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Do you wear a Fitbit?


By mcluvin

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

I've been wearing a Fitbit since 2013. Paying any attention to it? F*** no! At least until this year. Anyways got serious about losing weight and getting in some sort of shape at the beginning of the year. I'm down almost 80 pounds since then with not much more to go to a normal BMI. Just wondering if anyone else in the community is doing it.

#2 1 year ago
Quoted from mcluvin:

I've been wearing a Fitbit since 2013. Paying any attention to it? F*** no! At least until this year. Anyways got serious about losing weight and getting in some sort of shape at the beginning of the year. I'm down almost 80 pounds since then with not much more to go to a normal BMI. Just wondering if anyone else in the community is doing it.

Plonk

#3 1 year ago

Yes, for three years.

#4 1 year ago
Quoted from MrBally:

Yes, for three years.

Are you having success with it? I didn't for a long time, then I found a weight loss reddit /r/loseit. I've lost a ton of weight since then.

#5 1 year ago

Used to. Too much trouble synching. Later, always "needing " gps.

I'm just back to getting lazy

#6 1 year ago

What's a Fitbit ?

John

#7 1 year ago
Quoted from RonSS:

Used to. Too much trouble synching. Later, always "needing " gps.
I'm just back to getting lazy

Dude sync that bitch! It's totally worth it. January 9th 2017 I was 284.4 pounds and feeling about as shitty as I ever felt in my life. I weighed in at 206.6 this morning. My journey isn't over, but I'm going in the right direction. I feel so much better now. Just do it....

#8 1 year ago

Used to and it was pretty good. But a couple of years back I got the first Apple Watch - loved it! Much better at tracking, great for swimming too now with series 2! I'm totally OCD about closing the rings everyday - last night I ended up jogging on spot and doing some pushups for 10 minutes to close out the activity ring!

#9 1 year ago
Quoted from Dayhuff:

What's a Fitbit ?

It's a device you wear on your wrist, like a watch, that tracks your steps, heart rate, and other health things.

Personally, I think they're a little obsolete already, since anyone with an Apple iPhone has the health app built in, and it's more feature rich. The health app tracks your steps, and the barometer is even sensitive to sense how many flights of steps you've traversed (by sensing the relative air pressure from the top of a flight to the bottom). And you can track calories, and all sorts of other stuff. Most people already have their phones in their pockets, so it's been quietly collecting health data behind the scenes. Pretty cool to check out the graphs it produces.

#10 1 year ago

The phone is really not an accurate comparison. I set my phone down all the time while I'm still moving. Is your phone measuring your heart rate?

#11 1 year ago
Quoted from mcluvin:

I set my phone down all the time while I'm still moving. Is your phone measuring your heart rate?

Yea, it's not measuring heart rates, but it's doing pretty much everything else. I take my phone literally everywhere. It's never not in my left pocket, so my need for a fitbit is pretty minimal. You can always snag an apple watch, and that'll measure heart rate, and be infinitely more feature rich and capable than a fitbit (but also significantly more expensive).

I'm not knocking the fitbit, but I just don't think it does enough to justify buying one and wearing it all the time (for me, anyway). At the end of the day, it's different strokes for different folks.

#12 1 year ago
Quoted from mbaumle:

Yea, it's not measuring heart rates, but it's doing pretty much everything else. I take my phone literally everywhere. It's never not in my left pocket, so my need for a fitbit is pretty minimal. You can always snag an apple watch, and that'll measure heart rate, and be infinitely more feature rich and capable than a fitbit (but also significantly more expensive).
I'm not knocking the fitbit, but I just don't think it does enough to justify buying one and wearing it all the time (for me, anyway). At the end of the day, it's different strokes for different folks.

It's cool. I've grown sort of addicted to checking my graphs every day and I got my Charge 2 fairly cheap.

