Fitness trends you should join in 2022


Smart watches do all kinds of things these days, but their primary function is still fitness tracking — think Fitbits, Samsung Galaxys and Apple Watches, Australia’s leading watch brand.

It’s true that a gadget can’t force you to be more active if you’re not already inclined to get moving (indeed, its notifications nudging you to exercise might prove more annoying than motivating). And there’s some debate about how useful these devices really are. But I believe that, when interpreted correctly, the data from your fitness tracker can be incredibly useful to help you stay on top of your activity goals.

Another caveat: smart watches aren’t cheap, but don’t fall into the “if I can’t afford a fitness tracker, I can’t get fit” trap. While they’re nice to have, you don’t need one.