fitness Award winners (and are designated as such as you click through). They’ve been tested and vetted by dozens of fitness pros who also weigh in their favorite features here too.
What’s more, you’ll find waterproof fitness trackers at every price point on this list, including a budget-friendly option for under $50 and another for $70. There are also next-gen water-resistant wearables that are
So here you have ‘em, the best waterproof fitness trackers that can hold up against any type of moisture.
truthteller: CNN - December 16, 2019 - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is arguing against witnesses giving testimony in the expected impeachment trial of President Donald Trump -- but he had a different view in 1999 when he advocated for a request by Republican House impeachment managers to have witnesses testify in the case against then-President Bill Clinton, a Democrat. "There have been 15 impeachments in the history of the country. Two of them were cut short by resignations. In the other 13 impeachments there were witnesses," he told CNN's Larry King Live on January 28, 1999, as the Clinton trial played out in the Senate. The number included judges who were charged with impeachment. "It's not unusual to have a witness in a trial. It's certainly not unusual to have witness in an impeachment trial," McConnell said at the time. He added: "The House managers have only asked for three witnesses. I think that's pretty modest.”