#13 1 year ago

I got a fitbit charge 2 about 9 months ago when I was experiencing some health issues. I bought it because they advertised you could download your data and do statistics. I found that was a lie, you could not download raw data, only the useless canned reports on your data that they are willing to provide. There was a third part app that allowed you access your raw data, but fitbit had it shut down. On top of that, I found the heart rate data readings, the only thing I actually cared about, to be incredibly buggy. I can take it off and watch it calculate various heart rates from 50 bpm to 180 bpm with no pulse to base those on. As a result I have an unworn fitbit sitting in my drawer. Will not purchase again.

As a footnote, I did find the sleep statistics they provide a little bit interesting, but again they're not accurate enough to base any judgements on. But still interesting.

#14 1 year ago

I wore a Fitbit for years. I lost about thirty pounds and really began to focus on things like heart rate etc... but then it started to fall apart. I had a charge HR and the bracelet around the display began to peel away. I had it replaced using their warranty. The new one did the same thing in half the time as the last. This time I was offered a discount on a new model. I didn't really want a new model (I'm cheap lol. The thing cost like $150) so I just took it off. I'm just 35 and I lift four days a week so I'm not real worried about gaining the weight back.

I guess long story short Fitbit is great tool to help you get in shape. They just don't last forever lol.

#15 1 year ago

Wore it for a little while, got fed up with charging and syncing quickly. My phone does what I need, it tracks my steps and I use sports tracker app to keep log of running etc. works like a charm, I'm sure there are better solutions but this is all I need

#16 1 year ago

Started 3 years ago with jawbone 24. For weight loss and sleep monitoring. Was 6' 6" and 230 - bmi was basically overweight. Now 205lb - 210 and Bmi normal. No more snoring , blood pressure better and fit into all my pants ago - oh, still 6' 6"

Wearing fitbit Alta hr now

#17 1 year ago

I got one for xmas a couple years ago when I working with large format printers. It fell off unknown to me while working inside of one. crunch...

ended that

#18 1 year ago

You mean that wasn't an onion ring?

#19 1 year ago

Started with surge a few years ago which i loved -- really nice to go running without a need for phone and still connect to a gps for stats and route overlay. Lost it paddle boarding a year ago and got the newer one with color, but no built in gps. Better accuracy tracking than a phone imo-- and nice not to always have to have the phone.

This years resolution was to do 10k steps or more a day, every day. It hasn't been easy but so far I've done it.. even if it's doing laps at the airport or late night walks before bed. It's surprisingly hard to get it everyday -- takes an effort that you don't always feel like making.. actually quite often lol. I think I'm feeling better because of it though.. and the competition with others is fun on the leaderboards

#20 1 year ago

No, not interested I'm very regular at the heath club for decades. Went to a new doctor she couldn't believe heart rate is low 50's wanted.me to wear a
Monitor. Btw I'm in my 60's.

#21 1 year ago

I have worn a Fitbit HR Charge for a couple of years now. These days I mainly use it for the sleep tracking feature, and I pay a little attention to steps. I run 5 miles, 5-6 days a week. I use a Garmin ForeRunner to track all of my running data. If you end up running on a regular basis, I would highly recommend getting one. Provides more data than I thought was possible.

FWIW, I find that the heart rate measured by the fitbit to be approx 10% lower than readings from a Heart Rate strap, or pulse oximeter while I am running.

#22 1 year ago
Quoted from finman2000:

I have worn a Fitbit HR Charge for a couple of years now. These days I mainly use it for the sleep tracking feature, and I pay a little attention to steps. I run 5 miles, 5-6 days a week. I use a Garmin ForeRunner to track all of my running data. If you end up running on a regular basis, I would highly recommend getting one. Provides more data than I thought was possible.
FWIW, I find that the heart rate measured by the fitbit to be approx 10% lower than readings from a Heart Rate strap, or pulse oximeter while I am running.

The forerunners look sweet I will admit that! Interesting about the heart rate.. resting rate seems to be right on though

#23 1 year ago

A friend let me wear his one day while I worked. Gave it back to him that night. 22,000 steps, 8.9 miles walked and 2600 calories burned according to the fit bit. I just thought I was tired until I heard the stats...............

