A helpful device for female executives, this piece of jewelry is a health tracker. Syncing with an app on your smart phone, this device will give female executives insight to their overall state of wellness.
Motion sensors help create an overall picture of daily life, from exercise and sleep to menstrual cycles and stress patterns. Vibrations created by the tracker can act as reminders to get female executives moving or to meditate.
Functional as a broach, necklace, or bracelet and available in stainless steel, silver, and rose gold.
Works with Android and iOS devices
Battery life is about 6 months.
Encourages more or less activity based on the executive’s needs
Tracks stress levels and menstrual cycles for patterns
Provides details about sleep patterns and sleep quality
Maintains records related to physical activity and fitness, including steps taken and calories burned
Information is collected in one location and can be tracked using the corresponding app, making it easier to learn where your life needs improvement.
Inconspicuously designed as jewelry, this tracker blends into an executive’s work attire.
The tracker is made with a mix of sustainable materials and wooden composites.
The American Journal of Preventative Medicine published a study about the impact of fitness trackers on women’s fitness habits. Participants were divided into two groups- half with pedometers and half with fitness trackers. The goal was to increase their exercise time and average steps per day. Neither group fully reached their goal. However, those that used health tracking devices almost doubled their active minutes, adding 38 minutes of activity, while those with pedometers did not experience a notable difference.
According to recent studies, Fitness/health tracking devices are designed for optimal information tracking when they are worn at waist level.
The application associated with the tracker needs to be updated frequently for the most accurate results.
The stress tracker is not a highly scientific part of the device, as it uses various patterns overtime to determine possible stress levels. Spire mindfulness and activity tracker, by Spare, is better for stress tracking.