We all know the Apple Watch, Fitbit and other fitness trackers that sit on the wrist, but there are alternatives that help you get fit in a less obvious way. Most are not well known and I am not recommending… Read More ›
This is the first systematic review and meta-analysis of physical activity RCTs testing mobile apps or activity trackers that enable automated and continuous self-monitoring and feedback, in adults without chronic disease. Our findings suggest that interventions using apps or trackers… Read More ›
I would like to see something like the above come from Apple, but it won’t happen while the Apple Watch is so popular.