#24 1 year ago
Quoted from pinkid:

A friend let me wear his one day while I worked. Gave it back to him that night. 22,000 steps, 8.9 miles walked and 2600 calories burned according to the fit bit. I just thought I was tired until I heard the stats...............

What's your work? I wish mine was more active.. sitting at a desk many days or driving.. lucky to get 5 or 6k before I'm home from work

#25 1 year ago

Started with a Surge,had 2 straps break (got complete new replacement watches under warranty) so then switched to Tomtom spark which was ideal for me being fully waterproof as I swim a lot.

The Tomtom app is nowhere near as good as Fitbit's, so when the strap and charger both broke and replacements took ages to come I switched back to Fitbit.

Currently wear Alta HR which is a bit girly but works well, and Flex 2 for swimming.

Looking forward to a waterproof fitbit that also has HR so I don't have to keep switching.

#26 1 year ago

I asked this question to my ex-girlfriend and she said no, my bits are already fit.

#27 1 year ago

Got a Fitbit back in 2012 after my back surgery when the Dr told me to walk 2 miles a day. It really helped me out. Back then Fitbit was awesome. I washed mine twice, and the sent me replacements no questions asked. Then they went to the wrist-worn version. Then my phone started keeping track, so I stopped with the Fitbit. But I check my phone for steps, but I don't actively try to reach my goal. I need to though. Just wish they'd still make the Fitbit Ultra. It was their best one.

#28 1 year ago

The straps breaking was annoying.. huge improvement on the blaze with the super easy swap of straps. Bezel seems to somehow protect the large screen too.. at least so far

#29 1 year ago
Quoted from Mbecker:

Started with surge a few years ago which i loved -- really nice to go running without a need for phone and still connect to a gps for stats and route overlay. Lost it paddle boarding a year ago and got the newer one with color, but no built in gps. Better accuracy tracking than a phone imo-- and nice not to always have to have the phone.
This years resolution was to do 10k steps or more a day, every day. It hasn't been easy but so far I've done it.. even if it's doing laps at the airport or late night walks before bed. It's surprisingly hard to get it everyday -- takes an effort that you don't always feel like making.. actually quite often lol. I think I'm feeling better because of it though.. and the competition with others is fun on the leaderboards

When I started at the beginning of the year, it would kick my a** to get an extra couple thousand steps a day. My back would be killing me. It didn't take much weight loss to make the back pain go away and I got into a pretty good system of doing at least 10K a day. I know some would laugh at walking as exercise, but it makes a difference.

#30 1 year ago

Once my work started giving $600 a year for steps, health quizzes, etc I bought a fitbitHR.

Typical Chinese made junk was toast in about 4 months - they do offer free replacement in the first year. Now my 2nd one has worn out, bubbled on the band and wont sync. Replacement now is offered at 20% discount - F them I wont spend another penny on that crap

#31 1 year ago
Quoted from mcluvin:

When I started at the beginning of the year, it would kick my a** to get an extra couple thousand steps a day. My back would be killing me. It didn't take much weight loss to make the back pain go away and I got into a pretty good system of doing at least 10K a day. I know some would laugh at walking as exercise, but it makes a difference.

Walking is great exercise! When I moved to New Zealand from LA 12 years ago my feet were sore the first few weeks as I was walking and taking public transport instead of driving. I then started walking hills and that turned into running them but you have to start somewhere!

As to fitbit I have had two a charge HR which broke after about 10 months and now a charge 2. The 2 is about 7 months old and is getting a bit weird, not doing notifications and the HR function has always been crap except for resting. It shows 90 when I am more like 160. Whatever I get next is going to be more robust and not a fitbit.

#32 1 year ago
Quoted from boscokid:

Once my work started giving $600 a year for steps, health quizzes, etc I bought a fitbitHR.
Typical Chinese made junk was toast in about 4 months - they do offer free replacement in the first year. Now my 2nd one has worn out, bubbled on the band and wont sync. Replacement now is offered at 20% discount - F them I wont spend another penny on that crap

It is junk because that is how fitbit speced it not because it is made in China!

#33 1 year ago
Quoted from clg:

Walking is great exercise! When I moved to New Zealand from LA 12 years ago my feet were sore the first few weeks as I was walking and taking public transport instead of driving. I then started walking hills and that turned into running them but you have to start somewhere!

When we were in Europe a couple months ago we'd do 15K to 30K steps a day. In the cities at least, I did not see many overweight folks. I burn roughly 500 to 1K extra calories each day from the walking. That's 1 or 2 meals for me.

#34 1 year ago
Quoted from mcluvin:

When I started at the beginning of the year, it would kick my a** to get an extra couple thousand steps a day. My back would be killing me. It didn't take much weight loss to make the back pain go away and I got into a pretty good system of doing at least 10K a day. I know some would laugh at walking as exercise, but it makes a difference.

Nice!! Yeah walking is great for you. It doesn't hit cardio unless you're really chugging but at least you're getting exercise! And it's pretty pleaseant. We've got s dog so she always enjoys it

#35 1 year ago
Quoted from Mbecker:

Nice!! Yeah walking is great for you. It doesn't hit cardio unless you're really chugging but at least you're getting exercise! And it's pretty pleaseant. We've got s dog so she always enjoys it

I try to walk at a fast pace when possible, but yeah, I rarely get in the cardio zone. I do get in the fat burn zone though and that's my primary goal. I'm eating ~1500 calories most days which is about as low as it's suggested to go. It's a fine line between feeling like crap and feeling good. So far it's working out well though. By far the best success I've ever had with losing weight.

#36 1 year ago

Work bought them for us and spouse, and if we average 7,000 steps over four months we get $400. After that the leech comes off.

#37 1 year ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

Work bought them for us and spouse, and if we average 7,000 steps over four months we get $400. After that the leech comes off.

7K steps is nothing, but truthfully on a sedentary day I'd probably get 3k-4k steps. It's at least better than that. It is such an eye opener though that most of my health issues over the last 17 or so years are really because I was f'n fat. You couldn't tell me I just needed to lose some weight. I had to realize it like a punch to the face. Anyways I'm 5 pounds away from being under 200 as of this morning and amazed I'm at this point only 7 months from what I consider a very low point in my life. I don't think it was the heaviest I've ever been, but it was damn close.

It's so easy. A pound of fat is ~3500 calories. Learn what you burn in a day and eat at a calorie deficit. If I burn 3K calories a day and eat 1500, I'll lose a pound every 2+ days. It has pretty much worked out to be true. You don't have to eat crap either. You just have to keep track of the calories.

#38 1 year ago

1.5 years ago I was 285 pounds. Severely obese they called me...I went through the HCG program twice and lost over 40 pounds. The HCG program is intense with injections and a super low calorie diet (500 calories). Great thing is that I was really never hungry and lost 20-30 pounds each time I. 30 days.

As a type 1 diabetic since I was a kid I was always active and at good weight until I got older and my sedentary life and bad eating took over.

After the HCG program you have to add exercise and continue to watch what u eat or it all comes back. I found my Fitbit to really assist in tracking those goals. It's strange to walk around the house at 11pm at night to get the final green light for the day... but it works. It's motivating and I have kept the weight off.

I picked my charge HR up for $50. Would love to try the charge 2 but can't justify the $150 price tag when this one seems to do it all (except swimming which I rarely do anyways)-

Shit I am 209 steps short and lying in bed.. gotta walk lol!!

#39 1 year ago

I need to get something like a Fitbit. I'd like something that is accurate with HR. Not sure what's out there. Apple Watch is out as my iPhone is a work phone. My personal phone isn't an iPhone.

I've started recording what I eat everyday so I can see how quickly there calories add up. My diet is awful.

Anyway, I need to make changes. I'm 5'9", 240 pounds and this is the most I've ever weighed. I'm disgusted with myself but I just can't get myself to make the necessary changes like quit drinking pop. The calorie counting should help me here because while I knew pop was bad, I didn't realize how many calories I added a day just from pop. Well over 1000. Ugh.

#40 1 year ago
Quoted from Geocab:

I need to get something like a Fitbit. I'd like something that is accurate with HR. Not sure what's out there. Apple Watch is out as my iPhone is a work phone. My personal phone isn't an iPhone.
I've started recording what I eat everyday so I can see how quickly there calories add up. My diet is awful.
Anyway, I need to make changes. I'm 5'9", 240 pounds and this is the most I've ever weighed. I'm disgusted with myself but I just can't get myself to make the necessary changes like quit drinking pop. The calorie counting should help me here because while I knew pop was bad, I didn't realize how many calories I added a day just from pop. Well over 1000. Ugh.

My Fitbit charge HR is an older model but he heart rate is bang on with my strap on my elliptical. I picked up a used Fitbit as so many people buy them and sell them without using. Also for the food tracking and calories, etc I would check out my net diary on iPhone. Great app and the free version is likely all you need to get tracking.

#41 1 year ago
Quoted from Geocab:

I need to get something like a Fitbit. I'd like something that is accurate with HR. Not sure what's out there. Apple Watch is out as my iPhone is a work phone. My personal phone isn't an iPhone.
I've started recording what I eat everyday so I can see how quickly there calories add up. My diet is awful.
Anyway, I need to make changes. I'm 5'9", 240 pounds and this is the most I've ever weighed. I'm disgusted with myself but I just can't get myself to make the necessary changes like quit drinking pop. The calorie counting should help me here because while I knew pop was bad, I didn't realize how many calories I added a day just from pop. Well over 1000. Ugh.

Yeah, you really need to find a way to quit drinking pop. At least, switch to diet. It is a bit difficult to switch at first, because it doesn't taste as good. No doubt about that. As far as accurate HR in a watch, nothing is perfect. The technology just ins't there yet. Fitbit does a decent job at a reasonable price point. Take a look at a HR Charge, or Surge.

#42 1 year ago
Quoted from pinchamp:

I picked my charge HR up for $50. Would love to try the charge 2 but can't justify the $150 price tag when this one seems to do it all (except swimming which I rarely do anyways)-
Shit I am 209 steps short and lying in bed.. gotta walk lol!!

I just spent the last hour knocking out 4K steps on the kitchen to dining room to tv room circuit. I know I look like an idiot doing it, but nobody is watching, and we are certainly not the only ones. Our local cell phone carriers have been blowing out certain fitbits. I got my charge 2 for ~$75 at T-Mobile. AT&T recently had them or a little over $50. I upgraded from a fitbit one and really like the HR monitor.

#43 1 year ago
Quoted from Geocab:

I need to get something like a Fitbit. I'd like something that is accurate with HR. Not sure what's out there. Apple Watch is out as my iPhone is a work phone. My personal phone isn't an iPhone.
I've started recording what I eat everyday so I can see how quickly there calories add up. My diet is awful.
Anyway, I need to make changes. I'm 5'9", 240 pounds and this is the most I've ever weighed. I'm disgusted with myself but I just can't get myself to make the necessary changes like quit drinking pop. The calorie counting should help me here because while I knew pop was bad, I didn't realize how many calories I added a day just from pop. Well over 1000. Ugh.

If it makes you feel any better, I'm 5'11" and I set my first goal as 235 pounds because that was the last time I felt "normal". I hit that target in ~3 months. It is math, discipline, and motivation. Sort that out and you are going to lose weight. I encourage anyone trying to lose weight to subscribe to r/loseit on reddit. It made such a difference for me. Good luck!

#44 1 year ago

I'm now wearing the same pants size as I did in high school (34). At my worst I was wearing 44, but generally stayed in a tight 42. 8 months ago size 42 pants barely fit me. It feels so surreal, but in the best of ways!

#45 1 year ago

Does putting the Fitbit on your kids wrists while they run around the backyard count. Maybe this should be for the Confessional thread, but I did that today.

#46 1 year ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

Does putting the Fitbit on your kids wrists while they run around the backyard count. Maybe this should be for the Confessional thread, but I did that today.

You should at least get a few points for creativity

#47 1 year ago

Mcluvin, congratz on your weight loss!

What kind of thing went away after say 10lbs of weight loss? Snoring, back pain, high blood pressure, etc?

Im just starting out. And at 6 weeks in up a few pounds. 228lbs. 23% body fat. Lifting 5 days weeks. 40 years old and 6'3. Id like to be at 200lbs. My diet has only changed with alot more protein.

And does intermittent fasting work?

#48 1 year ago

To lose weight get rid of the carbs x1000.

I have recently gone to a paelo diet and am dropping weight like crazy. I am eating almost no carbs just what I get in vegetables and I have 2 pieces of fruit a day. I eat heaps of veg (not starchy ones though) and 100g of protein at each meal. Nuts for snacks and only a little red wine, no more beer I have always run but have picked it up a bit lately mostly because I feel so good. The transition was hard at first when I went into ketosis (google ketosis flu) but I feel great now and am not at all hungry.

I'm 6'4 and was just over 200 lbs when I started about 2.5 weeks ago. I have dropped 10 lbs and the loss accelerated as I ate less carbs. I will be at 175-180 in about 2 weeks at this pace and I don't want to go lower than that.

My problem is what to do when I get to my target, I am in an almost 2k calorie deficit per day right now but am not really hungry so I need to figure out what to eat. I will eat some carbs but not like I used to. I ate way too much pasta and noodles before!

Good luck you can do it!

#49 1 year ago
Quoted from PiperPinball:

Mcluvin, congratz on your weight loss!
What kind of thing went away after say 10lbs of weight loss? Snoring, back pain, high blood pressure, etc?
Im just starting out. And at 6 weeks in up a few pounds. 228lbs. 23% body fat. Lifting 5 days weeks. 40 years old and 6'3. Id like to be at 200lbs. My diet has only changed with alot more protein.
And does intermittent fasting work?

Thank you! The back pain went away pretty quickly. I want to say that was within the first 20 pounds which took ~3 weeks to lose.

I had stage 2 high blood pressure and was definitely a snorer. I was a mess for sure. I'd wake up with my heart pounding. I probably should have been on a CPAP. Blood pressure is now mildly pre-hypertensive so I take a half dose of my medication. I hope to be off of it when I hit my target.

We're roughly the same BMI, but you have 6% more lean mass than me. I'm sure you are in much better shape. That's really good you are tracking body fat. Sometimes when the scale isn't moving so fast, I can still see improvement with body fat %.

I don't really do IF, but I know it works for some. I maintain a fairly extreme calorie deficit. If I try to skip a meal, I usually feel like shi*. I do get away with a light breakfast, not always, but when I feel like I can do it.

Something that I think has made a difference is I sort of treat it like a hobby now. I visit r/loseit every day. There's good info, support when you need it, and new success stories to keep you motivated. It really made a difference for me.

Good luck!

#50 1 year ago
Quoted from clg:

To lose weight get rid of the carbs x1000.

Yeah, same here. I'm not really doing Paleo, but very little bread and dairy consumed here. Some milk in my coffee and usually a Greek Yogurt for breakfast is about it for me, though I do occasionally have some Halo Top or Breyer's No Sugar Added ice cream. When I want bread, it's the 45 calorie slices, and that's rare. I do usually have a breakfast biscuit on the weekends, but I make it fit the calorie budget.

Beer is a rare treat. I like the good stuff in quantity and I just can't make it work on a regular basis. Been sitting on a 12 pack of Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest for the last couple weeks. I want to drink it, but I don't really want to drink just one. It just totally f's with the diet. I weigh daily and can look at past months and tell you where I drank beer just from the graphs. And not that I actually gained 4 pounds from having 6 200 calorie beers the night before, but seeing that water weight f's with your motivation, at least for me.

I have had good luck with vodka + Diet 7-Up. Didn't really think I would, but it works. Not every day, but I keep it to weekends and I'm still losing.

I'm not too worried about reaching my target and doing maintenance. As long as you aren't anorexic, it's a good problem to have

Good luck!

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